After the Civil War, Biddleville grew on the outskirts of uptown, and for the most part it escaped being bulldozed in the name of urban development over the years. Just a mile west of uptown and I-77, this is another one of the hidden gems of Charlotte’s neighborhoods.
Biddleville is home to Johnson C. Smith University, which was once known as Biddle University. It’s a charming neighborhood filled with historical bungalow homes on wide lots along narrow, winding streets. Homes range from intimate and cozy to larger multi-bedroom layouts.
With its proximity to uptown, Biddleville offers the promise of a great social life. But with the layout of the lots in the neighborhood, the best of suburbia is at your fingertips, too.
Biddleville and the neighboring areas are home to some great buys. Take a peek at listings in Biddleville/Five Points and neighboring areas to find your perfect fixer-upper! Search for homes for sale in Biddleville, and let’s set up an appointment to show you around!
Find out more about Biddleville by checking out all of my posts about the neighborhood.
See what schools feed the Biddleville neighborhood on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools county-wide map. Know your Biddleville address? Get school info specific to the home by using the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools GeoPortal.
Biddleville zip code: 28208