Kessler Park/Stevens Park

Home buyers can choose from a wide variety of architectural styles featuring charming brick, stone, and stucco cottages, English Tudors, Prairies, Mediterranean homes and stately mansions with distinctive architectural integrity. With its proximity to Stevens Park Golf Course, Methodist Hospital, the Central Business District, sporting and cultural centers, and panoramic views of downtown Dallas, this area is arguably the most beautiful historic neighborhood in the City of Dallas. The Trinity River Project and the planned Santiago Calatrava Bridges will be a major force in bringing additional improvements to this area, i.e., economic, recreational and transportation. Located immediately southwest of downtown Dallas off of I-30, Kessler Park is and convenient to the Bishop Arts District, Downtown, Uptown, Oak Lawn, Park Cities, Arlington and the Mid-Cities.   Go to site

North Oak Cliff

Once a pastoral area of large estates, farms and rural frame homes, homes now include modest wood-frame bungalows, Austin stone and brick Tudors, traditional cottages and ranch-style homes. Many are conducive to new homeowners seeking to renovate and improve homes in the area. Unexpectedly, little whitewashed farmhouses are tucked in between “newer” vintage homes as well. Close proximity to downtown Dallas, Dallas Zoo, DFW Airport and recreational activities in nearby Arlington make North Oak Cliff especially attractive to young families and married and single professionals.   Go to site

Uptown/Turtle Creek/Oak Lawn

Urban living is now “hip”. Residents can choose from loft conversions, luxury townhomes, converted apartment complexes or elegant high-rise condominiums with spectacular views of Turtle Creek, downtown Dallas and the surrounding parks. This area is a few minutes away from the West End and Arts District, home of the Dallas Museum of Art, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and the Nasher Sculpture Center. Also close by is the Dallas North Tollway, Central Expressway, American Airlines Center, McKinney Avenue with numerous restaurants and clubs. The maintenance-free lifestyle of this area makes it popular for young professionals, married and single, as well as empty-nesters seeking to downsize.   Go to site

East Dallas/M Streets

With the diversity of architectural styles, this area offers buyers a choice of Craftsman bungalows, Tudors, Colonial, Prairie, and 1950’s ranch-style homes. There are historic pockets of beautiful estate homes in this convenient neighborhood with serene, tree-lined streets. In close proximity are White Rock Lake, Dallas Arboretum, Deep Ellum, Fair Park (home to the State Fair of Texas each October), Downtown Dallas, cultural events, restaurants and clubs.   Go to site


Located just west of White Rock Lake and 15 minutes from downtown, Lakewood is popular among downtown professionals and those who work at Baylor Medical Center. This charming community offers stately large homes, architecturally significant homes and quaint cottages on winding tree-lined streets. Close by is the Lakewood Shopping Center, Lakewood Country Club and the Casa Linda area.   Go to site

Downtown/Deep Ellum

Living in Downtown/Deep Ellum, a thriving and exuberant urban area, can consist of living in a large open space in a converted warehouse loft, select townhomes, and luxury high rise. In close proximity to numerous restaurants, shops, clubs, hotels, the Dallas Arts District, American Airlines Center, the West End, DART rail, and the dazzling lights of the Dallas skyline.   Go to site

Lake Highlands

Lake Highlands is located in northeast Dallas within the LBJ Freeway/635 Loop and just north of White Rock Lake. This community, with its mature trees and meandering streets, benefits from City of Dallas services and much of the area benefits from the respected Richardson School District. Homes with eclectic-style architecture range from $150,000 to over a million. Lake Highlands is convenient to the Richardson Telecommunication Corridor, Downtown Dallas, the DART light-rail, various shopping centers, restaurants, and the outdoor recreation at White Rock Lake. For dog lovers, there is the Pet Park at Mockingbird and Buckner Blvd.   Go to site

Highland Park

The Town of Highland Park is located approximately three miles north of downtown Dallas. “A city within a city”, Highland Park is considered one of the most prestigious towns in the country. Lush, tree-lined streets, colorful gardens and richly landscaped public parks are a result of the original town plan developed by renowned landscape architect Wilbur David Cook, who also designed Beverly Hills, California. The neighborhood offers stellar public schools – the nationally recognized exemplary school district, Highland Park Independent School District. Some of the finest in shopping and dining can be found at Highland Park Village.   Go to site

University Park

Five miles north of downtown Dallas, University Park is also served by the renowned Highland Park Independent School District and enjoys other hallmarks as Highland Park, including public tennis courts, beautiful parks and the family friendly “U.P.” swimming pool. The city is the home of Southern Methodist University and its north- central location provides easy access to a broad range of cultural, fine dining, recreational, shopping and business activities.   Go to site

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