Madison Park

Homes For Sale In Madison Park

Established in the late 1950’s, Madison Park was one of the first modern post-World War II neighborhoods in Charlotte. The neighborhood has shown great staying power even into the 21st Century. The property values continue to climb, as many original owners lovingly maintain their residences and new ones have discovered that tree-lined streets are the perfect place for raising a family. One of the first bike lanes in Charlotte runs through the center of the neighborhood on Seneca Road, and the sidewalks are usually found occupied by families taking a stroll or walking their dog. With proximity to the restaurants on Montford, Park Road Shopping Center, South Park Mall, the Lynx light rail, and uptown Charlotte, Madison Park offers the comforts of a true neighborhood with the convenience of the city. Find out more on the neighborhood website here.


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