In a city that seems obsessed with tearing down its history and building gleaming new facades, relics of Charlotte’s past are becoming rarer and rarer.
A prime example just went up for sale in Charlotte’s prized Myers Park neighborhood.
Originally built in 1936, 1305 Lilac Road is one of the oldest homes in the area and was once a bustling farmhouse for the area around what is now Freedom Park.
The carefully restored 3,700 square foot home was listed by David Hoffman Realty for a cool $1.69 million.
“Our clients recently did a full house renovation; everything from opening the home up to appeal to today’s needs; to plumbing and wiring; from a gourmet kitchen to dual spa-like baths,” said David Hoffman. “Modern farmhouses are very popular in 2021, and so, Lilac has it all, as history meets luxury in the heart of Myers Park.”
You can find out more about the home and see all the pictures on the full listing page here.
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