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Myers Park Living – The borders of Myers Park are Queens Road on the north, Sharon Road on the south, Providence Road on the east and South Kings Drive on the west. Find Charlotte’s most famous intersection – Queens and Queens – and you’ll be right in the middle of the neighborhood.

In 1911, renowned landscape artist John Nolen turned 1220 acres of farmland into what would become one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Charlotte – Myers Park. A neighborhood of winding streets, Queens Road West has been described as the most beautiful street in Charlotte.  The city’s early textile and banking leaders lived here, witness the dozens of impressive mansions including James B. Duke and the Duke Mansion  Although the majority of homes are from the 1920’s, there are a few dozen that are earlier.  Known for its tree-lined avenues, it’s one of Charlotte’s most prestigious communities.

Just under 10,000 people call this neighborhood home. Average household income is about $110,000 and the average house price is $780,000. Students in this district would attend Myers Park High School, Selwyn Elementary School and Myers Park Traditional Elementary School. Above average sized single family homes are the predominant dwelling, although there are a few condo and townhome options.


Dilworth Living – East Blvd, lined with shops and restaurants sits in the heart of Dilworth, which began as Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb and was established by Edward Dilworth Latta in the 1890s on 250 acres just southwest of the original city limits and included the Joseph Forsyth Johnson designed Latta Park. Like neighboring Myers Park, the streets of Dilworth feature stately, mature oak trees, sidewalks, and houses with front porches. Unlike neighboring Myers Park, most of the homes are more conservative bungalows. Dilworth is also home to the Charlotte area’s largest hospital, Carolinas Medical Center.

From the south, take Park Rd. north. It will split into Scott Ave., a north-only one-way street and Park Rd. West. Either way will take you to East Blvd., where you can travel east or west to view the heart of Dilworth, venturing up side streets for glimpses of the historic bungalows. From Uptown, take Kenilworth south to East Blvd. where you can go east or west.

Dilworth is a community that has seen a regrowth in the last 10-15 years and its proximity to Uptown is helping its property values immensely. The average single-family home price is $645,000, with 2300-square-feet as the average size. Townhomes and condos are being constructed in the area just off of East Blvd., offering easy access to shops and dining and also easy access to the new Lynx light rail service. The average sales price for condos and townhomes is $202,000 with 970 square-feet being the average size.


Learn more about Myers Park and Dilworth Real Estate …

Call or text your Myers Park and Dilworth realtor Carol King at 704 953-6128