Welcome to one of Charlotte’s most prestigious neighborhoods. Myers Park served as the training ground for two of the most influential city planners who designed the community’s layout- John Nolen and Earle Sumner Draper, both of whom rose to national significance following this project. Drive down Queens Road West and you will understand. Some of the oldest homes date back as far as 1912 with examples of Bungalow/American Craftsman, Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival style architecture. The regal oak trees that line the curving streets and shroud the expansive homes add to the allure of the neighborhood. Myers Park also features newer, upscale condos and townhomes with impressive views of Uptown Charlotte and varying amenities to fit your lifestyle.
Providence Road, Kings Drive, and Queens Road are all major thoroughfares in Myers Park, with notable restaurants, schools and shopping close by. Beware of the “Queens and Queens and Providence and Providence” intersection, you will never forget your first experience there!