Located just southwest of downtown Dallas, Kessler Parkwas intended to be developed as a neighborhood for Dallas’ most privileged. Today, its rolling hills, beautiful lakes and lush greenscape still create the perfect backdrop for those looking to live in a lush setting just minutes from all the big city amenities. Oak Cliff is made up of a cluster of neighborhoods including: Stevens Park, Kessler Park,Wynnewood Hills, Winnetka Heights Historic District and Bishop Arts.
One of the early established neighborhoods in Dallas, Kessler Park is known for its rich history and artsy, hip vibe.
who lives here
Kessler Park is a society that embraces its cultural identity and celebrates its individuality.
Residents of all walks-of-life are attracted to Kessler Park, singles, families, artisans, professionals, and empty-nesters. The strong Kessler Park community hosts regular events which draw in large crowds from all over Dallas, ranging from Parades, cook outs, Wine Tastings, and the crazy popular annual Bastille on Bishop, a celebration of everything French.
how they live
While preserving its architectural history, both preservationists and well as Contemporary enthusiasts coexist.
With an abundant selection of cottages and bungalows , the Kessler Park area provides a great opportunity for those looking to renovate or build. Many conservationists have moved into the area, updating original Craftsman and Mediterranean style homes while preserving their architectural integrity. New developments like Kessler Reserve combine a pastoral setting with modern style and accessibility for those seeking a Contemporary abode.
Bordered by I-30 to the North, I-20 to the South, 35-E to the East and Loop 12 to the West.
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what to expect
A strong sense of community. Great for first time Homebuyers and families. An urban feel with convenient walkability.
what not to expect
Don’t expect estate lot acreage.
Families, artists, musicians, and they that appreciate Kessler Park’s rolling topography and rich history.
not perfect for
Those who don’t like to enjoy the outdoors or want a diverse neighborhood.