Country lanes, wooded lots, rolling hills, white cliffs and scenic views are the
hallmarks of Bluffview. Secluded and hidden, Bluffview is home to a number of city leaders and political figures.
Devonshire is in high demand for many first-time buyers who want to take advantage of the convenience of this great
location and charm of the typical homes. Downtown, Love Field Airport, and Inwood Village are minutes away.
Located between University and Mockingbird and just west of the Dallas North Tollway and Inwood Road,
this charming neighborhood showcases a mixture of older, charming homes and some new construction homes. Some of the
streets back to beautiful lush greenbelts that are maintained by volunteers. Greenway Parks is a delightful community
with a strong sense of pride. Although it falls under the umbrella for Dallas city services, Greenway Parks residents
consider it a small somewhat private enclave (like Highland Park) - without a separate city government or association dues.
Walking distance to Inwood Village.
Highland Park is a separate town considered one of the most prestigious addresses in the country, with a school
district rated in the National Top 10. The town was incorporated in 1913 and has been a real estate success story from the
beginning. Property values in this part of town are among the most stable in the area. Home to the Dallas Country Club, Highland
Park Village and 12,000 residents, truly a small town feeling where neighbors not only know each other, but freqently socialize
with one another. The properties are a mix of older and newer houses (cottages, "McMansions" and true mansions) built on lots in
established settings from 1910's to the present day.
Located just North of White Rock Lake and South of LBJ Freeway, Lake Highlands enjoys the city of Dallas
services and the highly sought-after Richardson School District. Lake Highlands has a mix of small, charming cottages
and larger, new construction homes. Minutes away from White Rock Lake, restaurants and retail, this community has it all!
Lakewood area is known for its beautiful homes of many architectural styles, the Historic Swiss Avenue is located here. The prominent Lakewood Country Club sets peaceful surroundings for homeowners. Close proximity to outdoor landmarks like White Rock Lake, the Arboretum and Botanical Garden, boasting picturesque views of the lake, people sailing and biking, fishermen runners, and momentous estates around the lake. The popular "M streets" (streets that begin with "M") are south of Mockingbird Lane, east of North Central Expressway, a neighborhood of cottages and smaller homes with peaks, arches and charming architecture. Lately, some of the oldest homes are being replaced by new construction creating larger homes, for family dwelling. Some builders, however, strive to build period style homes that reflect the original charm and attraction of Tudor homes in the area.
This area of Dallas is known for oversized lots with mostly Ranch style homes. Close proximity to the Dallas North Tollway and LBJ Freeway, this location provides easy access to major shopping areas such as the Galleria, dining, and area suburbs.
Preston Hollow is an affluent and very established neighborhood known for spacious lots and sprawling houses. Parts of Preston Hollow area among the few areas that permit equestrian. The shady country lane feel and size of the properties is a part of the appeal that lures the city's most well known entrepreneurs. Convenient access to downtown, Love Field Airport, as well as Cooper Aerobic Center and some of Dallas finest private schools. This area is experiencing new construction of luxury homes, replacing some of the older and out dated.
University Park (U.P.) has approximately 25,000 residents. The recently updated U.P. town hall, built in 1925, houses police, fire, city offices and city court. Many of the early U.P. families had a connection with the new university ... Southern Methodist University. Today, SMU features a superb Law School, Business School, program for the performing Arts and new football stadium. Homes of various styles and age share the same tree lined streets. Both Highland Park and University Park share the excellent public school system of the Highland Park Independent School District (HPISD) which is regarded as one of the best in the nation.
Oak Lawn, Turtle Creek and Uptown communities facilitate residential, commercial, art, entertainment and restaurants. Knox Street, West Village and The Vineyard areas are a part of the same environment and home to the active young professional in a setting where one can live, shop, dine and socialize within walking distance. This area houses mostly townhouses, condominiums, lofts, and high-rise properties and is well serviced by public transportation and close proximity to Love Field Airport. Area points of interest feature McKinney Avenue, the Dallas Museum of Art, American Airlines Arena, the Dallas' Theater Center. Hotels in this nestled area include Hotel ZaZa, The Crescent, The Mansion, The Ritz, and The W Hotel at Victory Park.