University Park, a predominantly residential community of 23,500 residents, is located approximately five miles north of downtown Dallas, Texas. The City is the home of Southern Methodist University and the George W. Bush Presidential Center. It is also known for its attractive homes, beautiful parks, and numerous churches. The location of University Park in north-central Dallas provides easy access to a broad range of cultural, recreational, shopping, and business activities.
A diverse range of 8,600 homes supports a unique population base. Seventy-two percent of residents over 25 have college or advanced degrees, making University Park among the most highly-educated cities in the nation.
The City is served by the Highland Park Independent School District (HPISD). In state testing, HPISD students consistently rank among the highest in the state, with 98% of the graduating class typically continuing on to college.
This unique community known for its beautiful architectural features and excellent school district, is located approximately 3 miles of the center of Dallas. Highland Park was incorporated in 1913. The Town is 2.25 square miles in size and it counts with approximately 8,900 residents. Location could not be better as this Town is 2 miles from Love Field Airport and approximately 30 minutes from DFW International Airport.
Devonshire is an upscale and affluent neighborhood in north Dallas, bounded by the Dallas North Tollway on the east, Lovers Lane on the south, Inwood Road on the west, and Northwest Highway on the north. It borders the Bluff View neighborhood on the west and the Preston Center neighborhood on the east. This wonderful neighborhood offers matured trees, shopping on Lovers Lane within walking distance and beautiful architecture.
Preston Hollow is known for its private schools and beautiful estates. Space is not a limitation in this neighborhood. This is also considered as one of the oldest neighborhoods in Dallas.
Bluffview is an upscale neighborhood in north Dallas. It is bounded by Lover’s Lane on the south, Midway Road on the west, Northwest Highway on the north, and Inwood Road and the Devonshire neighborhood on the east. Bluffview is so named for its relatively hilly topography—it lies along cliffs overlooking Bachman Branch and its tributaries. Some of the cliffs the neighborhood is built on rise 50 feet over the water below. The neighborhood was originally developed as Bluff View Estates by developer John P. Stevens, also responsible for Stevens Park in Oak Cliff. In 1924, he bought a 215 acres dairy farm along Bachman Creek and developed the land into 1 acre lots. The area was annexed by Dallas in 1943. Many Bluffview residents opt to send their children to nearby private schools.
This charming neighborhood was born in the 1930s. Briarwood is located west of Inwood Road, east of Midway Road, north of Lovers Lane and south of Northwest Highway. This heavily treed neighborhood offers a variety of architectural designs mainly cottage, Tudor and bungalow style. Its proximity to the Dallas North Tollway, shops and restaurants on Lovers Lane make this a very desirable area.
Located in the heart of Dallas, the “M” Streets – McCommas Boulevard, Morningside Drive, Mercedes Avenue, Merimac Avenue and Monticello Avenue – make up a neighborhood steeped in tradition, trees and Tudor style.
The “M” Streets area has the look and feel of a private, upscale suburb: comfortable, single-family homes, landscaped lawns and tree-lined walkways. Graceful, Tudor architecture predominates. Yet this neighborhood’s urban location gives residents quick access to downtown Dallas, the city’s universities and the trendy entertainment of Uptown and Greenville Avenue. Young professionals will appreciate the quality and the convenience of an “M” Streets home. Young families will appreciate good schools and the nearby White Rock Lake. Sellers will appreciate a ready market and solid sales values.
Uptown has become one of the hottest areas in Dallas where residents and visitors are able to walk around and get a great experience when it comes to fine shopping, dinning and entertainment. Uptown Dallas lifestyle is fun and interactive as you can walk from your home to the gym, from work to shops and restaurants and even the grocery store! There is a large variety of quality housing that is affordable and offer wide architectural options from historic home style to modern. Uptown counts with exciting facilities such as the Katy Trail, Dallas Center of Performing Arts, American Airlines Center among many more.