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Midwood

Midwood 2018-02-23T20:59:17+00:00

One of Charlotte’s hippest neighborhoods.

Established in the early 1900’s, Plaza Midwood was planned 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 is a wonderful neighborhood for walking your dog or taking a jog through it’s beautiful tree-lined streets. There is also the charming Midwood Park, which has basketball & tennis courts, a playground, baseball diamond, soccer field, community garden and an outdoor amphitheatre. This park is right in the heart of the neighborhood and is the location of many neighborhood festivities such as the Fall Crawl & Pet Parade. For more info on Midwood go to www.plazamidwood.org.

2929 Belvedere Avenue
$2,499,500
Subdivision: Midwood

Iconic Mid Century Modern estate situated on 1.6 acres in Plaza-Midwood, originally designed by local modernist architect Charles Connelly, thoughtfully redesigned by R. Andrew Woodruff and meticulously executed by Peter Vasseur. Completely renovated yet many original details were preserved. Expanded kitchen opens to large living area ideal for scaled entertaining, fireplaces in den, living and master bedroom, generous sized family room with screened porch adjoining, playroom with signature picture window, private courtyard just off the Spa inspired master bathroom. Landscape design created with (future) garage and pool. Contractor has estimates for each.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3447289
Price: $2,499,500
Square Footage: 5545
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4.1
Acreage: 1.60
Year Built: 1958
Type: 1 Story
Listing courtesy of: Premier Sotheby's International Realty

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