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7149 Pasadena Avenue, Dallas, TX - $1,300,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,000 SQFT
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California Organic Modern In The Middle Of Lakewood! Bring Your Buyers Who Love The Outdoors To This Unique Property, Complete With An Unobstructed View Of The Greenbelt That Separates The Home From White Rock Lake. Grab Your Bike And Cycle The La...

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6171 Saratoga Circle, Dallas, TX - $499,500

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,855 SQFT
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This Stylish Remodel With An Open Floor Plan Is In The Coveted Stonewall Jackson Elementary School Neighborhood Of Caruth Terrace. Tastefully Updated W-2 Living Areas, A Formal Dining Room, 3 Bedrms, 2 Baths, & A 2 Car Garage This Home Boasts Wood...

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1600 Abrams Road 15, Dallas, TX - $360,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 2 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 1,612 SQFT
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Gorgeous Inside! Amazing Location! Lakewood Elementary, Walking Distance To Lakewood Theatre, Mico, Starbucks, Whole Foods, Unleavened, And So Much More! Huge 25 Foot Ceilings, Secure Gated Community, Custom Paint, Open Kitchen And Living. This Is...

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6302 Palo Pinto Avenue, Dallas, TX - $975,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,123 SQFT
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Impeccably Maintained Lakewood Heights Home That Feels Like Brand New Construction! 4 Bedrooms, 3.1 Baths, 3 Living Areas, 2 Dining Areas, Bar, Separate Study And 2-car Garage. Open Layout With Soaring Ceilings And Great Natural Light. Elegant Kit...

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6639 Ridgemont Drive, Dallas, TX - $425,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,072 SQFT
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Beautiful Ridgewood Park 3 Bedroom 2 Bath With Office Overlooking Rush Creek. Walking Distance To Katy Trail, 1.5 Miles To White Rock Lake,10 Mins. From Northpark & Smu. Updated Kitchen Includes Ceramic Tile Floors & Counter-tops, Huge Pantry And ...

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7019 La Vista Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,375,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,971 SQFT
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Beautiful New Contemporary-modern Home. Just Blocks From W.r.l And L.c.c. This Master Piece Gives New Meaning To Open Concept. From The Minute You Walk Through The Glass Door, You'll Realize That This Is A Special Home. 10ft Tall Ceilings, Led ...

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6215 Palo Pinto, Dallas, TX - $899,950

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,340 SQFT
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Beautiful New Construction In Lakewood Heights. This Well-appointed Five Bedroom Home Features Gorgeous Hardwoods Throughout W A Downstairs Office, Formal Dining & Guest Suite. Fully Equipped Kitchen W Built In Fridge, 5 Burner Cooktop, Double O...

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6250 Anita Street, Dallas, TX - $415,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,601 SQFT
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Updated Lakewood Home With Open Floor Plan, Attached 2 Car Garage And Separate Study! Amazing Details Including Built In Shelving, Recessed Lighting, Custom Light Fixtures, Updated Electrical, Tankless Water Heater, And Built In Speakers. Kitchen ...

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3939 Frontier Lane, Dallas, TX - $950,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,100 SQFT
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Gorgeous Traditional Custom Built Home Sitting Under A Canopy Of Trees On A Great Block In Lakewood Proper! This Property Boasts; 3,100 Sqft, Formal Living And Dining Rooms, Great Room, Open Kitchen And Butler’s Pantry, Hardwoods Throughout With T...

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6326 Winton Street, Dallas, TX - $299,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,190 SQFT
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Wonderful Lakewood Single Family Attached Home Is The Best Combo Of Privacy & Low-maintenance Living! No Hoa Fees! Open Floor Plan And Generous Room Sizes. Private Fenced Patio & Small Yard. Attached One-car Garage And 2-car Carport Behind Garage....

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5400 Worth Street, Dallas, TX - $389,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,887 SQFT
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Classic 3-2 Craftsman Home In Junius Heights Historic District Has Family Sensibilities With Large Rooms & Flexible Spaces. Nursery Works Perfectly In Former Study Space Off Of Master; Office Is Currently In Windowed 3rd Bedroom At Back. Extra Ro...

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Listing information last updated on August 16th, 2017 at 4:48pm CDT.

Overview

Lakewood homes for sale are located in the White Rock Lake area of Dallas, sitting directly on her western shores. At the same time, Lakewood real estate is only a few miles northeast of the downtown Dallas area. Houses in Lakewood are surrounded by several prominent historic neighborhoods, including North Stonewall Terrace, Parks Estates, Mockingbird Meadows and Lakewood Hills. Residents find accessing Interstates 45 and 30 rather easy, and areas such as Lake Highlands & Plano are easy drives.

Lakewood Real Estate Statistics

Total Lakewood Homes for Sale: 131
Average Home Price in Lakewood: $829,592
Highest Home Price in Lakewood: $2,995,000
Lowest Home Price in Lakewood: $299,000

About Lakewood Dallas Real Estate


Lakewood homes are located in the 75214 zip code of Dallas.  The area of Lakewood in Dallas TX is defined by south of E. Mockingbird Lane, north of La Vista Drive, west of White Rock Lake and east of Skillman Street.  The proximity of the Lakewood neighborhood allows residents very easy access to Central Expressway, M Streets, White Rock Lake, Swiss Avenue, downtown Dallas, Victory Park, Uptown, West Village and SMU.

Architecturally significant designs adorn the streets in Lakewood where a home buyer can find luxury listings, new construction, Tudor style, Craftsman style and real estate located on a golf course.  The golf course listings are around Lakewood Country Club.

Lakewood offers buyers options on residential real estate constructed at the beginning of the 1900's to custom, new construction homes being built today.  The pricing on Lakewood real estate starts around the mid $150,000's for condos and around the mid $250,000's for detached houses.  The high range of prices in Lakewood is around $4,000,000 with many of the larger, more updated and architecturally adorned properties pricing over $1,000,000.  Lakewood has long been a popular spot for families because of its close proximity to other popular areas.

The properties in Lakewood have a very active neighborhood association, consisting of approximately 2,900 households. Membership in this organization is voluntary, but required in order to vote on issues brought before the board. Money raised through membership dues are used for area beautification projects and funding for additional police patrols. All residents are encouraged to attend one of the quarterly meetings that take place in January, April, July and October, regardless of whether or not they are a member.

Lakewood Home Builders


Custom new construction is constantly being built in Lakewood.  However, there are no new home developments, per say.  Custom home builders are the main source of new properties in the Lakewood area.

Home builders in the area include but are not limited to: Rosewood Custom Homes, Bella Vita Custom Homes, Desco Fine Homes, Cambridge Homes and JLD Custom Homes.

Why Look at Lakewood Homes


Residents in the Lakewood area take great pride in their local community with the Lakewood Neighborhood Association.  At their site, you may explore Lakewood, keep up with crime watch, learn more about the association, meet the board & community partners.  You may also see the Association's latest news, join the Association and view upcoming events.

Lakewood County Club is the local country club for Lakewood and surrounding residents.  Opened in 1912. Lakewood Country Club's clubhouse overlooked rolled woodlands in the new East Dallas neighborhood.  A few of the Lakewood houses overlook sections of the country club golf course. 

Lakewood Country Club envisioned creating Dallas' second 18-hole golf course and hired a well-known architect from Scotland, Tom Bendelow.  Mr. Bendelow had a long career designing more than 400 golf courses.

The special course hosted the Texas Amateur in 1942 and the Dallas Victory Open in 1944.  Legendary golfer, Byron Nelson, was the champion of the 1944 Victory Open.  The Victory Open was later renamed to the Dallas Open and eventually to the Byron Nelson Classic.

Another historic attraction in the area is the Lakewood Theater.  A restored Art Deco theater originally constructed in 1938 plays host to movies, concerts, plays, corporate & private special events, film & music festivals, community gatherings & more.  You may read more about the history of the Lakewood Theater here.  The Lakewood Theater is a landmark being threatened to be torn down and it has caused a storm in the local community.  Lakewood Theater is located at Abrams Parkway in Dallas, Texas 75214.  Their phone number is 214-821-7469.  

The Lakewood Advocate is a local, neighborhood magazine published to keep residents up-to-date on the local happenings in and around Lakewood.  City Data also has a great webpage dedicated to Life in Lakewood.  The Dallas Morning News recently named a few neighborhoods, including Lakewood as one of the best neighborhoods in Dallas.  The Dallas Arboretum also is a great place for families to visit and has gardens, evening concerts and more.

The Lakewood Service League is a group of volunteers committed to improving the Lakewood & East Dallas communities.  The League contributes thousands of dollars each year to charitable & non-profit groups.

Being located on White Rock Lake means there are ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. The White Rock Lake area contains more than nine miles of hiking and biking trails, making it a perfect spot for exercising. Several trails along the lake are even pet friendly. There are also numerous picnic areas and pavilions available for public use. The Audubon Society has even certified a bird-watching area along the lake, which is home to more than 216 species of birds. Other forms of recreation for residents in Lakewood include swimming, boating and fishing.

Lakewood’s business district primarily consists of locally-owned shops and restaurants, many of which are also located in historic storefronts. The lack of big-box retailers or chain restaurants is something else that serves to preserve the neighborhood’s historic charm. Residents do not have to travel far to obtain necessary services, as everything from doctor’s offices to floral shops are located here. The United States Postal Service has a branch location on Swiss Avenue as well.

Living in Dallas Lakewood


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homes for sale lakewood dallas texasSituated on the eastern side of the city, the Lakewood area in Dallas is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods because of her historic charm and friendly residents. In fact, Lakewood real estate was ranked 9th in the nation among “big city neighborhoods” by CNN Money Magazine in 2013. From its scenic beauty to her nearly-ideal location, Lakewood is one area that is attractive to nearly everyone.

Lakewood is one of the more established neighborhoods in Dallas, consisting primarily of the real estate and homes in Lakewood dating back to the early 1900s. These well-maintained residences include a number of Tudor-style mansions and estate properties containing sprawling, well-manicured front lawns. There are also a number of single-family residences consisting of Early Ranch, Spanish and Mediterranean style, many of which are constructed from stone or stucco.

Several attractions are located in the Lakewood area such as:

  • Lakewood Country Club, which contains an 18-hole golf course and clubhouse
  • Lakewood Theater, a venue for musicals that also holds showings of classical films
  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, which hosts a number of seasonal events such as the “12 days of Christmas”

The downtown Lakewood area is also an excellent place to spend time window shopping or enjoying some delicious cuisine. This area contains everything from antique stores to fashion boutiques, so there is something to fit every taste and budget. When it comes to dining, you can enjoy everything from Italian to Mediterranean fare, including home cooking at a local favorite known as the Dixie House.

Owners of homes in Lakewood enjoy celebrating Lakewood’s most famous annual event is its Fourth of July parade, which gives out awards in categories such as best costume, most patriotic float and best theme float. Later that evening, a spectacular fireworks display lights up the sky above the Lakewood Country Club, and can be seen throughout most of the White Rock Lake area.

In autumn, residents come out for the Fall Home Festival and Tour, which is actually a fundraising event for the Lakewood Early Childhood PTA. During this festival, tours of distinct houses in the area are offered to the public, along with an auction and “piggy bank challenge” competition between elementary school classrooms. Numerous food and merchandise vendors are also on hand to help people celebrate.

A number of other festivals take place in fall, including:

  • The Great Pumpkin Festival, which takes place at the Dallas Arboretum, and includes a storybook pumpkin village containing houses made entirely from pumpkins that you can walk through.
  • The Lady of the Lake benefit, an event that includes dinner, music and a silent auction. Proceeds from this event go to benefit the Bathhouse Cultural Center at White Rock Lake and For the Love of the Lake, a preservation group dedicated to maintaining the lake.
  • White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour, which is held at five different art studios in the area, and features paintings, sculptings, mosaics and more from various local artists.

Lakewood houses are zoned to some of the top-rated schools in the Dallas Independent School District such as Lakewood Elementary School, which has received a “10” rating on Great Schools. There are also a number of private school options, including Zion Lutheran School, Holy Trinity Catholic School and Lakehill Preparatory School.

Believe it or not, there is much more that this great neighborhood has to offer residents.

Here are some additional places you can visit if you call Lakewood home:

Restaurants

The following is a list of some of the best Lakewood restaurants:

Cane Russo - Named "Best Pizza in Dallas" by D Magazine, Cane Russo uses handmade dough, house made mozzarella, and the highest quality ingredients. Its menu includes meatball lasagna (only served Friday and Saturday for dinner) along with pizzas such as Marinara, Vegetale, and Quattro Formaggi.

Unleavened Fresh Kitchen - This casual restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Its limited menu includes steel-cut oatmeal, house granola, a skinny tuna salad wrap (Seaside), and buttermilk fried chicken wrap (Weekender).

Penne Pomodoro - Penne Pomodoro offers guests a fun, lively atmosphere where they can dine on delicious Italian meals such as lasagna, baked ziti, chicken paillard, and a California pizza. 

Bangkok Inn - The Bangkok Inn serves authentic Thai cuisine made from the freshest ingredients. Menu options include peanut chicken, spicy curry noodle, Pad Thai, and spicy seafood with Thai eggplant.

Matt's Rancho Martinez - This restaurant cooks up delicious Tex-Mex such as tacos, burritos, and a deluxe dinner that includes an enchilada, tamale, and a crispy beef taco.

Baker's Ribs - On the menu at Baker's Ribs, you'll find St. Louis style ribs, smoked turkey breast, and Texas smoked brisket along with sides such as herb dill potato salad, green beans with bacon and almonds, and creamy mac & cheese. For dessert, try the delicious homemade fried pies.

Shopping

The following is some of the best shopping in Lakewood as ranked by Yelp.

Kit and Ace - Kit and Ace carries both men's and women's clothing such as T-shirts, dresses, long-sleeve T-shirts, pants, sweaters, and jackets.

Meadows Museum Shop - The Meadows Museum Shop is where you can purchase a wide variety of books, unique gifts, and jewelry. Its children section includes art sets and fun toys.

Jonathan Adler - If you're looking to decorate your new home, head to Jonathan Adler. There you'll discover sofas, benches, daybeds, dining room tables, book ends, bowls, mirrors, embellished pillows, and so much more. 

Iota - Iota is known for showcasing the best contemporary artists who work in metal, clay, wood, glass, and mixed media. Items include jewelry, paintings, games, and toys.

Culwell & Son - This shop carries boy's sportswear, T-shirts, jeans, and jackets, as well as men's pants, sports coats, and suits.

Into the Garden - Into the Garden allows you to decorate your outdoor space with wicker furniture, wrought iron tables, ottomans, teak benches, rocking chairs, and chaise lounges.

Things to Do

Reunion Tower - The Reunion Tower offers fantastic panoramic views from the GeO-Deck. It's also home to Kaleidoscope Gifts, Cloud Nine Cafe, and Wolfgang Pucks Five Sixty restaurant.

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza - Located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building, this museum takes an in-depth look at the life, death, and legacy of President Kennedy. Visitors will watch news footage and see original evidentiary areas as well as artifacts.

Crow Collection of Asian Art - This museum's collection contains more than six hundred master works of art from places such as China, Japan, and India. Works include scrolls, architectural pieces, and paintings, some of which date back to the 10th century.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science - Spanning 18,000 square feet, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has five floors of hands-on activities, exhibits, and much more.

African American Museum - The collection at the African American Museum includes fine art that dates from the 1800s to present, African masks, textiles, and sculptures.

The Bomb Factory - The Bomb Factory hosts musical acts and other events such as a Mardi Gras gala and a free Super Bowl watch party.

For more general information, or to look at available homes in Lakewood, please contact our Dallas Realtors at 972-342-0000 or through our website.

If you would like to learn more about Lakewood homes for sale, contact one of our Real Estate Agents in Dallas via telephone at 972-342-0000 or on the email contact form.  We look forward to helping you with real estate in Dallas Lakewood.

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