Myers Park | Charlotte NC
Centuries Old, Bursting With Antique Charm
Revered for the rows of stunning mansions that showcase 1920’s Colonial Revival & Tudor Revival craftsmanship. Myers Park carries a timeless allure.
Originally home to many of the early banking, textile, & real estate leaders of the area, the neighborhood is of state-wide & nation-wide importance. Myers Park was framed when Charlotte was becoming the worlds leading textile manufacturing region. It remains a symbol of prosperity to this day as one of Charlottes most desirable neighborhoods.
Myers Park is just minutes from city center & about 20 minutes from Charlotte International Airport. Myers Park is bounded by Queens Road (to the North), Providence Road (to the East), Sharon road (to the South), & Park Road (to the West)
Real Estate Statistics
Average Price: $1,177,728
Highest Price: $6.0M
Lowest Price: $160,000
Total Sold Listings (past Year): 295
Total Single Family Homes Sold: 148
Total Condo / Townhomes Sold: 147
Single Family Homes
Condo / Townhomes
Curb appeal and proximity to the Queen City’s Uptown area make Myers Park particularly sought-after by buyers.
The Myers Park Country Club is one of the oldest, most established clubs in Charlotte, as is the Charlotte Country Club, which is also located nearby.
Characterized by stone gateways marking street entrances, looping streets lined with trees, public green spaces, and grand houses that stay in styles of the past, Myers Park remains a respected Charlotte neighborhood.
Myers Park is home to one of the best high schools in the country, Myers Park High School.
Entertainment in Myers Park
Selwyn Avenue Pub–The renovated turn-of-the-century house in Dilworth at 300 East Boulevard is better known as 300 East, a family-owned restaurant drawing rave reviews for its service and food. Make your reservations and request a window seat, or celebrate warm weather with a meal on the patio.
Freedom Park – Whether you need to escape the heat, stretch your legs or simply unwind with a book and blanket, Freedom Park delivers. You can’t miss the sprawling lake that lies in the center of this 98-acre park, and active visitors can take a jog along paved trails, play a match on tennis and volleyball courts, or bring the little ones to climb on playground equipment.
RuRu’s Tacos & Tequila – This is your place for the ultimate selection of fine tequilas, thirst-quenching margaritas and delicious Mexican inspired cuisine
Discovery Place Nature – Discovery Place Nature is adjacent to Freedom Park and is a great way to learn about and interact with nature. With a planetarium, nature walking trails and animal encounters, this museum allows kids to get an all-encompassing experience with nature that they may not be able to get otherwise.
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