Myers Park is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is distinguished by its fine homes, tree-lined streets and curving driveways.
Myers Park is of statewide significance because it was the home of many of the textile, banking and utility leaders responsible for developing the Piedmont Carolinas into a major American manufacturing region in the early twentieth century.
Though its boundaries originally coincided with the boundaries of the 1,220-acre John Spring Myers farm, by 2008 the neighborhood was comprised of 2,200 acres and had a population of 9,809. Myers Park is bounded by Queens Road to the north, Providence Road to the east, Sharon Road to the south and Park Road to the west.
The average house value in Myers Park was $778,762.