Myers Park is one of the most historic neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina. Just a short distance south of the downtown center, the area is recognized as a highly desirable place to live. Known for its large estates, tree lined streets and curving drives, the neighborhood was designed and planned by the landscape architect John Nolen in 1911. A few notable local attractions include:
- Sir Edmond Halley's Restaurant and Freehouse - a new take on Old World dining
- Mama Ricotta's - homestyle italian
- Suarez Bakery - a favorite among residents that has been open since 1950
- The Mint Museum of Art
House #1: $0 - $250,000
The pluses of this condo include its size, location and view. It also has a pool which I am sure would be quite enjoyable during the warm summer months.
House #2: $250,000 - $500,000
This home has great curb appeal. It also has been updated with new hardwood floors, fresh paint and stainless steel appliances. Not to mention that it sits on half an acre and has a very convenient location to downtown.
House #3: $500,000 - $750,000
I love the layout and siting of this home. It also includes a large master suite with two walk in closets and an updated master bath.
House #4: $750,000 - $1,000,000
This home makes great use of its lot. My favorite aspects of this home are the backyard, the open kitchen/living room layout and all the windows.
Have a good weekend everyone!