Myers Park

Classic Southern charm pours from every inch of the grand homes that fill the tree-lined streets of Myers Park. A drive down the curving Queens Road West is the perfect introduction to the southern gentility of this beautiful neighborhood. Ensconced under the canopy of willow oaks, Myers Park is traditionally one of the most exclusive areas of Charlotte with a wide range of home styles. In 1911, renowned landscape architect John Nolen was hired to design a “garden suburb” from former farmland. Rather than following the grid pattern used inside the city, Nolen’s vision for Myers Park was to follow the natural curves, hills and creeks to create a secluded neighborhood separate from the city. Myers Park is filled with Colonial Revivals, Bungalows and Tudor Revivals that are worthy of magazine features. The neighborhood’s excellent location and close proximity to uptown Charlotte belies the small town feel within Myers Park.

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