Dilworth is a neighborhood in Charlotte, NC, and was originally Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb. The population is just under 10,000 and offers its residents an urban environment. Dilworth was established 250 acres southwest of the original city limits in the 1890’s by Edward Dilworth Latta. A majority of the neighborhood is featured on the National Register of Historic Places as the Dilworth Historic District. The neighborhood of Dilworth starts east of South Boulevard until the edge of Freedom Park and continues north to Morehead Street and south to Ideal Way. Dilworth is approximately 10 minutes from Madison Park and Selwyn Park.
Living in Dilworth
Dilworth is voted the #2 Best Neighborhoods to live in Charlotte by niche.com. Dilworth is ranked as the second most walkable neighborhood, offering its residents and visitors safe and convenient access to some of Charlotte’s best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and retail stores. The sidewalks feature mature oak trees and snug porches and patios, truly encompassing the urban-suburban feel. The tree-lined streets are primarily characterized by bungalow style homes, but also have the occasional Queen Anne style, some larger, two-story Colonial Revivals, and modern luxury apartments.
Public Schools in Dilworth
Dilworth is home to several highly-rated public schools. The top public schools serving Dilworth, NC include Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy, Lake Norman Charter School, Myers Park High School, Charlotte Engineering Early College, and Charlotte Lab School.
With some of the best schools in North Carolina, Dilworth was named among the best neighborhoods to live in Charlotte and one of the best neighborhoods to raise a family in Charlotte by niche.com.
Things to Do
Kenilworth Commons and Park Square are home to retail plazas that have specialty food and clothing shops, as well as interior design stores and small boutiques that dot the area. Freedom Park is known for its lake and walking trails, as well as the Discovery Place Nature museum nearby. Dilworth is filled with antique charm, with streets lined with a variety of restaurants, boutiques, wine bars, and coffee shops. As one of Charlotte’s most walkable places, Dilworth offers a generous amount of things to do including:
- Dilworth Tasting Room
- Freedom Park
- Foxcroft Wine Co. Dilworth
- 300 East
- Discovery Place Nature
- NASCAR Hall of Fame
- Atherton Mill and Market
- Latta Park
- Carowinds Theme Park
- The Mint Museum
Facial Plastic Surgeon in Dilworth
Beverly Hills-trained double-board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Jonathan Kulbersh, provides a level of expertise not found anywhere else in Charlotte. He uses the most advanced techniques for all aesthetic and reconstructive conditions of the face, eyes, and neck, producing the best results while minimizing downtime.
He has won the 2019, 2020, and 2021 BOB award for Charlotte’s Best Facial Plastic Surgeon and Top Doctor in Plastic Surgery by Charlotte Magazine in 2019 and 2020.
- Dermal Fillers
- Chin Augmentation
- Laser Treatments
- Aesthetician Treatments
Schedule a Consultation with a Plastic Surgeon in Dilworth
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