New $800,000 Homes Coming To Historic Plaza Midwood Property — But Its Depression-Era Estate Will Be Preserved

Below is an exert from an article, written by Andrew Dunn at Charlotte Agenda (Oct 9, 2017 ):

“A plan for the historic Charles E. Barnhardt estate in Plaza Midwood would preserve the home while opening the land around it to development. The future of the home, built in 1938, has been in limbo for the last several years. It’s one of Charlotte’s best-preserved examples of Depression-era architecture and smack-dab in the heart of the neighborhood. After initial reports last year that the estate would be torn down for development, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission struck a deal to buy the house and lots immediately surrounding it to preserve.

The rest of the property is now being opened up to development — and Grandfather Homes is planning 10 new custom homes there…”