Charlotteans today know the Myers Park neighborhood as one of the city’s prestige addresses, an area of fine homes, tree-lined streets, and curving drives. Few realize that the neighborhood’s importance extends far beyond Charlotte.
It is 10 min. to Uptown Charlotte, and one of the most beautiful of all Charlotte Neighborhoods.
Architecturally, Myers Park is largely a product of the building boom of the 1920s, though there are residences dating from 1912 to the present year. The primary style is Colonial Revival, especially the red brick Georgian Colonial borrowed from the Virginia colony. Bungalow influences are also important, particularly in the few dozen houses dating from the 1910s, including the neighborhood’s grandest. The Tudor Revival of the twenties is a third major architectural mode, and it is likely that Myers Park holds the finest collection of Tudor Revival dwellings in North Carolina.
Avg. $1.2 million Last 6 months 90 homes have sold.
Prices Range from $450k-$ 3.5 Million
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