The Residences at Jameston.

An Outstanding Architect & Custom Home Builder to

Create Your Space in Myers Park.

 

The Residences

 Created by award winning architect, Peter Goebal, our team will build your vision from the ground up with devoted attention to all of the details that will make your home exceptional.

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Myers Park

Charlotteans today know the Myers Park neighborhood as one of the city's prestige addresses, an area of fine homes, tree-lined streets, and curving drives. The boulevard system was the circulation route for carriages and the new motorcars, and, most importantly at first, for the streetcar. The primary style is Colonial Revival, especially the red brick Georgian Colonial borrowed from the Virginia colony. It is said that Myers Park holds the finest collection of Tudor Revival dwellings in North Carolina.

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OUR Passion

Your guests will have unforgettable experience, the Jameston Collection will deliver. Together the team at Jameston Residences shares a passion for home building that will present itself throughout the design and construction process.  At the end of the day, the most important focus is on creating great homes for your family in a location Charlottean's want to live. Our commitment to the home ownership experience empowers the company's visionary team to consistently think of ways to be even better, distinguishing themselves through integrity, compassion and unparalleled customer service.

Warm design for a classic Myers Park residence

 

4 bedrooms with 4 baths

Guest Suite on the Main!

1 & 1/2 (tandem 2 car) car garage!

3096 Sq Ft

 

 

Both of these townhomes are sold.

A trendy Myers Park corner gets a signature look.

 

3 Bedrooms 3 bathrooms

Guest on the main!

Over-Sized 2 car garage!

3096 Sq. Ft.

 

 
 

Gracious Living
Premier location in the heart of Myers Park
Convenient to uptown Charlotte, South Park & Dilworth
Soundproof common wall
Tandem two Car Garage fully dry-walled and primed
Elegant exterior detailing, including stone, shake or accents per plan enhances the beauty of your home
Numerous designer-coordinate interior color schemes to choose from
Ten-foot first floor ceilings and nine foot second Ceilings per plan
Over 3.000 sq. ft. of living space with optional third floor walk-up
Luxurious owner's bedroom suites with walk-in closets.

 

 

 

Conveniences
Energy efficient gas heat and hot water heater
Prewired security system
Prewired for CATS phone, cable and RC6 TV Cable
Exterior maintenance and insurance included in monthly HOA dues
High efficiency two zone natural gas heat and central air
NEST T-starts Air Conditioning thermostats

 

 

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Luxury Interior features
Hardwoods in formal living areas
Optional Wine Cellar
Two piece crown moldings in the Dining Room
Fireplace with gas logs and granite surround in the Great Room
Master Bathroom with a Kohler soaking tub, separate ceramic tile shower with optional dual heads and his and her sinks with a granite vanity
Optional Powder Room with a Kohler elegant pedestal sink and beveled mirror
Ceramic tile flooring and shower walls in all full bathrooms with granite counters
Kohler/Moen plumbing fixtures

Exterior Highlights
Low maintenance hardy board siding and stucco
Vinyl casement / double hung windows
2" by 4"' exterior wall construction with R19 fiberglass insulation
Beautiful stained wood exterior doors

 

 

 

Kitchens
Custom crafted cabinets with crown moldingand oversized baseboards
Granite countertops in an array of designer colors
6x6 tile back splash
Stainless steel GE appliances, including a dishwasher, microwave convection oven, convection wall oven and a gourmet gas range
Large Kitchen island with granite counters
Sterling by Kohler stainless steel under mount sink with Kohler spray faucet

A historical corner gets a new coat of paint

 

Landscaping and Improvements
Professionally designed with beautiful plantings throughout the property
Fully sodded yard with an irrigation system
Garage and on street parking
Landscape lighting to accentuate the beautiful plantings

 

 

These luxury homes are located just steps from the southern entrance to Freedom Park.  Situated on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway which provides connectivity between Carolinas HealthCare System, the amenities at Freedom Park (sports fields and courts, a lake, amphitheater, playgrounds, outdoor shelters, and the Mahlon Adams Pavilion), Charlotte Nature Museum, Park Road Elementary School, and Park Road Shopping Center

At the corner of Jameston Dr and Westfield Rd, each home features over 3000 heated square feet, garages, 10 ft ceilings downstairs and 9 ft ceilings up, crown molding, hardwood floors, stainless appliances, an optional wine cellar and many other amazing options available.  There is an opportunity to convert the attic storage space to an optional third floor.  Master down options available.

Myers Park's Favorite Corner

 

Myers Park, begun in 1911, is the premier streetcar suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina. The city boomed during the 1910s and 1920s as the surrounding Piedmont section of the Carolinas became the world's leading textile manufacturing region, and in 1930 Charlotte took its place as the largest city in North and South Carolina. In Myers Park lived J.B. Duke, Cameron Morrison, George Stephens, members of the Cannon, Springs and Hanes families, and many of the other banking, commercial, real estate, utility and textile leaders not only of Charlotte but of the entire Piedmont. Among the 958 structures in the Myers Park Historic District are examples of the best work by the region's leading architects, including C.C. Hook, Louis Asbury, and J.M. McMichael, and by at least one nationally known designer, Charles Barton Keen of Philadelphia. Most significant is the neighborhood's planning. John Nolen of Boston, one of America's most important early-twentieth century planning pioneers, provided the initial design. It featured an unusual degree of detail, ranging from parks and curving streets to the design of individual house lot landscaping, and Nolen gave it national exposure in his 1927 book New Towns for Old. The suburb became a model for surrounding cities and served as a training ground for a number of southern landscape architects, notably Earle Sumner Draper who went on to plan hundreds of Myers Park inspired projects across the South. Today, three-quarters of a century after its beginning, Myers Park remains a Charlotte showplace, its hundreds of giant willow oaks arching their boughs across the boulevards.

 

 

 
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