Home of the Largest Shopping Center in Charlotte, North Carolina
Cotswold is a neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina. The name comes from the largest shopping center in the city, the Cotswold Village Shops, and it was one of Charlotte’s first suburban malls. The area is neighbored by Echo Hills, Grier Heights, Providence Park, Myers Park, Oakhurst, Sherwood Forest, Randolph Park, and Wendover/Sedgewood.
Today, Cotswold is considered one of the premier places to reside in Charlotte, as there are many amenities in the area, and it is very close to the Uptown region of the city. The neighborhood has a population of roughly 5000 people and is considered one of the safest, and quietest areas in Charlotte. Though it has gone through some changes over the years, the neighborhood homes have more or less preserved the style of the 50s and 60s, though there are also many luxury houses added in more recent years. Cotswold is a true suburban area, offering a low-key, quite style of living to its residents. You won’t find any condos or apartment buildings in here, for example.
Cotswold truly combines the best of both worlds, as it keeps its interior peaceful, offering residents with just the essential amenities, while it is located within just minutes of Charlotte’s big city vibe.