PLAZA-MIDWOOD – CHARLOTTE AREA

This section of Charlotte is an exceptionally diverse and eclectic community from the boutiques, restaurants to the art galleries. It located northeast of the Uptown section of Charlotte. Plaza-Midwood has a historical district situated on the west side of the neighborhood. In 1975, this area was protected & revived by Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association. From that period forward, it has been a real estate reinvestment for many residents and businesses. It located east to Northeast Charlotte and neighbored to Uptown Charlotte.

It’s not uncommon to have the main street passing through a subdivision or a neighborhood with mature tree-lined to compliment the gorgeous homes. Many of the bungalow home styles have their unique characters that will take you back in time when life was so simple. Other bungalow homes have been exquisitely refurbished to the modern-day uniqueness architecture. Plaza-Midwood neighborhood has a variety of phenomenal bungalow estates communities, and they are Midwood, Chantilly, Morningside, Commonwealth Park, The Arts Districts, Moderna, Villa Heights, just to list a few. The home price in this neighborhood ranges from $60K for a condo to $1.9M for an estate home. Many residents of this area are members of the elegant Charlotte County Club, which is known as the gem of Plaza-Midwood.

The adjacent sections to Plaza-Midwood are Dilworth & Elizabeth. All three of these sections have been there since the 1920 time period.

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NODA CHARLOTTE AREA

Art, fun, and mixed urban living! This neighborhood has it all from historical arts, entertainment nightlife, galleries, eclectic shopping & delectable dining. It’s known around Charlotte as an Art & Entertainment District. NoDa stands for “North Davidson,” which is the main street in this neighborhood.

The residential homes in this NoDa’s neighborhood range from new/remodel single-family mill home, charming, but classic bungalows, contemporary condos & townhomes to impressive loft apartment complexes. The beautiful & attractive communities in this hip district are Brightwalk, Homewood, Lockwood, The Arts District, Druid Hill & Genesis Park, just to list a few. The home price in Noda neighborhood is from $30K for a condo to $450K for a gorgeous bungalow.

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