According to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Landmarks Commission, “The Cloisters is one of Charlotte’s best preserved examples of upscale suburban landscape planning.” The architecture of Cloisters neighborhood was inspired by designers such as Frank Lloyd Wright, John Nolen, Earle Sumner Draper, and the Olmsted Brothers, whose philosophy was that suburban street patterns should respect the contours of the land – thus the curving streets that allow for perfectly sited mid-century modern homes and sweeping yards.
The Cloisters is situated close to SouthPark and Strawberry Hill, as well as near the Cotswold Shopping Center, all of which offer unique shopping, dining and entertainment options.
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Find out more about Cloisters by checking out all of my posts about the neighborhood.
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Cloisters zip code: 28211