Wow Wesley Heights! Wesley Heights is one of Charlotte’s oldest and most Historic neighborhoods, developed around 1920 on the 19th-century farm of Charlotte livery stable owner John Wadsworth. The houses were designed and built by the same generation of early 1900s architects as those who were designing for Dilworth and Fourth Ward, which are once again in high demand.
It’s an incredible neighborhood with historic houses with the most amazing views and proximity to downtown. If you are a Panther’s fan, the Panther’s stadium is a bike ride away.
A great little location secret is that The Stewart Creek Greenway that winds through Wesley Heights and Third Ward can easily access Sugar Creek Greenway, which extends from downtown through Plaza Midwood and NODA. If you are a runner, walker or bike rider this is really exciting news. You have access to downtown and surrounding neighborhoods without even getting in your car.
The homes are primarily in three styles, depending on when they were built: the Craftsman/Bungalow style typically from the 1920s, the adapted Tudor Revival of the 1930s, and Colonial Revival styles.
Wesley Heights offers great values for really high quality traditional style homes in with an urban background. Check out our listings in and around Wesley Heights and chances are you’ll find the perfect home for you!