Dilworth

Since its inception in the 1890′s, Dilworth has been one of Charlotte’s most distinct neighborhoods. Developed as the city’s first suburb, Dilworth was connected to downtown by Charlotte’s first electric streetcar. The success of the initial development of Dilworth led its creator, Edward Dilworth Latta, to expand the neighborhood in the 1910′s, under a plan by the Olmstead Brothers, then the nation’s preeminent landscape designers.

Although their plan was never fully implemented, the Olmstead’s curved roads and dramatic landscaping set the tone for much of Charlotte’s future character. In 1987, Dilworth was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

2219 Sarah Marks Avenue
$975,000   Active
Subdivision: Dilworth

Historic Dilworth bungalow classic cedar and stone exterior-4 BR 3 FBA beautifully renovated and expanded 2004 retaining character. First floor has 9" ceilings and natural flow, living room features shelving crafted from original beams, wide center hallway is gracious with built in storage, bedroom with full bath, formal dining room w/gas fireplace, galley kitchen with island, custom shaker cabinetry, Pyrolave countertop, high end SS appliances, family room with wood-burning fireplace, built-in cabinetry and seating overlooking stone patio and screened porch. Staircase with landing has stained glass window leading to master bedroom ensuite with balcony and sitting room or office, hallway leads you to additional bedrooms and full bath, laundry on second level. Classic home with mature landscape and unique garden shed. See addendum for unique landscape plants native to NC. Roof, electrical, plumbing 2004, HVAC units 2012 & 2015, water heater 2017.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3597515
Price: $975,000
Square Footage: 2956
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Acreage: 0.15
Year Built: 1928
Type: Single Family Residence
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Listing courtesy of: Carver Pressley, REALTORS

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