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9718 Amberley Drive, Dallas, TX - $286,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,343 SQFT
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Fabulous Pristine Traditional Tutor Style Home In Quiet, Established Neighborhood In N Dallas With Majestic Towering Trees. Beautiful Tile Foyer Opens To Wood Floors In Over-sized Dr Featuring Vaulted Ceiling, Decorative Moldings And Medallion Abo...

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19032 Bilbrokk Lane, Dallas, TX - $205,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,535 SQFT
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Great Location, Location, Location...beautiful And Quiet Neighborhood. Large Windows, Cozy Windows Seats, Formal Dining Area & Kitchen Features. A Covered Patio With A Nice-sized Yard Makes The Home Perfect For Entertaining. This Is A Lovely Well ...

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4211 N Capistrano Drive, Dallas, TX - $411,699

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,559 SQFT
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Beautifully Updated Dallas Home In Sought After Parkway Village In Plano Isd Close To George Bush And Dallas North Tollway. California Courtyard At Entrance. Stunning Chandelier Lights Up Open Floor Plan And Warm Wood Floors. Wainscoting In Din...

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555 S Cesar Chavez Boulevard, Dallas, TX - $565,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 3 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 2,238 SQFT
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Urban Chic And Sophistication Describe This 4 Level Luxury Townhouse!! Stunning Views Of The Downtown Dallas Skyline From The Rooftop Terrace!! Reminiscent Of A Brownstone Walkup, This Exquisite Home Is A Short Walk To The Farmers Market, Deep Ell...

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2518 Dorrington Drive, Dallas, TX - $315,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,646 SQFT
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Upgrades Galore! Beautiful Updated Gem In The Highly Sought After East Dallas Claremont Subdivision Near White Rock Lake. Inviting Slate Front Porch Welcomes You Home. Modern, Rich Toned Hand Scraped Wood Floors Throughout. Spacious Living Roo...

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7208 Brentfield Drive, Dallas, TX - $525,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,792 SQFT
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Gorgeous 1 Story Single Family Home With Recently Remodeled Kitchen And Bathrooms. Quartzite Countertops And Stainless Steel Appliances. Professional Viking Stove And Oven. Finished 2 Car Garage With A New Garage Door. New Roof And New Energy Effi...

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11348 Lippitt Avenue, Dallas, TX - $249,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,293 SQFT
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Spacious Open Floor Plan With Plenty Of Natural Light. June 2017 Renovated Master Bath Shower, Replaced Garage Door And Front Door, Installed Wood Flooring In Living Area And Hallway. Entire Interior Freshly Painted. Wide Galley Kitchen With Grani...

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1013 Hollywood Avenue, Dallas, TX - $235,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,260 SQFT
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Adorable Historic Home That Has Been Given New Life. This Home Has Undergone A Complete Renovation! Upgrades Include Beautiful Brand New Hardwood Floors, Granite Countertops, Brand New Carpet, New Roof, New Hvac, New Windows, Stainless Steel Appli...

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5614 Swiss Avenue, Dallas, TX - $1,200,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.2 Baths
  • 4,086 SQFT
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Gracious Living In The Swiss Avenue Historic District. Built In 1919, This Gorgeous 4,086 Square Foot Home Sits On A Half-acre Lot And Was Lovingly Restored And Updated In 2016. This Home Features Four Bedrooms Upstairs; A Formal Living Room, Alon...

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7704 Queens Garden Drive, Dallas, TX - $500,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,719 SQFT
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Beautiful, Bright And Cheery Will Catch Your Eye Upon Entering. Flexible Layout. Opportunity Is Here To Design Your Own Dream Kitchen. You Will See The Space Available To Create The Extraordinaire. Priced Below Market To Allow You To Make This Yo...

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5027 Bradford Drive, Dallas, TX - $424,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,754 SQFT
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Prepare To Be Amazed – This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home Is On The Edge Of Every Great Thing Dallas Has To Offer. Minutes From Uptown & 10 Minute Commute To Downtown, While In A Cozy, Mature, & Welcoming Neighborhood. Renovated From Floor To Ceiling, Up...

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Dallas TX homes for sale are generally divided into several smaller sections. The main Dallas real estate areas are South Dallas, North Dallas, East Dallas and Northwest Dallas. The real estate in Dallas is then separated into smaller areas like Preston Hollow, Midway Hollow, Lake Highlands, Lakewood and more. Arising out of prominence in the oil & cotton industries, Dallas is the third largest city in The State of Texas but the forth most populous metropolitan area in The United States.

Dallas TX Real Estate Statistics

Total Dallas TX Homes for Sale: 2,244
Average Home Price in Dallas TX: $955,251
Highest Home Price in Dallas TX: $48,900,000
Lowest Home Price in Dallas TX: $175,000

Dallas Texas Real Estate

Dallas has a population of over one million people and is surrounded by many suburbs making a total area population of over seven million residents in DFW. Dallas has its own county - Dallas County.  Dallas real estate consists of single-detached houses, condos and townhouses.  Prices on real estate in Dallas ranges from below $100,000 to well over $5,000,000.

Certain areas of Dallas will have something for every buyer in every price range.  If buyers are seeking luxury homes, they would be directed to areas like Bent Tree, Bluffview, Caruth Hills, Churchill Way, Devonshire, certain downtown Dallas condo developments and buildings, Forest Hills, Greenway Parks, Kessler Park, Midaway Hollow, North Dallas, the Park Cities, Preston Hollow and the area of real estate around SMU.

If buyers are looking for more reasonable Dallas TX real estate, perhaps we would advise them to search in the following areas: Bishop Arts District, Bryan Place, Casa Linda, Devinshire, Disney Streets, East Dallas, Lakewood, the M Streets, Lake Highlands, Northwest Dallas, North Oak Cliff and White Rock Lake areas.

Condos in Dallas?  Got to be in the downtown Dallas, Uptown, West Village, Bryan Place, Farmers Market and Victory Park.  Read below and we will give you all the information you need on real estate for sale in Dallas TX.

As mentioned above, the prices on Dallas TX real estate can range from $100,000 to over $5,000,000.  The list below will give you the prices in Dallas and the neighborhoods and areas where the corresponding properties to each price range may be found.

Over $1,000,000

These luxury houses in Dallas may be found in several of the areas and neighborhoods of the city.  While $1,000,000 may seem like a lofty price range, Dallas offers plenty of areas in which buyers may find the homes listed over the one million dollar mark.

Buyers may find luxury listings in Dallas over $1,000,000 in the following areas:  Midway Hollow, Preston Hollow, Victory Park, Bent Tree, The Arts District, Uptown, Caruth Hills.

Dallas Real Estate by Zip Code

75201 75202 75203
75204 75205 75206
75208 75209 75212
75214 75218 75219
75220 75225 75228
75229 75230 75231
75235 75238 75243
75244 75248 75252

New Home Builders in Dallas Texas

Dallas is a hub of constant new construction homes.  Some of the top new home builders in Dallas include but are not limited to - American Legend Homes, Meritage Homes, Plantation Homes, KB HomesBelclaire Homes, Ashton Woods, Grand Homes, Pulte Homes, Our Country Homes, Centex Homes, Dunhill Homes, Wall Homes, Coventry Homes, Jauregui Architects, Sharif Munir, Darling Homes, Meritage Homes, Ryland Homes, David Weekley Homes, D.R. Horton Homes and Lennar Homes.

The following neighborhoods and projects are of new construction houses for sale in Dallas Texas:

Bordeaux at Lake Highlands - These new Dallas listings are priced from $634,990 – $832,936.  These Lake Highlands houses for sale in Dallas give buyers choices of plans between three and six bedrooms with approximately 2500 to 4000 square feet.  The Bordeaux at Lake Highlands is being constructed by Coventry.

Enclave at Live Oak - These townhouses for sale in Dallas are being built by David Weekely and are priced from $470,990 – $569,686.  Located in the 75204 zip code, these Oak Lawn properties give buyers the option of two floor plans on three stories with three bedrooms and three full bathrooms.

Architectural Styles of Homes in Dallas

The following styles of houses are the most popular architectural styles of real estate in Dallas, other than the traditional style of home - which are the large majority of properties in Dallas.

Condos - Condos for sale in Dallas are located in most all areas of city.  However, some areas of Dallas consist of just condos.  Those areas are the Arts District, Bryan Place, Deep Ellum, Farmers Market, Oak Lawn, Uptown, State Thomas, Victory Park and West Village.

Contemporary & Modern - found in several areas of the city, contemporary and modern properties for sale in Dallas can be found by buyers in the following areas: North Dallas, Northwest Dallas, East Dallas, South Dallas, Bent Tree, Bluffview, Churchill Way, Disney Streets, Forest Hills, Kessler Park, Midway Hollow, Northeast Dallas, North Oak Cliff, Preston Hollow and Stevens Park.

Popular Dallas Areas

Bent Tree - Developed in the late 1970's to the early 1990's, these Dallas houses give buyers luxury, a nearby golf course, higher-end properties and larger lots.  The area is set in what is considered Far North Dallas with some listings zoned to the Dallas Independent School District and others zoned to the Plano Independent School District.  However, all of the homes in Bent Tree will have City of Dallas addresses and services.  The prices range from approximately $200,000 for small condo units to over $5,000,000 for palaces within the area.  The Bent Tree Country Club serves as the local club for many of the golf enthusiasts and residents of the nearby neighborhoods.

Bluffview - Known as one of Dallas' more elite areas, the homes in Dallas Bluffview price from approximately $500,000 to over $5,000,000.  On the highend, luxury side, buyers in Bluffview will find sprawling luxury estates over 8,000 square feet (some over 13,000 square feet) on over an acre of land within the heart of Dallas.  Although zoned to the Dallas Independent School District, the Dallas real estate for sale in Bluffview offer buyers easy access to some of the top private schools in Dallas.  The Bluffview area is also an easy five minute commute to Love Field Airport and approximately ten minutes to downtown Dallas. 

Caruth Hills - Located on the edge of University Park, these Dallas real estate listings get the benefits of zoning to the Highland Park ISD.  Some of the lower priced listings in Dallas Caruth Hills area are zoned to the Dallas Independent School District.  However, most buyers choose this area of Dallas because of the houses zoned to Highland Park ISD.  When looking in Caruth Hills, buyers can expect to pay over $1,000,000 for the properties which fall into the Highland Park schools.  With the price of $1,000,000 plus, these buyers will find homes over 4000 square feet.

Churchill Way - Located on the west side of Central Expressway near Medical City and Hillcrest, the homes for sale in Dallas Churchill Way tend to be on the pricier side of area's real estate with an average price close to $1,400,000.  Buyers will find these houses to have mostly been built from about the 1970's to today.  Churchill Way in Dallas offers excellent location for owners needing easy access to Love Field, downtown Dallas, the SMU area, 635 and Central Expressway.

Devonshire - One of Dallas' more popular pocket neighborhoods, Devonshire homes for sale in Dallas are located near Highland Park, on the west side of the North Dallas Tollway.  The average prices in Devonshire run around $1,500,000 and the area rarely has listings under the $1,000,000 mark.  Although zoned to the Dallas Independent School District, the area offers access to some of the best private schools in the area.  Buyers also enjoy Devonshire real estate due to its close proximity to the North Dallas Tollway, downtown Dallas and Love Field Airport.

Disney Streets - A really "cool" pocket area of Dallas homes located in the Northwest area of the city.  These houses for sale on the Disney Streets are predominately ranch style and mid-century modern houses built when that style was most popular in Dallas - around the 1960's. The area of the Disney Streets tries hard to maintain its original character of the homes.  However, some new construction builds do exist in the area, but buyers will still mostly find those ranch and mid-century modern properties they are seeking.   Prices on these run a buyer from approximately $500,000 to $800,000, with new construction pricing over $1,000,000.

Downtown Dallas - When buyers want Downtown Dallas, what they are mainly describing are condos.  Downtown will offer buyers some great selections of condos, townhouses and lofts.  Most condos and townhouses in Downtown will price from approximately $200,000 to $600,000.  However, some of the penthouse units in downtown buildings can run over $1,000,000.

Forest Hills - Another area in Dallas set near White Rock Lake.  More expensive than neighboring Casa Linda, the homes for sale in Forest Hills price from approximately $600,000 to $2,000,000.  Forest Hills has excellent proximity to White Rock Lake as the area is just across Garland Road on the south side of the Lake.  Forest Hills real estate also offers buyers great proximity to downtown Dallas and Love Field Airport.

Greenland Hills - The original section now known as Dallas' M Streets, the homes in Dallas Greenland Hills are protected as a conservation district.  Dating as far back as almost a century, these properties offer buyers an excellent opportunity to purchase an original piece of Dallas.  The listings in Greenland Hills are mostly of Tudor and Craftsman Style which are styles of original architecture a lot of buyers still desire.

Greenway Parks - Neighbors of Bluffview and Devonshire, the homes for sale in Dallas Greenway Parks are priced almost between the large estates in Bluffview and the smaller houses in Devonshire.

Best Schools in Dallas Area

Interested in the best school districts in Dallas real estate?  Look in the Park Cities and Lake Highlands areas.  The Park Cities is zoned to the Highland Park ISD and Lake Highlands is zoned to the Richardson Independent School District.  Both the Highland Park ISD and Richardson ISD are very highly rated among the school districts in the State of Texas.

Best Private Schools in Dallas

Many owners of homes in Dallas choose to send their children to some of the top private schools in the State of Texas which are located right here in Dallas.  Most of these private schools will be found near the Northwest Dallas areas and Preston Hollow areas.  Some of the best private schools in Dallas are St. Marks School of Texas, Hockaday School, ESD, Greenhill, Lamplighter, Ursuline Academy and more.  For a comprehensive list of the best private schools in Dallas, contact our Dallas Realtors for more information about the schools within the area you are searching.

Living in Dallas Texas

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Dallas, TX, is a major city and one of the highest populated cities in the nation. It is the largest metropolitan area in the south and is also the largest in the nation that has no links to the sea. The city boasts a booming economic industry and remains a continually growing city.

One of the best things about the city of Dallas is that it has a diverse culture, offers a great quality of life and contains many diverse communities. It also has a rich history that is attractive to a number of different demographics.

Because of its diversity, Dallas is a great place for businesses. Many of the businesses located in Dallas are members of the Fortune 500 list, which means there is ample opportunity for employment. Some of the major employers in the city are Texas Health ResourcesTexas InstrumentsSouthwest Airlines and American Airlines Group.

If you are relocating to Dallas or know of somebody who is, a great site to visit is  There you can learn about hotels, places to visit, restaurants, things to do, events and more.  While visiting Dallas & looking for that new home, may we suggest checking out the Dallas Zoo.


For the Sports fans, check the local schedules of Dallas' professional sports teams and schedule a time to take the family to see a game - Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars Hockey, Dallas Cowboys or FC Dallas.

Any member of the Dallas population will know that the city is extremely serious about their sports teams. One of the most popular sports teams in the city is the pro-football team Dallas Cowboys, whose new stadium resides in nearby Arlington. Over the years, the team has brought home 5 Super Bowl Championships, 10 Conference Championships and 22 Division Championships. They have also appeared in the playoffs 31 times.

The Dallas Mavericks are also a popular team in Dallas. They are owned by controversial and outspoken owner Mark Cuban and are a fantastic addition to the NBA. Currently, they have one national championship in 2011, 2 conference titles and 3 division titles.


Dallas was originally founded because of its unique location. It offered many advantages for traders because it was located on the Preston Trail and was a great river crossing location. As settlers began moving into the city, they found that the soil was just right for growing crops. These settlers began spreading the word about the fantastic conditions in Dallas and the population quickly began multiplying.

In just 18 years, the city was officially incorporated as Dallas, with an original population of just 2,000. The following year, the city was growing so quickly that it was experiencing a housing shortage. Like the rest of the country, Dallas experienced difficult hardship during the Great Depression. However, oil was eventually discovered and the city was reborn once more.

From this point, small businesses were able to establish themselves in the city and the population continued to grow. Today, we still see the effects of a booming economy throughout the city. It has grown to be the nation's third-largest technology center and is home to over 100,000 businesses and 1,500 corporate headquarters, making it 4th on Forbes list of corporate headquarters.

Housing Market

Since Dallas is such a growing city, the housing market is always seeing huge expansions. Late in 2015, home sellers in North Dallas were especially seeing a booming housing market. Often, they were given multiple offers that were over their original asking price. In fact, the entire area was seeing a housing shortage, which caused prices to soar by around 8.7%.

Naturally, the city saw a huge decrease in home prices during the Great Recession. But, since that time, home prices have risen 15% from where they were before the recession began. Denver and Austin are also cities that are recovering from the recession well, but they are currently only at 13% above original home prices.

Some were concerned about this huge uptick in home purchases and prices, saying it was possible the housing market would eventually lose momentum. However, analysts say this will not be the case because of the number of jobs that are continually being added.

Along with presenting great opportunities to its residents, Dallas is also a great city because of the many amenities it has to offer. Here are some of the things you will be able to experience when you move to the city.

School Districts

The largest school district in Dallas is the Dallas Independent School District. It consists of 238 schools and is responsible for the bulk of the city's education system. Over the years, this school district has gone to great lengths to cut down on the number of drop-outs it sees. Its hard work paid off and by 2009 the graduation rate went up 43.5%. From this point, Dallas schools continue to improve and have shown great progress.

Now, there are a number of top rated schools in the district. For example, for elementary children, Mcculloch Intermediate, Hyer Elementary and George Bannerman Dealey are all schools that have high test scores and ratings. There are also a number of specialty schools that parents can choose for their children, such as the School of Science and Engineering, the School of Health Professions and the School for the Talented and Gifted. These all help prepare high school students for a specific path after graduation.

Arts, Music and Entertainment

When it comes to entertainment, arts and music, Dallas is a great place to be. If you are looking to develop your own talent, or that of your children, the Dallas Academy of Music and Performing Arts is a fantastic selection. Here, music classes, education and performing arts programs are provided to students from age 3 and up.

The Dallas Museum of Art is also a great addition to the art scene in Dallas. Art exhibitions and displays are located here throughout the year, and you can also attend many programs that help you appreciate the arts even more.

The entertainment industry is also alive and exciting in Dallas. Just about every top performer plays in Dallas when they are on tour. Plus, you have the opportunity to catch many of the best ballet, opera and theater performances in the country.

If you're into a little more culture with your entertainment in Dallas, check out the Dallas Summer Musicals or The Dallas Theater Center.  You may also see what events are coming to Dallas at the AT&T Performing Arts Center/Winspear Opera House.

If you're visiting Dallas and looking for that next home in late September to early October, be sure to stop by the annual State Fair of Texas in Dallas.  "Hosted" by Big Tex, the State Fair in Dallas' Fair Park offers visitors games on the Midway, rides, exhibits, concerts, the auto show showcasing all new year models and upcoming cars/trucks, food, food, & more fried food, beer, wine and the yearly Red River Rivalry between Texas & Oklahoma.


Foodie?  Dallas has lots to offer in the way of the Dallas Farmers Market including such programs as cooking classes, seasonal vegetables & fruits, meats to fit all tastes and farmer profiles.  

Another great pastime for those living in Dallas is finding new and exciting restaurants to enjoy. There are well over 3,000 restaurants in the city, a number of which are award-winning. According to D Magazine, Zagat and 10 Best, some of the top restaurants you will want to visit in Dallas this year are:

  • The French Room
  • Jimmy's Food Store
  • Kenny's Wood Fire Grill
  • Pappas Bros Steakhouse
  • Rise no. 1


There are also plenty of fantastic shopping malls and centers in Dallas. One of the most popular is North Park Center, which is arguably the most popular mall in the city. There is a huge variety of stores in this mall and you will definitely be able to find what you are looking for.

Galleria Dallas is also a popular shopping location. Along with shopping, you can enjoy some fabulous dining and other amenities. For example, during the winter, guests are able to enjoy ice skating and beautiful Christmas decorations when they visit this shopping area.

If you are considering making the move to Dallas, TX, these are all things that will help you enjoy your time in the city even more. Dallas is a fantastic city to live in and has an unlimited amount of benefits to offer its residents. To learn more about making the move to Dallas, contact us today.

East Dallas Neighborhoods

Albrights Anita Heights Belmont
Bob O Links Caruth Terrace Casa Linda
City Scape Plaza Towhomes Cloisters Estates College Hill
Country Club Estates Crestview Delmar Heights
Eastwood Estates Enclave at Live Oak Forest Hills
Gaston Place Gastonwood Geneva Heights
Greenland Hills Greenville Crest Interurban Hill
Junius Heights Lakeland Terrace Lakeshore Hills
Lakeside Hills Lakeview Heights Lakeway
Levingston Place Llano Place Lochwood
Montebello Park Munger Place Peavy Woods
Ridgewood Park Sherwood Glen University Terrace
Vickery Park Vickery Place Westlake Park
Wilshire Heights    

Far North Dallas Neighborhoods

Amber Trails Bent Trail Bent Tree
Bonaventure Condos Briar Ridge Estates Cambridge Gate
Coterie Glen Abbey Green Park
Harbord Oaks Estates Haverwood Meadows Highland Creek Manor
Highlands North Highlands of McKamy Hillcrest Manor
Northpointe Northview Northwood Hills
Oak Tree Oakdale Preston Creek North
Preston Green North Preston Manor Estates Preston Meadows
Preston Trails Prestonwood Tioga
Village at Frankford Whispering Springs Williamsburg

North Dallas Neighborhoods

Aberdeen Place Brookshire Park Creeks of Preston Hollow
Crestmanor Estates El Parado Eudora Estates
Forest Creek Glen Lakes Hillcrest Estates
Hillcrest Park Hockaday Manor Hockaday Square
Huffhines Hill Hyde Park Estates Inwood Road Estates
Iris Hollow Jackson Heights Janmar Circle
Kelman Park Kelsey Square Kramer
Lake Forest Lansdowne Estates Les Jardins
Lobello Estates Los Arboles Luna Park Estates
Manchester Place Meaders Place Melshire Estates
Midway Forest Northaven Preston Highlands
Preston Meadows Preston Royal Rockbrook Estates
Royal Crest Russwood Acres Schreiber Manor
Skibell Sunnybrook Estates Verbena
Waggoner Place Windsor Park  

Northeast Dallas Neighborhoods

Alexanders Village Bill Brownes Farm Bordeaux at Lake Highlands
Caribou Estates Country Forest Dahman
Elizabeth Heights Forest Meadows Fountainhead
Foxfire Glenwood Estates High Meadows
Highlands West Jackson Meadows Kelman Heights
Kingsley Creek Kingsley Crossing Kingsley Meadows
Lake North Estates Lake Ridge Estates Lakeland Hills
Laurel Valley Meadowcliff Estates Mediterranean Gardens
Merion at Midtown Merriman Park Estates Moss Farm
Moss Meadows Northwood Estates Oak Highlands Estates
Oak Tree Village Oakhurst Oaks
Pebble Creek Promontory Rolling Trails
Rosewood Garden Royal Highlands Topaz Estates
Town Creek Urban Reserve  

Northwest Dallas Neighborhoods

Chapel Downs Davilla Drive Estates Forest Knoll Estates
Frenchmans Creek Glen Cove Glenridge Estates
Kenilworth Estates Meadow Park Midway Hills
Northway Park Forest Park Royal
Royal Chapel Estates Royal Hills Sparkman Club Estates
Walnut Hill Manor Webster Grove  
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