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Dilworth

Dilworth 2018-02-23T20:56:48+00:00

Dilworth is one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods.

Originally created as Charlotte’s first street-car suburb, Dilworth is designated as historic, with many homes on the National Registry. Most homes were built from the 1900s to the 1930s and are filled with fascinating architectural details and great history. The wide tree-lined streets and neighborly attitude add to the charm. Dilworth can claim two great parks: Latta Park, in the center of the neighborhood, features a playground, water park and theatre & Freedom Park, a 98 acre “Central Park” which is ideal for picnics, rollerblading, or partaking in any of its yearly festivals.  Residents enjoy strolling through the neighborhood, running on the sidewalks and the easy walk to restaurants and shops on the popular East Boulevard. Additionally, the proximity to uptown and the light rail make this neighborhood very convenient.

604 Ideal Way
$975,000   Active
Subdivision: Dilworth

To-Be-Built:One-of-a-kind sophisticated, modern 2-story home in the vibrant, walkable Dilworth/Southend Community. Open floorpan for indoor/outdoor flow, with downstairs deck for entertaining, as well as a second private deck off of the upstairs master. To feature gleaming hardwoods throughout, inviting wood burning fireplace, 3 bed/2.5 bath with an abundance of both style and natural light. Finished product to feature, G-Energy star appliances, wet bar with wine refrigerator, Chef's kitchen with Wolf 6 Burner Stove, Subzero refrigerator, beautifully appointed finishes and more! Expansive master suite with large walk in closet ready for customization, elegant master bath with soaking tub and roll-in shower.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3425917
Price: $975,000
Square Footage: 3200
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.1
Acreage: 0.17
Year Built: 1942
Type: 2 Story
Listing courtesy of: Keller Williams South Park

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