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Historic Fourth Ward is comprised of the the northwest quadrant of Charlotte's Uptown area which was resurrected in the mid-1800s and was one of the more prosperous areas of town, providing homes to local merchants, physicians and ministers. The First Methodist, First Presbyterian, and St. Peters Episcopal Churches are all part of the Historic Fourth Ward and by the 1900's, became nearly desolate as many residents moved to the 'suburbs' of Dilworth and Myers Park.
Many of the beautiful Victorian homes were either destroyed or became commercial buildings and by 1970, Fourth Ward had fallen into a state of neglect. The late 20th century brought restoration to Fourth Ward which is now a thriving part of Charlotte's Uptown.
The area, located between Trade Street to the south, 11th Street to the north, Graham Street to the west and Tryon Street to the east, is considered the residential district of Charlotte's Uptown. History abounds at every corner in Fourth Ward and even new construction just keeps going vertical in Charlotte NC's Uptown Fourth Ward area!
Plan a visit to the Center City and see all of the sites, watch a professional basketball or football game, dine in style at any of Charlotte's exquisite restaurants. While visiting the city, stay in the luxurious Dunhill Hotel.
Conveniently located in Uptown Charlotte, the Dunhill Hotel is a historic landmark surrounded by the beauty and everyday activity of modern day Charlotte NC. This hotel is an ideal choice for tourists and business visitors alike, mere steps from the new Bobcat's Arena (Time Warner Cable Arena), NC Blumenthal Center for the Performing Arts, Spirit Square, Discovery Place, Reid's Fine Foods, Overstreet Mall and many popular museums, theatres and restaurants.
The Dunhill Hotel offers over 60 impeccably appointed rooms with unique amenities including jacuzzi whirlpool bath tubs, four poster beds, and award winning dining at the in-house Monticello Restaurant, Doeskin robes in all rooms, same-day dry cleaning service and executive communication service. The communication service includes 2-line phones, data ports, voice mail and, of course, high speed internet access in both the guest rooms and the public areas.
Don't forget about Fourth Ward Park while you're visiting! Settler's Cemetary is also a history lesson in Charlotte Uptown Fourth Ward. Just across the street from the historic cemetery stands the new 34-story AVE condo complex--the new meets the old in historic Fourth Ward.
And if you're in the market for a cool condo complex in Charlotte NC's Fourth Ward, you'll love this rare find in The Avenue Condominiums. One spectacular, like-new condo has just been listed and offers every upgrade you could desire. Uptown Charlotte NC views of the city from the 34th floor terrace are simply spectacular! Entertain friends after the Carolina Panther games in style with fellow residents on the 10th floor amenities level. Then, just minutes away by foot, take your pick of some of Charlotte's finest restaurants. You simply can't beat Uptown living in Charlotte NC!
Author Bio: Debe Maxwell is a Certified Residential Specialist in the Charlotte Metro region with a focus on the Charlotte luxury home market. My team of agents each have their own specialty areas, a benefit to anyone buying a home in Charlotte NC.
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