SouthPark| Charlotte, NC

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SouthPark | Charlotte, NC 

SouthPark is known as Charlotte’s most upscale shopping district. This community plays host to high-end eateries, watering holes, ample boutiques boasting the latest trends, massive homes with perfectly manicured lawns and luxury apartments with amenities galore. 

Centered around the bustling SouthPark Mall, this community has an unbeatable location.  SouthPark is just 6 miles south of uptown Charlotte making it super convenient for your commute to work, dining, shopping, entertainment and recreation.  


SouthPark has an array of housing options avaliable, from gated communities with breathtaking estates, luxury apartments and chic townhomes.  You will also find smaller residential neighborhoods to choose from

Explore what life’s like in South Park:

1. History

2. Location 

3. SouthPark Lifestyle

4. Things To Do in SouthPark

5. Real Estate Statistics 

6. SouthPark Real Estate

SouthPark Real Estate

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1. History

The Southpark area | South Charlotte NC was once a thriving 3,000 acre dairy farm, owned by NC Governor Cameron Morrison. The family home was the incredible Morrocroft Manor, a 14,000 square foot Tudor Revival home built in the 1920’s.  Designed by renowned architect Harrie T. Lindeberg, the home still sits on its original site, although it is no longer owned by the Morrison family. Morrocroft Manor was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. This beautiful residence, surrounded by 16 lush acres, has been completely renovated by its current owner. When South Park opened in 1970, it was a T-shaped mall with Charlotte standards Ivey’s and Belk facing each other divided by the a long hallway with a fountain court in the center. The morphing of South Park into North Carolina’s top mall came slowly and took decades. 


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2. Location

The SouthPark area is nestled in the heart of South Charlotte NC and is centered around the SouthPark Mall. One of the biggest draws to the SouthPark area is the location.

Just 6 miles from Uptown Charlotte, the SouthPark area is a popular area to buy a home because of its convenience and proximity to work, shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation. SouthPark is also only 20-25 minutes from the Charlotte International Airport.

Homes for sale in the SouthPark area extend to Providence Road (to the East) and Park Road (to the West).


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3. SouthPark Lifestyle

SouthPark is a sophisticated residential and business district. The area’s many upscale bars attract young professionals.

This community is centered around SouthPark Mall, which is the largest mall in the Carolinas. SouthPark mall has a ton of great luxury stores such as Neiman Marcus, Tiffany’s, Nordstrom, Coach, Burberry & Louis Vitton.

Take a stroll through SouthPark, and you’ll find fine wine and cheese shops, high-end fitness studios, and high-end beauty services. It doesn’t get much more luxurious than Charlotte’s SouthPark neighborhood if you’re looking for a polished and inviting atmosphere.

Home to the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Summer Pops series each June, Symphony Park is the perfect place to go relax and enjoy some music. However, the park is also host to several other outdoor festivals and various music groups.

SouthPark upscale shopping extends far beyond the SouthPark Mall! Specialty Shops SouthPark offers a sophisticated and refined upscale shopping experience at privately owned boutiques, national retailers, and acclaimed restaurants. Shops at boutiques like ivy & leo, Scout & Molly’s, or Sharon Luggage.

4. Things to do in SouthPark

Cafe Monte French Bakery & Bistro– They are known for their high quality French fare, all of which are prepared to order. Here you can find delicious specialties like smoked ham, egg crepes, hot beignets, and steak and eggs served with a croissant.

Legion Brewing SouthPark- The neighborhood’s first brewery, Legion Brewing, is a great place for lunch and dinner. Charlotte beer drinkers have an insatiable thirst for their signature Juicy Jay IPA.

The Cowfish – The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar is where a kaleidoscope of ingredients comes together. Whether you enjoy sushi or burgers or the combination of the two, The Cowfish is the place for you.

Steak 48Steak–  Steak 48 is a modern twist on the classic American steakhouse. They offer a variety of delicious Prime Certified Angus Beef selections, and mouth watering entrees that celebrate the South. This is my wife’s favorite steakhouse! 🙂

The LoopThe Loop is a three mile urban trail that creates and connects great places in the SouthPark area. The Loop will accommodate bicycles, pedestrians, creating a healthy, vibrant and convenient activity center. 

Dogwood Dogwood is the epitome of a Southern table, meaning they celebrate Southern hospitality. They serve Southern eats made with local ingredients. 

Morrison Library SouthPark is also home to a newly renovated Morrison Library. This multistory library has rocking chairs on its patio and a light-filled second level for you to do research or enjoy reading your latest book.


5. Real Estate Statistics

Average Price: $879,672
Highest Price: $7.2M
Avg.Price/Sqft: $299.20
Lowest Price: $150,000
Total Sold Listings (past Year): 699
Total Single Family Homes Sold: 440
Total Condo / Townhomes Sold: 250


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6. SouthPark NC Real Estate

Even though SouthPark is named after the mall, there are many young people and families living here. Homeowners enjoy a combination of urban and suburban living. You’ll find massive homes with manicured lawns, luxury apartments, and chic townhomes. Within this Charlotte neighborhood, you’ll find smaller residential neighborhoods to choose from. 

Many of SouthPark’s communities are older and were built in the 1970s and 1980s. The community has larger lots with mature trees and walkways. New estates, mixed-use shopping, and residential areas are being built in the neighborhood. There are plenty of property options in  SouthPark as well. From single-family homes to modern townhouses to the luxury mansions of Pellyn Grove as well. South Charlotte is also home to some of the best schools, hospitals, and medical facilities.

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Leave the brightness and bustle of Southpark Mall and drive a stone’s throw down Sharonview Road, and suddenly you feel like you’ve been teleported to the Smokies.

Due to a convergence of ancient stream beds, the landscape in this area is much hillier than the rest of Charlotte, with sweeping wooded hillside views, cozy valleys and trickling streams.

When you reach the entrance to Mountainbrook, you know you’ve come to a special place. With its curving, meandering streets, the neighborhood is designed in harmony with the unusual geography. And the setting obviously inspired local architects, because around every bend is a one-of-a-kind home, including a number of mid-century modern gems.

Mountainbrook’s lots are large and wooded, tending to be about a half acre. Many have steep slopes. Traditional flat, grassy yards are rare in the neighborhood. The trade off for the lack of level yard space are the beautiful wooded views seen from almost every home. You won’t hear any Mountainbrook families complaining about their hilly yards, because for outdoor fun they head to the Mountainbrook Club, a true old fashioned neighborhood club with a large pool, tennis courts and other amenities.


Foxcroft, one of the most beautiful communities in Charlotte NC, is truly a one-of-a-kind neighborhood.  As it has been for years, Foxcroft is one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods where homes are surrounded with mature trees and gorgeous landscaping. The Crepe Myrtle trees canopy the driveways and streets throughout the neighborhood in the summer. The old oaks just seem to envelope you as you drive through the lush, green community.

The Foxcroft Homeowners Association is “dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the quality of life for our Foxcroft residents.” The FOHA has maintained the highly sought after community including two recent collaborative efforts for the Neighborhood Community Water Fountains and the Susan Phelps Memorial Garden.

FHOA has teamed with Foxcroft Swim and Racquet Club to complete another project establishing the Susan Phelps Memorial Garden, and the preservation and enhancement of the neighborhood permanent wooden benches and garden near the tennis courts. Foxcroft Hills, in the heart of the Foxcroft neighborhood, is situated on 13 private acres and is one of Charlotte’s oldest and most active clubs.


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If you’re new to the area or thinking about moving here, were happy to show you what makes it home.