Highland Park is considered the finest Dallas neighborhood, originally created to be a reprieve from the pressures of early 19th century life. It is unique to Dallas because it has its own Town Hall, Town Council, police, fire and emergency departments. Above all, the town is known for the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent School District, being a driving force for many families, athletes, business owners and celebrities.
Highland Park exudes charm and Architectural superiority.
who lives here
Business Tycoons, Artists, Professional Athletes and generations of families call Highland Park “Home.”
"Generations of families" choose to live in Highland Park for many reasons including Highland Park Independent School District’s exemplary rating and its renowned athletic programs. Highland Park’s community-minded people enjoy a unique lifestyle in a park-like setting. Renowned Designer Wilbur David Cook, who also planned Beverly Hills, was selected to creating a master plan for Highland Park. His progressive plan included winding streets, a town center with its own library, police and fire station and town hall, and he reserved more than 20% of the neighborhood for parks, creeks, lakes and green space. The Katy Trail connects this highly walkable neighborhood to Turtle Creek, Uptown, the Arts District as well as a growing network of trails. Highland Park residents are business and political leaders, artists, entertainers and professional sports figures.
how they live
Prominence, prestige, and power.
"Highland Park is celebrated for the distinct architecture styles." Some of the most cherished estates exist in Highland Park, dramatic homes with tile roofs, arched stone entrances and Mediterranean’s sit next to sleek contemporary works of art and English Country mansions. Also known for its spectacular landscaping and tree lined boulevards, Highland Park is a park like setting where residents are encouraged to come out and play, shop and dine at Highland Park Village and generally enjoy the gracious lifestyle that Highland Park inspires.
Bordered by Mockingbird Lane to the North, Armstrong to the South, the Katy Trail and Airline Rd to the East and Preston Road to the West.
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what to expect
A strong sense of community. Great for families.
what not to expect
Low barrier to entry.
Families. Those looking for a forever home.
not perfect for
First time home buyers.