Plaza Midwood, North Carolina, is a neighborhood northeast of Charlotte. It was developed as a streetcar suburb in the early 1900s. It was slow to develop due to its location. The official boundaries were finally established in the 1970s. By the time the boundaries were established, the neighborhoods of The Plaza & Midwood had already become one neighborhood. In the 1990s a portion of the western edge was named a local historic district. This district makes up 14 percent of Plaza Midwood, within a rectangle shaped area formed by Central Avenue, The Plaza, Pecan Avenue and Mimosa Avenue.
You will find many amazing sites in this thriving community. You will find trendy shops for men's and women's clothing. The Legion Brewing has a tap room where you can enjoy a board game as you sip a brew. There many restaurants with a variety of offerings. Twenty-Two is a contemporary art gallery as well as a bar. There are many places that feature live music. You will find fresh produce as well as fresh fish at the Plaza Midwood Farmers Market on Commonwealth Avenue every Saturday. You will also be able to find vintage clothing and home furnishings at Frockshop at the edge of the suburb. If you enjoy being outdoors, the Community Garden, in the middle of Midwood Park, is a way to spend time with neighbors while putting the gardening skills to good use.
The real estate in Plaza Midwood is a mix of historic and modern styles. When the neighborhood was first establishing, craftsman bungalows were the dominant architecture. Following the second world war, quaint cottages began to fill in the neighborhood. Now you will find the new construction that is both modern styles and replication of past homes. Many of the homes are three to four-bedroom larger homes. There are some ranch styles, as well as the smaller cottages. New construction offers townhomes. Many properties have good-sized yards with mature trees. This historic area is full of diverse and trendy things to do, is a family oriented community, and has the added benefit of being close to downtown Charlotte. These all make this a must-consider destination for home buyers searching in the Charlotte area. If you would like more information on homes for sale in Plaza Midwood, North Carolina, please contact us today and allow us to assist you.