Cotswold neighborhood is a popular blend of both 50’s and 60’s quality built ranches – many expertly enlarged and upgraded by some of Charlotte’s finest contractors – and boasts beautiful new homes built to the highest standards.
Talking about newer built Cotswold homes, the statistics are that in the heart of Cotswold, the average sales price of homes built since 2005 is $852,700 featuring on average nearly 4200 sq ft.
Part of the charm of Cotswold is the unique variety of homes styles found on every street. Nothing cookie-cutter here! Rather, each home reflects the evolution of trends and custom design, which make this neighborhood a joy to cruise through slowly. Generations of families have loved living in Cotswold, and still do! Although Cotswold is considered by long-time Charlotteans as Old Charlotte, the renovated, upgraded, and new homes that predominate offer the best of both!
Custom builder Kelly McArdle Construction has a strong presence in Cotswold, both remodeling and new construction. They are happy to provide past client testimonials from in-neighborhood owners.
Location is always an important factor, and Cotswold neighborhood is extremely well located. Driving times to Uptown Center-City are quick and easy. So is access to South Park Mall. Even closer, neighbors can walk to Cotswold Village Shops. One of Charlotte’s earliest suburban malls, it contains a wonderful variety of stores, restaurants and services. For example this Cotswold Marshalls store is known for its offerings of higher end clothing lines and funky gifts. And the wine and beer section within Harris Teeter is exceptional!
In addition to close proximity to excellent private schools, the public schools zoned for Cotswold include top performers.
Middle School: Alexander Graham Middle
High School: Myers Park High
Information written by Curt Seifart, Broker with the Helen Adams Realty Randolph location. You can learn more about Curt here.