DALLAS

Did you know the Dallas Skyline was voted the Best Skyline in the World by USA today readers? Bright, unique, authentic and interesting not only describes the Dallas skyline, but also its people, neighborhoods, architecture, history, sports and real estate. View our site for the many neighborhoods Dallas and the surrounding Cities hold. Want to take a deeper dive? Contact Colin and let’s view Dallas homes for sale that capture your attention… and heart!

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Addison

Addison Kaboom Town!® has been named among the top fireworks shows in the entire country. The dazzling show was named the #2 Independence Day fireworks display by Yahoo.com, and is ranked as one of the top 10 fireworks displays in the country by USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and Travel + Leisure Magazine. Contact a Lardner Group team member today to explore homes for sale in Addison!

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Bishop Arts

The Bishop Arts district is located in the heart of North Oak Cliff and is home to over 61 independent boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and art galleries, making it one of Dallas’ most interesting neighborhoods. The area continues to emerge as a hip, architectural rich, fun place to both live and play. Contact a Lardner Group associate for more information and a tour of homes for sale in Bishop Arts!

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Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum is Dallas’ headquarters for live music. Looking for Dallas’ live music HQ? Get down to Deep Ellum and enjoy a fabulous array of blues, jazz, hip hop, rock and everything in between. Oh. And don’t miss out on the multitude of amazing restaurants, both old and new. For a deep dive in homes for sale in Deep Ellum contact Colin and the Lardner Group team!

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Downtown Dallas

Known as the Central Business District, Downtown Dallas continues to transform by developing its beautiful arts scene, urban green spaces, fine dining, renovated buildings and luxurious shopping. The hustle and bustle of professionals by day and nightlife experiences and entertainment after dark will keep you hopping and entertained!

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East Dallas

East Dallas is generally considered to be the area in the east part of the city of Dallas that lies east of Central Expressway/75 and downtown Dallas, north of Fair Park, west of the cities of Mesquite and Garland and south of the Lake Highlands area of northeast Dallas. Although East Dallas was once a separate city from Dallas (it was annexed by Dallas in 1890), it has no official boundaries.

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East Village Dallas

A neighborhood featuring unique modern homes has finally emerged! Welcome to East Village Dallas. New construction homes for sale are available showcasing modern homes like no other area of Dallas. East Village Dallas has arrived! Contact Colin today for new homes for sale and lease!

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Frisco

Frisco is a booming part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Downtown, the Frisco Heritage Museum displays antiques, vintage cars and railroad memorabilia. The National Videogame Museum has rare gaming consoles and arcade machines. Next door, Sci-Tech Discovery Center offers hands-on exhibits for children. In recent years the area has attracted the Frisco Rough Riders, Dallas Stars Training facility and the Frisco Star, home to the Dallas Cowboys new practice facility! (use a photo of the Dallas Cowboys Practice Facility “The Star”)

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Henderson

Nestled between East Village Dallas, Lower Greenville Avenue, M-Streets and Ross Avenue, rests the trendy Henderson Avenue Corridor, the eclectic-friendly sister street to “Knox-Henderson” named for the two primary roads that connect over U.S. Highway 75. An abundance of shops, bars and eateries radiate in multiple directions while the neighborhood manages to maintain its character central Dallas location.

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HIGHLAND PARK

Highland Park is a town in central Dallas and is among the five wealthiest locations in Texas, and the most affluent suburb of Dallas. As one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Dallas, Highland Park is a spectacular place to live. One of the most appealing aspects of this high-class spot is its beautiful parks, manicured landscaping, highly rated public schools and its own Police department. Contact Colin for fabulous Highland Park Homes for sale today!

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Knox

Nestled between Uptown, Highland Park, Henderson Avenue, rests the Knox Street, the more upscale sister street to “Knox-Henderson” named for the two primary roads that connect over U.S. Highway 75. An abundance of trendy shops, restaurants, furniture stores and new apartments populate the neighborhood that has emerged as a premier central Dallas local place to shop, eat and connect.

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Lake Highlands

Lake Highlands constitutes most of Northeast Dallas and touches Richardson on the north, Garland on the east, White Rock Lake and East Dallas on the south, and Lakewood and North Dallas on the west.The neighborhood is a dazzling collection of multiple subdivisions all served by Richardson public schools, as well as an array of private schools.

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Lakewood

Lakewood proper is surrounded by a collection of historically significant neighborhoods, including Lakewood Heights, Junius Heights Historic District (Bungalow Heaven), Parks Estates, North Stonewall Terrace, Caruth Terrace, Wilshire Heights, Mockingbird Heights, Mockingbird Meadows, The Gated Cloisters, Hillside, Lakewood Hills (formerly Gastonwood-Coronado Hills), Hollywood Heights, and Belmont; among others.

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M-Streets

The homes original to the M-Streets and Greenland Hills date back to the 1920s, with most representing the Tudor architectural style. Original details, such as stained glass windows, arches, and hardwood floors have been conserved. The area is also known as the M Streets due to two major streets (McCommas and Monticello) and many of the minor streets starting with the letter M. Call Today for a fresh list of homes for sale in the M-Streets!

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Midway Hollow

Thanks to location, location, location and nestled just north of Love Field and West of Old Preston Hollow, Midway Hollow is the more affordable alternative to the grander lifestyles found just to the east in Preston Hollow. No longer the secret it once was, new construction homes the past decade have transformed this rapid “up and comer” neighborhood.

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Oak Lawn

Nestled between Highland Park and Uptown, Oak Lawn has often been referenced as the center of Dallas’ gay community. The neighborhood bars and clubs draw big crowds each weekend, however there remain quieter streets of charming old duplexes, homes and botique apartments. Plus the luxurious high rise living along beautiful Turtle Creek offers “lock and leave it” high rise living.

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Park Cities

Park Cities is the name commonly used to reference two communities in Dallas County, Texas – the Town of Highland Park and the City of University Park. It is one of the wealthiest areas of all Dallas/Ft. Worth and is comfortably nestled between Uptown and Preston Hollow.

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Plano

Plano is an established, yet growing, city in thriving North Texas. The Heritage Farmstead Museum is a restored 19th-century farm with original tools and furniture, plus a replica 1895 schoolroom. The Interurban Railway Museum traces the history of the Texas Electric Railway, and has a vintage rail car. Trails wind through a nature preserve in Oak Point Park. Northeast of town is Southfork Ranch, made famous as the setting for the TV series “Dallas.”

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Preston Hollow

Preston Hollow is home to many of the wealthiest people in Dallas — and a former president of the United States. While the area boasts some of Dallas’ largest estate size lots, many of its streets are occupied by modest ranch-style homes and cottages. Local residents enjoy the neighborhood’s close proximity to top private schools, shopping and its short drive to Love Field and DFW airports. Looking for prestige? Contact Colin to tour luxurious Preston Hollow estates for sale!

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Richardson

In 2006, Richardson was ranked as the 15th best place to live in the United States by Money magazine. This ranked Richardson the 3rd best place to live in Texas. Interestingly, Settlers from Kentucky and Tennessee came to the Richardson area in the 1840s. Through the 1850s the settlement was located around the present-day site of Richland College. Today the neighborhoods making up Richardson (Canyon Creek, The Reservation, Richardson Heights, etc) attract young families for their Blue Ribbon Schools and tight nit community.

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University Park

University Park is an affluent residential area named for its main feature, Southern Methodist University. Campus venues include McFarlin Auditorium, a stately theater for concerts and high-profile lectures. Sandwich shops, laid-back cafes and fashion boutiques surround Snider Plaza, while nearby Caruth Park has a fishing pond and play areas. A wonderful dallas neighborhood!

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Uptown

Thanks to visionary leadership beginning in the late 1970’s Uptown is perhaps the area of Dallas having undergone the greatest transformation the past 30 years. Recognized as one of the countries greatest urban renewal success stories Uptown now offers some of the best shopping, dining, entertainment and housing districts in the Dallas metroplex. Contact Colin for a deep dive into homes for sale in Uptown today!

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