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The neighborhood of South End is actually the Historic South End, named so because it’s the first neighborhood situated immediately south of Uptown. This quaint neighborhood can trace its beginning back to the 1850s when the first railroad line connected the Queen City to Charleston and Columbia, South Carolina. As was the case with most railroad lines in those days, it attracted industries to the area and, over time, the Historic South End became a thriving manufacturing community. In those days, this area was centered around the textile industry, which was booming at that point. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, production declined. In the 1990s, the area became revived with the establishment of shops, restaurants, and design-related companies which took over the old empty textile mills and warehouses. Today the South End is well-known for its nicely renovated factories, trendy retail shops, as well as for it high-end commercial and residential structures.

From thrilling theme parks to majestic mountain ranges, after you purchased a home in South End, you will quickly understand why Charlotte, North Carolina, is the third fastest growing city in the United States. Comprised of sixteen counties, the Charlotte metropolitan area is full of things to do and see. No matter what your age, ethnicity, social background, or marital status; whether you’re a single person moving here for a new job, a young couple looking to build a family, an established family looking to relocate, or a mature adult looking for ease of living, this place has it all. Recreational venues abound, including destination like Dr. Charles L. Sifford Golf Course located at 1225 Remount Road. In addition to that, you have Harry L. Jones Sr. Golf Course located at 1525 W. Tyvola Drive. These are only a few of the numerous golf courses in the region. Additionally, you can take the family to thrilling places such as Sea Life Charlotte-Concord located at 8111 Concord Mills Boulevard in Concord. Sea Life Charlotte-Concord is home to thousands of species from around the world, including the Great Pacific Octopus, Clown Trigger Fish, Clownfish, Cowfish, Blue Tang Fish, and more. The area also boasts top-notch opportunities for shopping and dining, which is why so many homebuyers choose a Charlotte neighborhood as their new home.

South End is a peaceful urban neighborhood full of trees and spacious yards, which feature single-story, two-story, and split-level single-family home, most of which are Ranch or craftsman models. These South End properties usually have a long list of fantastic amenities such as expansive floor plans, cathedral ceilings, granite countertops, swimming pools, and more. Adding to the appeal of the neighborhood, South End is only fifteen minutes away from downtown and CLT Airport, which provides residents with a great deal of convenience. Real estate for sale in the Charlotte area sells fast, so if you would like to learn more about homes for sale in Charlotte's South End, please contact us so we may assist you.

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