Curb appeal: 4 architecturally distinct homes that just hit the market in Plaza Midwood at $399K, $515K, $869K and $1.825M

Curb appeal: 4 architecturally distinct homes that just hit the market in Plaza Midwood at $399K, $515K, $869K and $1.825M
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1611 Tippah Park Court  – $399,000

Three-story treehouse built in 2007

We’re loving the dark cedar shake exterior, and how the triple front porches look out to a creek and the natural surroundings.

  • Realtor: Susan May at HM Properties
  • Specs: 2 bed, 2 full & 1 half bath, 1,569 square feet

1611 Tippah Park Court treehouse


1622 Chatham Ave.  – $514,900

1949 bungalow with classic charm

We’re loving classic curb appeal of this bungalow, especially the spacious porch and the contrasting trim and siding.

  • Realtor: Dana P. Burleson at Savvy + Co. Real Estate
  • Specs: 3 bed, 2 full & 1 half bath, 1,603 square feet

1622 Chatham Ave. bungalow


1724 The Plaza  – $869,000

Dutch colonial renovated by Garrett P. Nelson Studio 

We’re loving the architectural details on this one, from the arched portico to the gas lanterns to the spacious covered side patio. I also love how it’s totally renovated but still stays true to the 1930s character.

  • Realtor: Ken Riel at Nestlewood Realty
  • Specs: 5 bed, 3 full & 1 half bath, 3,703 square feet

1724 The Plaza


2960 St. Andrews Lane  – $1,825,000

European-inspired remodel by Ken Pursley (Pursley Dixon Architecture)

We’re loving the asymmetrical design (especially the varying roof lines and window shapes) of this recently remodeled 1930s home. Note: It’s near the entrance of the Charlotte Country Club, so it’s more Midwood than Plaza.

  • Realtor: Liz Lea at Dickens Mitchener
  • Specs: 5 bed, 4 full & 2 half bath, 4,481 square feet

2960 St. Andrews Lane


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