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Myers Park

George Stephens developed a plan for a streetcar suburb on his father-in-law’s (John Spring Myers) farm in 1905. The neighborhood was designed by the Harvard-trained landscape architect, John Nolen, and work was underway by 1911.

Myers Park is distinguished for its winding tree-lined streets, large historic homes and architectural variety. Due to its landscaped beauty, it is one of the most-visited parts of Charlotte.

For those short on time, a simple drive through the neighborhood is worthwhile in order to view the large, historic mansions along the main streets.

1969 Maryland Avenue
$4,475,000   Active
Subdivision: Myers Park

Stunning new home built by Whittington Builders and designed by Aaron Cote will be nestled in the heart of Myers Park on the upper end of tree-lined Maryland Avenue. This spectacular Olde Carolina brick boasts a fabulous floor plan ideal for entertaining. The foyer welcomes you in & is flanked by a formal living & dining room each w/ fireplaces. A wine room & scullery direct you to the gourmet kitchen which features Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom cabinetry, island & breakfast room with abundant light which opens to the great room w/ a fireplace. A side entry brings the owners into a drop zone & a separate office. Entertain all year long on the covered porch with fireplace. Private primary suite with abundant his/hers closets & spa bathroom. 3 additional en-suite bedrooms & laundry complete the 2nd level. 3rd level has 5th en-suite bedroom & rec room. Proposed garage will have 640 ft of finished loft space w/ a full bathroom. Sought-after location close to shopping & restaurants.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 4129352
Price: $4,475,000
Square Footage: 6400
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5.1
Acreage: 0.25
Year Built: 2024
Type: Single Family Residence
Listing courtesy of: Corcoran HM Properties - meg@hmproperties.com

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