Between Dilworth and Elizabeth lies Myers Park, created as the
city's first "high-end" suburb. John Nolen was hired
in 1911 to create a "garden suburb" from what was once
a large cotton farm. With its larger lots and houses, Myers Park
was-and is-home to many Old Charlotte families. The streets may
get confusing-you'll hear many a newcomer gripe about the intersection
of Queens Road and Queens Road-but the drive under a canopy of
trees is spectacular. This area includes the exclusive Myers Park
Country Club. Along these streets you will find large sidewalks
with people walking and/or exercising daily.
This neighborhood is quietly tucked between Elizabeth and Dilworth
South of Uptown Charlotte.
Walking Distance to: Freedom Park, Myers Park Country Club, Queens
College, Myers Park High School, Myers Park Elementary, Myers
Park Elementary, Carolinas Medical Center.