Rich in history and legacy, University Park is home to SMU, considered the “Ivy of the South” and a great place for kids to attend summer camps and athletic events. Kids go to the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent Schools, and there are more than 20 parks and practice fields. Homes range from quaint cottage styles to large estates.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Often considered the quintessential American neighborhood, Highland Park was created to be a respite from the stresses of early 19th century life. The town is known for the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent School District, whose alumni include actress Angie Harmon, baseball great Clayton Kershaw, and NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford and others.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
From the five-acre Klyde Warren Park to the renowned Arts District, the Uptown/Downtown neighborhoods are full of people and excitement. Enjoy Late Nights in the Arts district every third Friday of every month, where the Dallas Museum of Art keeps its doors open till midnight while hosting special speakers, live performances, concerts, readings, film screenings, and kids programs with free admission. If you’re a foodie, you’ll love this neighborhood’s award-winning restaurants and hip bars. Catch a ride on the McKinney Avenue Trolley and discover incredible local shops and luxury retailers. Luxury high rises, smart live/work spaces, sophisticated mid rises and convenient townhomes welcome people from all walks of life.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Oak Cliff has been home to a long list of musicians. When T-Bone Walker made his debut with Columbia in 1929, he lived in Oak Cliff, and recorded as Oak Cliff T-Bone. Edie Brickell’s second album included a song about life in Oak Cliff titled “Oak Cliff Bra.” Other musicians from Oak Cliff include Michael Martin Murphey, Stevie Ray Vaughan, B. W. Stevenson, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Jimmie Vaughan.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Located in Tarrant and Denton Counties, Southlake is a far northern suburb of the Dallas Ft Worth Metroplex with a 2010 population of nearly 27,000 residents. Southlake is known for exemplary public schools, Carroll High School’s 8-time state champion football team and the Southlake Town Square.
Some of the larger upscale neighborhoods developed in the 90’s along “The Boulevard” include Monticello Estates, Stoneridge Lakes, Myers Meadow, Stone Lakes, Timber Lake,South Ridge Lakes and Timarron Country Club. In the 2000s when the earlier neighborhoods were finishing out, Southlake began developing portions of its picturesque countryside into luxury neighborhoods. Some of the newer luxury neighborhoods include Clariden Ranch, Estes Park, Stratford Park, Cambridge Place, Shady Oaks, Westwick Hills, The Enclave, Laurelwood Park, Palomar Estates, The Reserve of Southlake, and Versailles.
Some of the larger upscale neighborhoods developed in the 90’s along “The Boulevard” include Monticello Estates, Stoneridge Lakes, Myers Meadow, Stone Lakes, Timber Lake,South Ridge Lakes and Timarron Country Club. In the 2000s when the earlier neighborhoods were finishing out, Southlake began developing portions of its picturesque countryside into luxury neighborhoods. Some of the newer luxury neighborhoods include Clariden Ranch, Estes Park, Stratford Park, Cambridge Place, Shady Oaks, Westwick Hills, The Enclave, Laurelwood Park, Palomar Estates, The Reserve of Southlake, and Versailles.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Once a well-hidden secret, Midway Hollow has become increasingly popular in recent years thanks to its enviable location so near to the heart of the city. If you’re looking for a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, consider Midway Hollow — its placement within the city is excellent: 10 minutes from Love Field, but not so close that it’s noisy. A quick drive to the Park Cities and NorthPark Center. A more affordable alternative to the grander lifestyles found just to the east in Preston Hollow.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Keller has all the conveniences of a city life with a small-town feel, located in northwest Tarrant County, just 32 miles northwest of downtown Dallas and 18 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth. With the city’s state-of-the-art library, fantastic school district, 11 developed park sites and more than 23 miles of hike and bike trails, it’s easy to see why Money magazine often lists Keller among the top 100 best places to live in the country.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood
Appreciated for its winding streets, multi-acre lots, private lakes and distinct architecture, Preston Hollow is home to many of Dallas’ business, arts and political influencers. The area is just six miles from Downtown. In the 1930’s it became a popular location for people who wanted extra acreage for horses and stables. Today, Preston Hollow is renowned for its landmark mansions and rural feel with tree-lined streets that offer both privacy and a sense of community.Click Here to Explore This Neighborhood