Highland Park/University Park

Any conception about affluent elegant living in the Dallas area will automatically include Highland Park and University Park.  Highland Park is an incorporated community located in the heart of Dallas, adjacent to the town of University Park on the north. These two exclusive townships are referred to collectively as the Park Cities, known for the highest real estate and home values in the Metroplex.  Wilbur David Cook, the landscape architect who designed Beverly Hills in California, laid out Highland Park.  The streets are long winding boulevards with towering oak and pecan trees.  The homes are large and meticulously maintained. A major focal point in the area is scenic Turtle Creek and its adjacent parks. Highland Park is primarily residential, but has shops, restaurants, and services to meet most needs, which is located in Highland Park Village and nearby Preston Center. Southern Methodist University is located a few miles in University Park. The communities’ own government, police and fire departments keep the high quality of life enjoyed by the citizens of Highland Park.  Highland Park's Independent School District is one of the most sought after in the metro area with some parents willing to rent small apartments to maintain a Highland Park address and gain access to their schools.

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Updated Jul 22, 2024 5:28:pm. Based on information from the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, Inc. This information is provided for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

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