1320 Fillmore Avenue #501, a top floor, corner condo in Charlotte's historic and upscale Dilworth neighborhoood listed for sale byNina Hollander with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for $649,900 is now a closed sale. Final sale price was over asking price at $656,000, setting a new sales record for the building.
Multiple offers were received for this sophisticated and elegant, turn-key condominium in the heart of Charlotte's historic Dilworth neighborhood. The fantastic, open flowing floor plan is designed for today's lifestyle and is ideal for both casual and more formal entertaining. Attention to detail and design is evident in all the custom renovations and finishes throughout the home. The end-unit, top floor and light filled residence is the ultimate in low-maintenance, luxurious urban living.
1320 Fillmoreis a handsome, contemporary, mid-rise building with five stories situated in the heart of Charlotte's historic Dilworth neighborhood.
Located in one of Charlotte's most desirable neighborhoods, 1320 Fillmore is walking distance to a myriad of dining and shopping options, parks, entertainment, and more.
Luxury Urban Lifestyle In Dilworth's 1320 Fillmore
Top floor units at 1320 Fillmore are rarely available and highly prized -- in fact, it's been more than two years since a top floor unit at 1320 Fillmore had been on the market for sale. Extensively renovated, #501 at 1320 Fillmore was one of the larger units in the 100 home building in the heart of Charlotte's historic Dilworth neighborhood.
The home's gracious foyer welcomes guests from the minute they step in. The home's open, flowing floor plan is perfect for both casual and formal entertaining.
The wide, open floor plan includes a large living area, a dining area that easily accommodates a large table, and a den (large enough for even a grand piano). Open sight lines throughout the first floor with the ability to move seamlessly from the living area to the dining area to the kitchen and den and then out to the wrap-around balcony. Plus, there's a home office area tucked away for privacy.
Many custom, thoughtful renovations to the home, which included a kitchen featuring Quartzite counters, custom soft-close cabinets, a Wolf-brand induction cook-top, high end stainless steel appliances including a French-door refrigerator.
Upgraded, designer light fixtures throughout the home, surround sound, phantom screens, built-in cabinetry were just a few of the wonderful upgrades to this home.
The amazing master bathroom renovation gives new meaning to the concept of "spa-inspired," featuring a huge, tiled walk-in shower with three shower heads and seamless glass doors, a free-standing jacuzzi-brand soaking tub, new toilet/bidet, and custom vanity cabinet with Quartzite counters, dual sinks, designer mirrors and chandelier. What a fabulous way to start the day and a wonderful retreat at the end of the day.
The serene and spacious owner's suite has room for a king-size bed, a sitting area and access to a private balcony overlooking Dilworth. There's also a custom-built walk-in closet and a large linen closet.
The guest room and guest bath are also generously sized. The bedroom features a niche with room for a desk and a custom, walk-in closet. There's an office area as well as a beautifully appointed half bath and double coat closet. The laundry room can accommodate large washer and dryer and has a storage closet.
This penthouse came with two deeded parking spots in a covered and secure garage, as well as dedicated storage area.
1320 Fillmore enjoys secured building entrance, a roof-top terrace, exercise facility, and two gated, ground floor, lushly landscaped courtyards for use by residents. There's also secure parking available for guests.
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As one of Charlotte's most distinctive and historic neighborhoods, Dilworth offers a virtual cornucopia of historic architecture. The original section of Dilworth includes the last, well-preserved pre-1910 upper-class residential area left in Charlotte. After driving through Dilworth, many newcomers to Charlotte say "that's just what I pictured a southern city like Charlotte to look like."
Dilworth was originally known as Charlotte's first "street car suburb." Today, Dilworth is considered anything but a suburb and is appreciated for its stately, mature oak trees, sidewalks, and houses with front porches. Dilworth has one of Charlotte's finest collections of Victorian residences and is home to the city's earliest experiments with the now-popular Colonial Revival style. The neighborhood has one of the largest collections of Craftsman style and bungalow homes in Charlotte. Much of the neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
These days, you'll not only find historic homes in Dilworth, you'll find newly built homes looking as if they were built 100 years ago and more recently built town homes and condominiums.
The combination of the quaint feel of "old" Dilworth coupled with the convenience of living close to Charlotte's modern Uptown, offer a truly unique living experience and an urban lifestyle at its best.
If you're considering buying or selling a Dilworth home, contact Nina Hollander/Carolinas Realty Partners with Coldwell Banker. If you're buying, we have the comeplete invenotry list of homes for sale. If you're selling, let's get together and discuss the supply conditions in your neighborhood and how we can assist you in gaining access to the buyers who are ready, willing and able to buy now.