Myers Park is home to Queens Road West, often cited as one of the most beautiful boulevards in the country. With its winding tree-lined streets, majestic yet charming homes and tidy pocket parks, it’s not hard to understand why. Home to Charlotte’s first trolley line, the 2.8 mile Queen’s Road loop is a destination ride for Charlotte cyclists. Convenient to center city Charlotte yet very walkable, this neighborhood boasts a cluster of boutique shops and world-class restaurants. Anchored by stately Queen’s College, Myers Park also is home to the fabulous Duke Mansion as well as Theatre Charlotte, which produces half a dozen plays a year while also hosting screenings for the Charlotte Film Society. Pair these features with its highly acclaimed schools and you’d be hard pressedto find a better place to call home.
One of the oldest Tudor-style homes in Charlotte! Built in 1935 by Louis Asbury, this house underwent a major renovation in 2001. While preserving the core of the house, the renovation included the addition of a large open family room complete with morning room, wet bar and a gourmet kitchen, outdoor seating area on the veranda and lower patio, luxurious master bedroom and bath with his and hers custom closets, sun-lit second-floor laundry room with cabinetry and folding counter, and a separate guest house with a two-car garage and garden room. Large mudroom and butlers pantry as well as sunroom and study all create ample flex space downstairs. The house has hardwood floors, high ceilings and an unusual amount of natural light, in addition to a large basement and wine cellar. The grounds are stunning in this historic home. Situated on the corner of Queens Road West and Wellesley Avenue, with a gated driveway on Wellesley Avenue.
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