Beatties Ford-Trinity Neighborhood in Charlotte, NC
Beatties Ford – Trinity Neighborhood
The Beatties Ford-Trinity neighborhood is a middle-class neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina. The neighborhood’s rich history dates back to the American Revolutionary War. Former residents include European colonists, gold miners, slaves, and Civil War soldiers.
Beatties Ford-Trinity’s 2.709 square miles is mostly residential with small businesses. The neighborhood borders on Beatties Ford Road, Sunset Road, Lakeview Road and Statesville Road. The area is mostly married couples living in owner-occupied homes. The average resident is 35. The neighborhood is close to highways 21, 77 and 115. Public transportation is by bus, trolley or light rail. The Charlotte Douglas International Airport is nearby.
The neighborhood is close to Uptown. Also known as Charlotte’s busy central district, Uptown is a tourist destination known for its Fortune 500 companies, government offices, restaurants, nightclubs, museums, parks, and theaters. The Levine Center for the Arts, also known as the Wells Fargo Cultural Campus consists of four buildings located in Uptown. These buildings house the Betchtler Museum of Modern Art, the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts and Culture, the Knight Theater, and the Mint Museum. Residents and tourists can admire all types of modern art. The Knight Theater is known for the performing arts, and is a great place for symphony, opera and dance.
The neighborhood is close to family-friendly activities at the 340-acre Nevin Park. The park has playgrounds, picnicking and areas for sports activities. There are also walking trails, bocce ball courts and horseshoe pits. Lake Norman is nearby. As the largest manmade lake in North Carolina, the lake is known for outdoor activities such as camping, swimming, sailing, windsurfing and water skiing. Beatties-Ford offers history, culture and recreation all in one great neighborhood.