Pellyn Wood

Pellyn Wood

Featured Pellyn Wood Mostly farmland until the end of the 20th century, Pellyn Wood has been developed in a very meticulous and discreet manner. This neighborhood is the archetype of Charlotte’s seemingly hidden beauty. Without prior knowledge of Pellyn Wood or...
Myers Park

Myers Park

Featured Myers Park “Good ideas produce good results. Myers Park, which opened on September 1, 1912, when the first trolley lumbered through the streetcar gateway on Queens Road, is a case in point.” (Dr. Dan L. Morrill and Nancy B. Thomas)  Since the...
Eastover

Eastover

Featured Eastover One of the more pristine neighborhoods in Charlotte, Eastover is what some would call The Crown Jewel of the Queen City. Tudor, Victorian, and Georgian homes (among others) flank either side of Cherokee Road, Colville Road, Hempstead Place, and of...
Plaza-Midwood

Plaza-Midwood

Featured Plaza-Midwood In the “neighborhood that’s awake while others sleep, [that’s] outspoken when others are quiet and a vital counter to Charlotte’s culture as a whole,” (Charlotte Agenda), residents live harmoniously in one of the hottest...
Ballantyne

Ballantyne

Featured Ballantyne In addition to serving as the namesake for the state of North Carolina’s #4 resort (US News & World Report), Ballantyne has been growing at an exponential rate since its inception some two decades ago. With 200+ businesses calling the...
Dilworth

Dilworth

If you fancy yourself an architecture extraordinaire, then Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb– founded in 1890– could very well make you feel like a kid in a candy store. Nestled cozily between Myers Park, South Park, Uptown, and Southend, homes built as early...