Welcome to Wesley Heights • Biddleville • Seversville
Experience the best of Charlotte's original suburb neighborhoods.
Uptown Charlotte’s northside neighborhoods of Wesley Heights, Biddleville, Seversville, and Enderly Park are desirable and growing, original “ring” communities. All four neighborhoods boast diverse architecture, from original & restored historic bungalows to mid-rise apartments, condos, modern townhomes, and luxury new construction. They are conveniently located just outside of Center City and provide some of Charlotte’s best skyline views. The area’s warm, temperate climate is responsible for the lush greenery dotting the city's neighborhoods and the greenway system that spans 62 miles of Mecklenburg County’s natural areas can be accessed easily from many of this area’s walkable streets.
Wesley Heights, a historic streetcar suburb, sits five minutes from Trade & Tryon in Uptown Charlotte and just two minutes from Bank of America Stadium, home to NFL’s Carolina Panthers and Major League Soccer’s Charlotte FC. Nearby are “ring villages” Seversville, Biddleville, and Enderly Park.
What to Love
- Historic homes and beautiful architecture around every corner
- Stunning skyline views of Charlotte’s Center City
- Streetcar transit for easy access to attractions and events
- Greenway access
Wesley Heights, Biddleville, Seversville, and Enderly Park have a friendly and thriving community life. Wesley Heights lifestyle is an urban-suburban blend, offering a front porch living experience, skyline views, and quick access to Center City. The adjacent historic communities of Seversville & Biddleville are historically black communities rich with history and home to Johnson C Smith University. These communities embody a small-town vibe, a dense suburban landscape surrounded by numerous parks with diverse recreational opportunities. Enderly Park and its sister, Smallwood, are home to the 1940s/50s brick ranch, and a recent revival of this corridor has invited a sea of modern new construction and renovation, with many outdoor and indoor amenities. Residents of these neighborhoods can enjoy easy access to the best of Charlotte, including top-rated dining and entertainment options, public transit, and convenient access to Center City and the highway.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Charlotte's “ring” neighborhoods are an extension of uptown Charlotte’s diverse dining, entertainment, and shopping opportunities. The amenities are abundant, from locally-owned bodegas and high-end restaurants to coffee shops, casual pubs and breweries, modern shopping centers, theaters, and museums. First, stop by Pinky's Westside Grill, a quirky eatery that serves up classic American fare and cocktails, or Open Kitchen, a historic area landmark with Italian-inspired cuisine that has earned top marks from locals and tourists. Rhino Market’s delicious deli eats and local brews are found in a hip atmosphere, making it a popular gathering spot for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Things to Do
Wesley Heights, Biddleville, and Seversville in the Freemore West corridor have timeless amenities to keep you entertained. The Bank of America Stadium is a hub for sports & other events, including professional soccer teams and the iconic Carolina Panthers. From The Milestone Club’s incredible live music to charming travels on a newly-resurrected streetcar/trolly line and relaxing days spent in Frazier Park, there is always something to fill your calendar.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District serves the communities of Wesley Heights, Biddleville, Seversville, and Enderly Park. Excellent schools include: