Merry Oaks Neighborhood Association

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10/20/2012 

The Merry Oaks neighborhood was mostly developed in the late 1940s and 1950s, with brick ranch-style homes and wood bungalows, and it was known at that time as Country Club Hills because of its proximity to the Charlotte Country Club. When it was constructed, it was at the outer edge of Charlotte and was built on former farmland.

Many of the houses were built for servicemen returning from World War II. In the early 1990s, a new development of about 18 homes, Covington Court, was built off Merry Oaks Road. Currently there is a variety of homes ranging from about 900 square feet to about 2700 square feet. Some of the houses are occupied by the original owners who built the homes as young couples in the 1950’s. Read More...

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– CLOTHING SALE AND FABRIC SAMPLE SALE

On March 16th and 17th, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 3601 Central Ave., Charlotte, 28205, from 9AM-3PM is having a "gently used" clothing sale. Great prices on men's, women's and children's... more
Started: March 8th 2012Replies: 0

FALL FESTIVAL & YARD SALE

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 3601 Central Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28205, will have a Fall Festival and Yard Sale this coming weekend, Oct.21st- 22nd.  The Yard Sale is in the Parish Hall on... more
Started: October 17th 2011Replies: 0

Gardening

If you don't have enough sun to grow veggies, check into renting a plot at St. Andrews Episcopal.  Contact austin@austinseagrave.com    June 18 is the Energy Challenge Sustainable... more
Started: June 12th 2011Replies: 1

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