Popular with a diverse population of young professionals, the neighborhood of Sedgefield is becoming one of the most sought-after places in Charlotte to live. Located just south of downtown Charlotte and close to a variety of landmarks and parks, there are plenty of reasons to seek out Sedgefield apartments for rent.
Named after Sedgefield Park, which is located near the northern boundaries of the neighborhood, it makes sense that this green space is one of the major highlights of the area. Five acres of walking trails, basketball courts and a playground, this is a perfect city getaway spot for families in the area. To the south sits EB Moore Park, a smaller (albeit beautiful) area in which to stretch one's legs. There are also ample opportunities for shopping and dining for Sedgefield residents, according to Area Vibes, with groceries, fitness centers and coffee shops within one mile of the heart of Sedgefield.
Area Vibes indicated that the cost of living index in in the area is 7 percent lower than other neighborhoods in Charlotte, making Sedgefield apartments a very affordable option. The average commute time for Sedgefield residents is around 22 minutes, which is around 21 percent lower than the average Charlotte neighborhood. According to City-Data, this is a densely populated area, as more than 3,000 people live here in less than one square mile. Sedgefield Shopping Center is also a popular place for locals to pick up groceries and engage in a little retail therapy.
The main library located in Sedgefield is the Scaleybark Branch, located at the main intersection of South Boulevard and Scaleybark Road. Sedgefield is represented by city council district 1 and congressional district 9.
The main zip code in Sedgefield is 28209, according to City-Data.