Charlotte, NC 28205
Plaza Midwood Real Estate
Explore Plaza Midwood's New Charlotte Vibe
Like Myers Park, Plaza Midwood is another streetcar suburb of Charlotte. Though this historic transit service no longer runs through the neighborhood, Plaza Midwood is still historic, but is transforming itself into a trendy district filled with quirky boutiques and best-kept secrets.
Homes for Sale in Charlotte's Plaza Midwood Neighborhood
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New Developments, Same Flavor
Plaza Midwood is constantly attracting more restaurants, boutiques, and cafes to the neighborhood, giving residents even more choices for dinner or an evening's exploration. Yet though new developments are underway in Plaza Midwood, the neighborhood maintains its quirky character.
A Foundation for Legacies
This Charlotte neighborhood's claim to fame comes from its influential residents. Bishop John C. Kilgo, former president of Trinity College (now the prestigious Duke University), lived in a house on The Plaza. George B. Cramer, whose family founded the Charlotte suburb of Cramerton, also lived in Plaza Midwood.
Top Picks in Plaza Midwood
Charlotte Country Club
Charlotte County Club was established in 1910 in Plaza Midwood, and today it's still a top private golf course in the Charlotte area. It features an 18-hole Donald Ross-designed course, a historic clubhouse, and ample tennis and squash courts.
This park has plenty to offer Plaza Midwood residents: a sprayground, playground, baseball field, 2 outdoor shelters, 6 tennis courts, and 19 acres of neighborhood recreation.
For a true taste of Plaza Midwood's unique vibe, head to Central Avenue. Around this area you'll find not-to-miss eateries such as Thomas Street Tavern (housed in a former post office), Soul Gastrolounge, and Midwood Smokehouse.
Plaza Midwood Real Estate Information
What makes Plaza Midwood special, besides its authentic and quirky character, is its variety of housing. New construction homes mix with properties on the National Register of Historic Places (such as the Bishop John C. Kilgo House), so no matter what you are looking for, you are sure to find it in Plaza Midwood.
Finding the best home in Plaza Midwood means having the best real estate agent on your side. Are you ready to view available homes in this neighborhood? Just call us at 704-400-4578.
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