One of the hippest ‘hoods in Charlotte, Midwood is the intersection of classic and modern. Established in the early 1900′s, Plaza Midwood was to be Charlotte’s next Myers Park. Designed around a trolley line that ran from downtown, this neighborhood began with large craftsman bungalows that lined The Plaza. After the war the development and home styles changed to quaint cottages that filled deeper into the neighborhood. Now, new construction replicating the homes of the past blends right in. Midwood popularity continues to grow as its restaurants, bars and shops thrive. Some of the cities coolest hot spots are right in here.
It's an honor to be featured in Charlotte Observer's Home | Design's "Straight Talk" section. Here's an excerpt from the article, written by Allen Norwood: "Remodeled vs. new? Which home sells for more in a neighborhood like Plaza Midwood? ...I called King after the topic came up in several recent conversations. I've never asked a knowledgeable pro the question, and was left wondering. King has been [...]