Close in enough but not so close as to be priced out of many family-friendly budgets, that’s Cotswold. Ranch and Split Level homes built in the 50s and 60s when the neighborhood grew up around Charlotte’s first suburban “mall”, are priced around $600. New builds, fully remodeld and infill are cropping up priced between $850 and $1.5ish.

Lots of larger lots and ample opportunities to buy and remodel to your heart’s content. Not the worst commute to uptown, with good schools, Cotswold is convenient to a lot of restaurants, fitness studios and of course, the shopping at the Cotswold Shopping Center (drive at your own risk). 

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Cotswold Homes For Sale

4510 Barwick Road
$500,00

517 Lees Court Street
$519,900

238 Beckham Court
$595,000
(technically Providence Park but a kind of cool house)

1069 Coddington Place
$599,999

Cotswold Homes For Sale

226 S Canterbury Road
$699,000

101 Heathwood Road
$769,000

Cotswold Homes For Sale

2600 Danbury Street
$795,000

Cotswold Homes For Sale

4458 Woodlark Lane
$819,900

431 Mcalway Road
$824,900

Cotswold Homes For Sale

530 Mcalway Road
$849,000

Cotswold Homes For Sale

301 Anthony Circle
$849,500

Cotswold Homes For Sale

400 Hunter Lane
$989,000

4010 Melchor Avenue
$1,299,000

Cotswold Homes For Sale

4140 Tyng Way
$1,479,000