Myers Park

Myers Park and its classic southern charm of tree-lined streets and majestic homes is the southern belle you can’t help but love. The place of Charlotte’s first trolley line and Queens College, Myers Park is a sophisticated and refined neighborhood with great schools. When you look past the beauty and find Myers Parks’ arts and outdoor spaces make, you realize it’s both beautiful and smart. And darnit, but that’s awfully compelling.

Name: Myers Park
In a Word: Refined
Location: South Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Dilworth, Myers Park
  • Middle: Alexander Graham, Sedgefield
  • High: Myers Park
  • Private: Charlotte Learning Academy, The John Crosland, St. Ann Catholic

Average home price: Small condos can be found starting at $150k.
Single family homes begin in the mid $300k

Types of homes: Mostly single-family homes.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Expensive

Best for: Families

This is just a general glimpse into Myers Park, for more information or specifics please contact

Eastover

Eastover was the first true “suburb” in Charlotte—where sedate homes were built with a mind towards bankers and business owners with room for their china cabinet and their cars. This historic neighborhood has only increased its value and it’s retained its Original Gangster feel. Just look at who used to live here: John Belk, yeah that Belk.

Name: Eastover
In a Word: O.G.
Location: Southeast of Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Eastover, Billingsville
  • Middle: Alexander Graham
  • High: Myers Park
  • Private: New Performance Learning Center, Metro School, Presbyterian Academy, Bethune Mays Classical Academy

Average home price: Condos can be found starting at $100k.
Single Family Homes begin at $500k and only go up from there.

Types of homes: Some luxury condos, stately single-family homes and treasured historic homes.

Pros:

  • Close to Uptown
  • Easy access to restaurants and entertainment
  • Parks and Arts & Culture within walking distance

Cons:

  • Very expensive
  • Limited condos

Representative Sample:

Best for: The individual who wants everything.

This is just a general glimpse into Eastover, for more information or specifics please contact

SouthEnd

If city living is your speed, but you want to feel like you’re living in a distinct city and not any city, SouthEnd is where you want to be. The Lynx light rail and preservation efforts really brought life back into this historic community. It’s got all the feel of where Charlotte has been, plus the vision of where Charlotte is going. The subdivisions of Atherton Mill and Camden Road offer easy commuting, bike paths, farmers markets, and new specialty stores and restaurants.

Name: SouthEnd
In a Word: Modern
Location: South West of Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Dillworth
  • Middle: Alexander Graham, Sedgefield
  • High:West Charlotte
  • Private: Metro School, New Performance Learning Center, Oasis Preforming Arts, St. Patrick
    Catholic

Average home price: Upper $100k to $2 million

Types of homes: Condos and lofts

Pros:

  • Up and coming modern living
  • Easy access to Uptown
  • No car needed

Cons:

  • High rise living

Representative Sample:

Best for: Modern professionals looking for the good life.

This is just a general glimpse into South End, for more information or specifics please contact

Midwood

The French girl of Charlotte, Midwood is both classic and cool, and whenever you see her you can’t help but want to be there. This neighborhood was originally designed around a trolley line, for the families in the early 1900’s, and this history permeates it’s walkable and friendly streets. Now, this neighborhood retains the classic feel, but with the addition of trendy restaurants and hip bars.

Name: Midwood
In a Word: Cool
Location: East Charlotte
School district:

  • Elementary: Shamrock Gardens
  • Middle: Eastway, Piedmont Open
  • High: Garinger, Hawthorne
  • Private: Chantilly Montessori, Charlotte United Christian Academy, Bethune Mays Classical
    Academy

Average home price: $150k and upwards

Types of homes: Craftsman bungalows and post-war cottages.

Pros:

  • Great restaurants, bars, and shops
  • Nice sized homes
  • Close to Uptown

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Limited

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