3 apartments for rent in Shannon Park, Charlotte, NC

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3217 Shamrock Dr, Charlotte, NC 28215
$749 - $779 | 1 - 3 Beds

(704) 684-4889

5005-5130 Community Cir, Charlotte, NC 28215
$739 - $959 | 1 - 3 Beds

(980) 337-3909

1901 Delaware Dr, Charlotte, NC 28215
$700 | 2 Beds

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Shannon Park Neighborhood in Charlotte, NC

Shannon Park Neighborhood

A well-established neighborhood in east Charlotte, Shannon Park is an affordable place to live close to Charlotte’s city center. It was originally developed in the 1950s and 1960s with small, brick ranch-style houses on large lots. The passing decades have given trees and landscaping time to mature, making Shannon Park a great place to enjoy a shaded stroll or an afternoon on the porch.

Some new development has come to Shannon Park, as vacant lots have been filled with townhouses, condominiums, and modern, larger homes. Some older homes have been renovated, and the neighborhood remains one of the most affordable residential areas in the region. Shannon Park encompasses ZIP code 28215, and it is bordered by The Plaza on the north, Eastway Drive on the west, Shamrock Drive on the south, and Milton Road on the east.

Many residents of Shannon Park enjoy a membership at Shannon Park pool, which keeps an active social schedule of family-friendly events and hosts a kids’ swim team in the warmer months. The neighborhood is surrounded by smaller parks, such as Methodist Home Park, which has basketball courts, picnic shelters, and a horseshoe pit. Unity Park is home to walking trails, volleyball courts, a softball field, and a playground.

One of Shannon Park’s most desirable features is the short commute from the neighborhood to uptown Charlotte, as families and young professionals look to live near the city’s urban core with its restaurants, museums, and professional sports venues. A few minutes’ drive takes residents to the center of NoDa, a trendy area filled with art galleries, local restaurants, coffee shops, and music venues.

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