A Historic and prestigious address, Meyers Park, Charlotte, NC has historically served as home to many of North Carolina’s leaders in banking, utilities and textiles who transformed the region into a major manufacturing powerhouse in the early 1900s.
A drive down Queens Road displays some of the most majestic homes in the Myers Park neighborhood. The old, massive willow oaks that line the street provide a grand canopy, helping the area live up to the vision of early 20th-century architect John Nolen to create “garden suburb.” Nolen and other architectural pioneers incorporated winding paths that follow the land’s natural curve to build arguably the most lovely community in Charlotte.
What is life like in Myers Park? Along with its beautiful, historic buildings, the neighborhood provides all the everyday amenities that its residents need. Many shopping and dining options, along with parks, churches, schools and libraries, are within walking distance of homes. Whatever food tickles your fancy at the moment, you’ll find it in Myers Park. Residents enjoy an array of international cuisines, including Asian fusion, French, Mediterranean, Ethiopian, Italian, Thai and American. Steaks, seafood, and barbecue also are available in a number of venues. Before your meal, you can work up an appetite by shopping in any number of boutiques, department stores, and other retail outlets.
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