Best Neighborhoods To Live in in Southeast Charlotte

Charlotte continues to be at the top of Forbes Magazine’s ‘Fastest Growing Cities in the U.S.’ list. As with any city experiencing explosive growth, development must spread outwards.  Once pastoral farmland used for growing cotton and raising cattle, Southeast Charlotte is now one of two of the city’s districts that provides the bulk of revenue to the city in both property tax and business revenue.  Southeast Charlotte is home to two of Charlotte’s largest business centers outside of Center City (Southpark and Ballantyne Corporate Park),  where four of five of Charlotte’s largest private schools are also located. It is the hub of young professional family living.  You’ll also find three of Charlotte’s largest YMCA branches in Southeast Charlotte. It is impossible to head out to run an errand on a weekend and not see children playing soccer, baseball, lacrosse, t-ball or dance gear with their busy families.  Thanks to a combination of visionary developers, builders and strong zoning regulations, you’ll find beautiful tree-lined major thoroughfares and artfully landscaped cul-de-sac neighborhoods centered around private swim and tennis clubs like Foxcroft, Barclay Downs, Mountainbrook and Providence Plantation. Interspersed are well-planned mixed use developments like Morrison, Ballantyne Corporate Park and Blakeney. If  living in a golf community is your pleasure, then visit Piper Glen, Ballantyne Country Club, Cedarwood Country Club or Raintree. There is everything from posh multi million-dollar homes in gated communities like SouthPark’s Morrocroft and Seven Eagles to small townhouse developments like Louisburg Square next to Whole Foods in Southpark. With many more homes and retail centers in the development stages, Southeast Charlotte has access to an urban center.  RETURN TO SOUTHEAST CHARLOTTE NEIGHBORHOOD HOMES FOR SALE SEARCH