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Are you looking for a new deck, porch or patio for your Myers Park area Charlotte home?

Native and transplant Charlotteans alike know the Myers Park neighborhood as one of the Queen City’s most prestigious addresses. The area known as Myers Park encompasses 2,200 acres and expands from Queens Road to the north; Providence Road to the east; Sharon Road to the south; and Park Road to the west. Not only is the area known for its fine homes, it is also revered for its quaint tree-lined streets, lush landscapes and safe, family-friendly atmosphere.


This fabulous flagstone patio we built in Myers Park epitomizes luxurious outdoor living. The design features a brick paver outdoor kitchen and fountain that mimics the grandeur of a European courtyard.

The ambiance that is Myers Park extends past the beautiful curved drives found on many of the homes, and past the rolling lawns. If you are lucky enough to catch a glimpse into the backyards of these homes, you will soon know that the outdoor living spaces are just as impressive! Archadeck of Charlotte has been designing and building custom outdoor living spaces all over the Charlotte area for over 28 years, including many in Myers Park.

Revitalization & Restoration

Due to the age of many of the homes within the area, Myers Park along with Elizabeth, NoDa and many of Charlotte’s vintage neighborhoods, is going through a revitalization period. This means many of the homes are now at a point where they need updating in order to transition structurally into the future. With this in mind, Archadeck of Charlotte and our sister company Value Remodelers of Charlotte have played an integral role in helping homeowners with their updating projects. The scale of these projects includes front porch remodels, paver and hardscape sidewalk installations, kitchen remodels, bath remodels and of course outdoor living area makeovers.


Value Remodelers of Charlotte can update your Myers Park bath with a modern slipper style soaking tub.

Myers Park front porch makeover by Archadeck of Charlotte.

If your Myers Park property restricts you from adding on a new interior addition or room onto your home, you might want to consider a Charlotte EZE Breeze porch or screened porch instead. Our outdoor rooms can enliven the allure of your beautiful Myers Park residence and allow you the extended enjoyment of the outdoors without the limitations that may be keeping you from adding to the interior of your home.

We have been called on by many Myers Park homeowners to build structures for the front of their homes too. A front porch, courtyard or covered entryway will help revitalize the front of your home. If you have an existing patio, we know just the way to make it into a whole new outdoor living space. Consider adding a pergola or even an open porch. Have an existing screened porch and want to get more use out of it? Have us convert your screened porch to a 3-season room. The possibilities are truly endless…


Multi-level Trex deck in Myers Park.

History of Myers Park

The lineage of this vintage Charlotte neighborhood began as the brainchild of city planner John Nolen of Boston. In 1911 he provided the initial street plan, planting plans and many of the individual residential landscape designs for the area. His plans were so widely received that Nolen went on to become one of the top planners in the nation with bragging rights to over 400 projects from coast to coast.


Charming back porch with outdoor fireplace and pergola in Myers Park by Archadeck of Charlotte. The new outdoor living space additions add to the charm of this vintage craftsman-style home.

In 1915, Earle Sumner Draper entered the picture as Nolen’s assistant on the Myers Park project. Draper is known as one of the most important planners in the Southeast during the 1st half of the 20th century. This is in part to not only his work alongside Nolen in creating Myers Park, but moving on to become the 1st head planner for the Tennessee Valley Authority and the acting director of the Federal Housing Administration.


Spacious Charlotte Trex deck addition on the rear of this Tudor Revival style home.

Charting the history of Myers Park architecture over the years, the dominant styles can be split into 3 categories; these are the Colonial Revival, Bungalow and Tudor Revival. Myers Park is known for having the finest collection of Tudor Revival homes in North Carolina.


Grand wooden stairs lead to this custom sunroom built by Archadeck of Charlotte on this bungalow style home.


This Myers Park backyard space boasts an Eze-Breeze custom porch and poolside patio by Archadeck of Charlotte.

If you are poised to enhance the beauty and enjoyment of your Myers Park property, contact us today at (704) 944-1350.

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