Whew…it is heating up out there. Do you know what’s hotter than a May day in the Carolinas? These six neighborhoods in SouthPark. There’s more to beautiful SouthPark than upscale shopping, amazing dining opportunities and lots of growth. These six neighborhood beauties are tucked in amongst large trees on big lots. We won’t keep you waiting any longer. Savvy + Co. Real Estate surfers put these top six SouthPark neighborhoods on their list and so should you.


This hilly pocket has many lots that will remind you of a vacation in the mountains.  You also might recognize some of the streets from the TV series “Homeland.”  These homes are mostly ranches and split-levels built in the 1960s and early 1970s. Mountainbrook offers a neighborhood swim club with tennis courts but the HOA is voluntary and club membership is optional.
**Average Sales Price in April: $496,910 (Up 12.6%)


Fairmeadows is a hidden gem that gets high marks for affordability. This choice neighborhood comes complete with access to its own Swim Club. Many of the lots are near half an acre constructed in the 1950s and 1960s. Beautifully remodeled ranches, split-levels, and two-story homes can go for over $400,000.
Average Sales Price in April: $404,250 (Up 8.1%)

Beverly Woods

With the beautiful Harris YMCA nearby, it’s like having your own health club a stone’s throw away. Beverly Woods is perfectly located right near SouthPark Mall, but away from the hustle and bustle of shoppers’ traffic.  Primarily built in 1960s with low pitched roofs and light mid-century modern flare, or traditional style there are many beautiful split-levels and ranches that have been lovingly remodeled.
Average Sales Price in April: $381,235 (Up 10.6%)

Sharon Woods


With mostly two-story and ranch homes built in the 1970s, Sharon Woods is in high demand for its prime location and larger beautiful homes. If you are looking for a wonderful neighborhood with lots nearing half an acre snatch up one of these homes in Sharon Woods if you get the chance -– it’s not too often homes go on the market.
Average Sales Price in April: $611,100 (Down -11.4%)

Barclay Downs

As one of Charlotte’s most sought-after neighborhoods, Barclay Downs boasts an excellent location on the Myers Park side of SouthPark. These homes were mostly built in the 1950s and 1960s and their solid construction has been improved by smart remodeling and renovation upgrades. The area now has restaurants and stores just a few minutes walk from most of the houses, giving this neighborhood a high walkability score.
Average Sales Price in April:$618,015 (Up 9.0%)


In Foxcroft you will find some of Charlotte’s most beautiful homes. Nestled between Eastover and SouthPark, Foxcroft was where the heirs of “old money” moved in the 1960s. Lots are large – on average over a half acre – and the houses consist mostly of classic ranches and two stories. You can still find it all in Foxcroft – a beautifully remodeled ranch from the 1950s, a classic tri-level, or solidly built new-construction with all the bells and whistles.
Average Sales Price in April: $1,123,893 (Down -10.1%)

**Source: Statistical Analysis Module, CMLS, 2017

Well there you have the six hottest neighborhoods in SouthPark. Take some time to drive through these beautiful places, wave at the neighbors and call Savvy + Co. Real Estate when you’ve found the perfect place to call home.