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Highland Park

Highland Park - An Idyllic City in the Heart of Dallas

Who Lives Here?

Athletes, executives, influencers and generations of families

Perfect For…

Those looking for a “forever home”

Lifestyle

Mingle with business and political leaders in a comfortable neighborhood, minutes from major travel arteries and airports.

The Market

From $1 million to upwards of $30 million with home sizes ranging from 1,300 square foot cottages to 15,000+ square foot mansions

Not Great For .
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First time buyers looking on the low end

The Architecture

A veritable showplace of top architects such as Hal Thompson, Foshee & Cheek and others

You’ll Love

The park-like setting where everyone comes out to play

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Welcome to Highland Park, TX

Often considered the quintessential American neighborhood, Highland Park was created to be a respite from the stresses of early 19th century life. Located less than four miles from downtown Dallas, it has its own Town Hall, Town Council and police, fire and emergency departments. Above all, the town is known for the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent School District, whose alumni include actress Angie Harmon, baseball great Clayton Kershaw, and NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford and others.

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School District

There are many reasons that generations of families choose to live in Highland Park, and at the top of the list is the Highland Park Independent School District, which carries an “exemplary” designation by the Texas Education Agency. Among other accolades, Highland Park High School was ranked one of the nation’s best by U.S. News and World Report. It’s also the alma mater of actress Angie Harmon and her mother, movie icon Jayne Mansfield, and its renowned athletic programs have produced baseball great Clayton Kershaw and NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford, among others. It is also in close proximity to the best private schools in the area including Hockaday, Episcopal School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas and others.

Public Transportation

DART RAIL – Orange and Red

DART Busses –  Blue and Purple Routes

HIGHLAND PARK – MARKET STATS

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School District

There are many reasons that generations of families choose to live in Highland Park, and at the top of the list is the Highland Park Independent School District, which carries an “exemplary” designation by the Texas Education Agency. Among other accolades, Highland Park High School was ranked one of the nation’s best by U.S. News and World Report. It’s also the alma mater of actress Angie Harmon and her mother, movie icon Jayne Mansfield, and its renowned athletic programs have produced baseball great Clayton Kershaw and NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford, among others. It is also in close proximity to the best private schools in the area including Hockaday, Episcopal School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas and others.  

Green Spaces

Founded in 1913 with just over 1,000 residents, this 2.2 square mile township located just three miles north of downtown Dallas is now home to more than 8,500 community-minded people who enjoy a unique lifestyle in a park-like setting. In fact, after designer Wilbur David Cook launched the plan for Beverly Hills, he was given the task of creating a master plan for Highland Park. His forward-thinking design included winding streets, a town center with its own library, police and fire station and town hall, and he reserved more than 20% of the neighborhood for parks, creeks, lakes and green space.  Today, the 3.5 mile Katy Trail connects this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood to Turtle Creek and Uptown, the Arts District and a network of trails that extends throughout the area. 

Lifestyle

The 75205 neighborhood counts many business and political leaders, artists, entertainers and professional sports figures as its residents. Just minutes from Downtown, Dallas Love Field, DFW Airport and major travel arteries including Central Expressway and the North Texas Tollway make it an easy place to get to and a comfortable place to call home. 

Architecture

Along with a strong sense of family and community, Highland Park is also known for the distinct architecture styles and breathtaking landscaping. Homes with tile roofs, arched stone entrances and Mediterranean tiles sit next to sleek contemporary masterpieces and timeless English Country manors.  Some of the largest and most storied estates  created by architects Charles Dilbeck, Scott Lyons,  Bud Oglesby, Hal Thomson and Frank Welch are lined up along Lakeside Park, Armstrong Parkway and throughout the French Streets—Bordeaux, Lorraine and Versailles. It’s here where, each spring, hundreds of blooming azalea bushes blaze a brilliant pink trail throughout the neighborhood’s prominent boulevards. 

Shopping and Dining

Each year, the holiday season kicks off with carriage rides and spectacular tree lighting at Highland Park Village. The centrally located shopping center is a historic landmark designed in the Spanish Colonial style and is recognized as the first shopping center of its kind in America. Today it’s where neighbors meet for drinks and a movie, where families fill up on legendary Mexican food at Mi Cocina or head out for late night bite at the sophisticated Bistro 31. And as for shopping, where else can you find the likes of Chanel, Christian LouboutinRalph Lauren and Jimmy Choo, all beneath a canopy of trees and across the street from the expansive greens and fairways of the Dallas Country Club?  

Community

Throughout Highland Park streets are filled with kids riding bikes to school or skating to one of the nearby swimming pools. Soccer fields, baseball fields and tennis courts are unofficial neighborhood gathering places for families cheering on their kids’ athletic teams. The community also comes out in force to attend Scots football games, and each summer the whole town gets dressed in red, white and blue bunting for the annual Fourth of July parade, a generations-long tradition that includes floats, fire trucks, clowns and marching bands. Highland Park’s prime location and well-connected community create endless opportunities to get involved with school groups, carnivals or fundraisers and service organizations, athletic teams, places of worship and charitable causes. In fact, it’s the home of the Crystal Charity organization, which annually raises more than $3 million to aid children’s causes throughout Dallas.



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