Welcome to The Carlton Condominium
The Carlton Condominium is located in the heart Charlotte’s Myers Park neighborhood near the intersection of Queens and Providence Roads. The stately building of fourteen floors is surrounded by elegant willow oaks, magnolia trees, and flowering shrubs.
The building contains forty-eight residences, generally four per floor. The homes are a minimum of two bedrooms and two full baths; each contains ample storage and a balcony, many of which have been enclosed. There is assigned covered parking for each home.
A beautifully renovated meeting / recreation facility is located on the top level of the building. Informal, impromptu get-togethers for televised sporting events, sunrise with coffee or sunset with cocktails, as well as regularly scheduled meetings and social activities are held here. The space is available to residents for reservations for private gatherings. The skyline views of the city and the Myers Park Tree Canopy are stunning.
The environment at The Carlton is sophisticated, upscale and secure.
Reasons to live at The Carlton
After evaluating home options in Myers Park for several years, I purchased my home at The Carlton for the following reasons:
- Location in the heart of Myers Park on Queens Rd
- The floor plan was just the right size size, located on a corner of the building (as all units are) and, the floor plan and building structure allowed for renovation to my personal tastes
- The home had that “special feature” that special feature – a view over the tree tops of Myers Park and the uptown skyline in the only high rise condo building in the area
- The security and easy maintenance of the building allows for being out of town for long periods of time without concern
- The absence of costly and rarely used amenities such as a pool was a definite plus
- The stable financial condition and well managed HOA
- The state-of-the-art building components and low operating costs
- The outstanding value represented by the purchase price
A Girl’s Gotta Shop!
It’s funny how things work out in your life even if you don’t understand them at the time……sometimes you just have to have faith and then trust. I saw my unit 1st week in March 2011….not at all what I “thought” I was looking for. However the light and the trees, the location, the view, the roof-top, the small number of units, and the feel of southern charm that permeated the building and grounds, kept coming back to me…so I made and offer and closed on my new home 3 weeks later, and moved in the last week of April. It was a time of much transition in my life, and I could never have realized the value of my decision at the time. What I got was far beyond a safe haven for a single woman in her late 50’s, with an all consuming career. I found a family community and a chance to be a part of as much as I choose to. A family that treats their neighbors and the home and grounds we live in with respect and care, while at the same time respecting each others privacy. I can walk, drive or bike to anything I could possibly need, and yet have quick access to the airport, downtown, and SouthPark! A girl’s gotta shop!
I can’t imagine not being here!
A Retired Couple’s Dream
As Charlotte natives we have long admired the beauty of the Myers Park Neighborhood and for many years often found a parking place and took long walks down tree-lined streets of beautiful homes, gardens, churches and a stunning university campus. About this time of year, late March, it is particularly lovely as cherry trees bloom on the median of Queens Road and manicured lawns pop with fresh cut grass and flowering plants and shrubs. After retirement we focused on “wouldn’t it be nice to take those walks just by going outside the front door?” Now as we take those strolls, we feel like we’re living one of our dreams. And there are bonuses, walking to church, the grocery, the library, the bank, restaurants and other shopping. Oh, and we didn’t even mention the fill the windows view of the Charlotte skyline from several of our windows, particularly the light painting of the Bank of America and Duke Energy buildings.