Located just North of University Park lies Preston Hollow, Dallas’s premier estate area.  Initially a 56-acre farm, De-Loache and Al Joyce developed Preston Hollow in the 1930s. Preston Road was the area's only connection to Downtown Dallas.For many years exceptional and distinguished estate homes in Dallas were associated with the original Preston Hollow Estate Neighborhoods.

preston hollow

Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous…Home to Marc Cuban and George W Bush.

who lives here

You don’t have to be an oil tycoon to live here but it may help pay the mortgage.

Preston Hollow is home to many of the who’s who of Dallas, from past Presidents to T. Boone Pickens as well as Dallas’s business, arts and political Leaders.These residents also tend to be families with school age children who attend one of the many nearby private schools such as St. Marks School of Texas, the Hockaday School and Episcopal School of Dallas.

how they live


You might call it “dreamlike estate” because Preston Hollow is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Dallas. Named for the deep-wooded area with creeks and hollows, if you can afford the price tag, you can enjoy the luxury of privacy, security and the regard that comes with living in Preston Hollow. Renowned Architects have designed landmark estates because the topography and lot sizes permitted them to create dramatic homes in lush settings.


Bordered by Forest Lane to the North, Northwest Highway to the South,Inwood Road to the East and Hillcrest Road to the West.


You Will Fall In Love With

Preston Hollow’s tree-lined streets and beautiful neighborhoods.

housing market

Preston Hollow is one of the few places that still offers multi-acre parcels of land that provide a sense of privacy and expansive view all within a few miles from downtown. It is still possible to find ranch or mid-century homes on large lots but the opportunities are becoming fewer and further between. Most recently, Builders and end-users are redeveloping these properties into eclectic and modern two-story homes.    



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what to expect

An easy commute to just about anywhere in Dallas.  Lots of families.  Luxury shopping at Northpark Center, Preston Center or the Galleria Mall.  All of the modern conveniences within a short driving distance

what not to expect

Cookie cutter homes.  Multi-family developments. Walkability.

perfect for

People who prefer large outdoor spaces and eclectic homes in green and quiet settings.

not perfect for

People who like high-density living and night life or are looking for a starter home.