My Favorite Neighborhoods for Mid-century Modern Homes
White Rock/Lakewood/Lake Highlands -
- Despite their close proximity to Downtown Dallas, the tree-lined, rolling streets of the Lake Districts help them maintain their small town charm - making them popular with families and young professionals. In addition to having beautiful White Rock Lake as their highlight, the Dallas Arboretum, Bath House Cultural Center, golf courses (private and public) and Samuell Grand Park offer residents a multitude of venues for entertainment and leisure.
- Other neighborhoods in and around the Lake Districts include: Lochwood, Little Forest Hills/Forest Hills, Casa Linda, Casa View (home to an enclave of Cliff May Homes) Lake Park Estates and Merriman Park/University Manor.
Oak Cliff/Kessler Park -
- Separated from the rest of the city by the Trinity River but only a stone's throw to Downtown, Oak Cliff boasts its unique independence, identity and history. Oak Cliff is well known for its impeccably landscaped neighborhoods and exceptional housing values. It is also home to many boutique shops, art galleries and a variety of cultural and recreational activities that allow for a high quality of life.
- Other neighborhoods in and around Oak Cliff include: Steven's Park, Wynnewood Village, Kiestwood, Kessler Woods, Winnetka Heights and Bishop Arts.
Midway Hollow/Midway Hills -
- Other neighborhoods in and around Midway Hollow/Hills include: Disney Streets, Sparkman Club
My Favorite Areas for New Architect Designed Modern Homes
- Urban Reserve - an award winning development located east of 1-75 in Dallas. UR is set upon 13 acres and has access to a variety of popular spots, including parks and trails. This modernist community was designed to be a place of architectural design, tranquility, "green living" and energy efficiency.
- Urban Commons - COMING SOON
- Uptown East/East Village