Charlotte is rich in history and began placing its roots in America before the American Revolution. In fact, after the Civil War, it became the junction of a cotton mill hub. It's now one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States.
This bolstering city is home to some of the wealthiest people and residential neighborhoods in the state.
According to recent data, the wealthiest neighborhood in Charlotte is Eastover. This coveted area's median home price is $1,473,092.
Almost 90% of people in this residential area have their four-year degrees. Notably, there's a very high percentage of "urban sophisticates" in the area. Thanks to the fine art scene, world-class restaurants, and performing arts in this historical city, it's no wonder urban sophisticates flood the scene.
Myers Park is certainly one of the wealthiest spots in Charlotte. The median price of a house is $1,389,096 which makes it more expensive than 99.8% of homes in Charlotte.
This location has a high rate of vacation rentals so the vacancy rate is around 20.3%. Also, this spot has more same-sex couples than 99.6% of U.S. neighborhoods.
The homes in this area aren't brand new, but not quite historical. The average build date is around 1970 and 1999. A current Zillow home listing in this part of Charlotte is listed at $879,300. You can check out the listing here.
Charlotte residents, where do you live? Have you been to any of these neighborhoods? Let us know in the comments!