Myers Park – Historic Charlotte Community
Myers Park Charlotte, NC is one of the most historical and finest areas to live in Charlotte, NC! The historic Myers Park Charlotte, NC neighborhood is located in the city limits of Charlotte, originally a 1,200 acre farm; it was developed into a neighborhood in the early 1900’s and now consists of over 2,200 acres. The neighborhood is located in a highly sought after area in the heart of South Charlotte, and is home to Queens Road West that was named one of the most beautiful boulevards in the country. The neighborhood features beautiful tree lined winding streets lined with large historic homes gleaming with Southern charm.
Myers Park Homes are rich in history and date from around 1912 to present day. The primary style of the homes in the neighborhood are Colonial Revival, a small collection of 1910’s Bungalow style homes, and the largest collection of Tudor Revival homes from the 1920’s in North Carolina. There are also condo and townhomes options available. Myers Parks Homes range from 900 square feet condos to well over 8,000 square foot mansions.
Myers Park Real Estate in the neighborhood range from around $240,000 to about $2,995,000, and average about $257.00 per square foot. The average selling price is this neighborhood is around $942,000. Myers Park Real Estate is some of the most strikingly beautiful and highly sought after real estate in the city of Charlotte and is truly worth the price.
Residents in the Myers Park, NC neighborhood have access to some of the best schools in the area; students attend Selwyn Elementary, Myers Park Traditional Elementary School and Myers Park High School. With lots of green space and pocket parks it is a great area to spend time outdoors going for walks or riding bikes. One of its famed parks is Freedom Park, one of the most beautiful parks in the city with lots of events taking place there throughout the year. In the neighborhood are some of the finest places to dine in the city as well as world class shopping. Also in the neighborhood you’ll find the Charlotte Mint Museum and the Charlotte Nature Museum, as well an art house theater with two screens featuring mainly independent films you won’t find anywhere else. With so much culture and history in this affluent neighborhood it is an honor to call this place home.
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(all data current as of 4/8/2020)
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