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Preston Hollow - Live among winding streets, private lakes and notable neighbors

Who Lives Here?

Notable neighbors include a past-president, CEOs, artists, families and professionals

Perfect For…

Those who want privacy in a pastoral setting

Lifestyle

Home to the who’s who of Dallas, residents enjoy lavish gatherings with some of the region’s biggest influencers

The Market

Prime, lots on Strait Lane, Park Lane, Deloache and Audubon can cost over $2,000,000, and gorgeous estates can bring prices of $20 million and more

Not Great For . .

Starter homes and those looking for nightlife

The Architecture

Robert Stern, Howard Meyer, Richard Meier and Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes here

You’ll Love

Life in an one of Dallas’ most beautiful neighborhoods

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Welcome to Preston Hollow, TX

Appreciated for its winding streets, multi-acre lots, private lakes and distinct architecture, the estate neighborhood of Preston Hollow is home to many of Dallas’ business, arts and political influencers. The area, which was originally a 56-acre farm, is just six miles from Downtown. In the 1930’s it became a popular location for people who wanted extra acreage for horses and stables. Today, Preston Hollow is renowned for its landmark mansions and rural feel with tree-lined streets that offer both privacy and a sense of community. And the nearby Northpark Center offers some of the best designer shopping in the world. 

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School District

Preston Hollow is also home to several of Dallas’ top private schools including St. Mark’s School of Texas, Ursuline Academy, the Hockaday School and Episcopal School of Dallas. Several outstanding Dallas ISD elementary schools serving areas in Preston Hollow include John J. Pershing, Preston Hollow, Walnut Hill and Harry C. Withers. Residents zoned to Pershing and Preston Hollow are zoned to Benjamin Franklin Middle School and Hillcrest High School. Residents zoned to Walnut Hill are zoned to Cary Middle School and Thomas Jefferson High School. Residents zoned to Withers are zoned to E.D. Walker Middle School and W.T. White High School. The neighborhood is a short drive from SMU

Public Transportation

Dart Rail: Green and Orange Lines

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School District

Preston Hollow is also home to several of Dallas’ top private schools including St. Mark’s School of Texas, Ursuline Academy, the Hockaday School and Episcopal School of Dallas. Several outstanding Dallas ISD elementary schools serving areas in Preston Hollow include John J. Pershing, Preston Hollow, Walnut Hill and Harry C. Withers. Residents zoned to Pershing and Preston Hollow are zoned to Benjamin Franklin Middle School and Hillcrest High School. Residents zoned to Walnut Hill are zoned to Cary Middle School and Thomas Jefferson High School. Residents zoned to Withers are zoned to E.D. Walker Middle School and W.T. White High School. The neighborhood is a short drive from SMU

Green Spaces

Originally Preston Hollow was considered an escape from the city—just a few miles north of Dallas and the perfect place to spread out and have land for horses and a home big enough to host elaborate parties. Many of the old horse trails still can be found around the idyllic lakes and streams that wind through the neighborhood, making is the perfect place for kids to play and explore

Lifestyle

Home to Strait Lane, often cited as the most recognized address in North Texas, Preston Hollow is one of the few places that still offers multi-acre parcels of land that provide a sense of privacy and expansive views—just a few miles from the city center. Professional athletes, CEOs, community leaders, artists and influencers enjoy life in Preston Hollow.

Architecture

Many of Preston Hollow’s landmark mansions have been designed by the most notable architects of our time Richard Meyer, Bud Oglesby, Hal O. Yoakumm, Edward Durell Stone, Philip Johnson, Frank Lloyd Wright and Larrabee Barnes, architect of the Dallas Museum of Art. These great designers welcome the opportunity to work in Preston Hollow because the topography and lot sizes allow them to create dramatic estate homes in a setting with lush grounds. Today, homes prices range from just under $1 million to $100 million. There are, however, rare opportunities to purchase lots with older homes ready to be renovated or reimagined as English cottages, modern masterpieces, Mediterranean escapes or Georgian icons. 

Shopping and Dining

While kids and schools are the main focus of Preston Hollow, it’s also conveniently located near some of Dallas’ best shopping, dining and entertainment. Northpark Center, named as one of the “7 Retail Wonders of the Modern World” by Shopping Centers Today, offers a truly luxury shopping experience with over 235 unique retailers including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Tiffany & Co. and more. Along with restaurants and a movie theatre, NorthPark Center’s indoor and outdoor spaces also feature artwork by Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky and others. Shoppers also enjoy nearby Preston Center with retail and restaurants that range from Sprinkles cupcakes to Tootsies boutique. 

Community

A welcoming neighborhood just north of Downtown, Preston Hollow’s winding tree-line streets, large lots and rolling terrain make it one of the most desirable enclaves in Dallas. The neighborhood residents tend to be families with school age children who play on sports teams together and participate in groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, National Charity League and more. 


 


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