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North Dallas

North Dallas

Situated just north of LBJ Freeway, Northwood Hills is a well-known North Dallas neighborhood that features larger lots and sprawling ranch style homes. Several prestigious country clubs enhance the area, granting many residences gorgeous golf course views.

Addison

North Dallas also encompasses Addison, which comprises over 170 restaurants and 22 hotels. This abundance of big city amenities is found within approximately four acres, giving the area a wonderful small-town feel. Easy access to numerous conveniences and all major highways makes North Dallas a popular place to call home.

Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
224 -11% $69,612,032 -9% $310,768 2% $272,500 3%
Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
196 -26% 591 -13% 502 6% 7.8 19%
Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
$108 -3% 96% -1% 94 15%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
  • Preston Hollow

    Preston Hollow

    Preston Hollow is a highly sought-after neighborhood with an impressive list of “who’s who” residents: billionaire Ross Perot, former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller and former President George W. Bush, to name a few. Approximately two square miles, the verdant area features expansive lots and a mix of architectural styles such as ranch homes, French manses and newly constructed contemporaries.

    Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
    178 4% $135,844,082 7% $763,169 3% $551,110 10%
    Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
    158 -3% 482 -11% 449 -23% 9.1 -32%
    Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
    $192 1% 95% 0% 130 5%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
  • Park Cities and Vicinity

    Park Cities and Vicinity

    Highland Park and University Park are two incorporated municipalities with their own police force, city services and school district – a coveted pocket surrounded by the city of Dallas. Just five miles north of downtown, the Park Cities is gracefully designed around more than 20 parks with numerous blocks of old-world mansions. The area is home to Southern Methodist University and Highland Park Village shopping center, which has been designated a National Historic Landmark.

    Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
    220 7% $244,773,980 15% $1,112,609 7% $849,500 5%
    Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
    203 1% 560 -11% 456 -24% 8.0 -32%
    Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
    $300 1% 95% 1% 103 -4%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
  • Turtle Creek, Oaklawn, and Uptown

    Turtle Creek, Oaklawn, & Uptown

    Situated just north of downtown Dallas, these neighborhoods offer prime opportunities for fine urban living. Townhomes, luxury hi-rises, popular restaurants and entertainment options surround lush greenbelts and heavily treed grounds. Those who choose the vertical lifestyle enjoy breathtaking views of the Dallas skyline and numerous parks. Offering a vibrant nightlife and pedestrian-friendly layouts, Uptown and Oak Lawn are especially attractive to young professionals.

    Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
    241 4% $21,349,128 126% $889,547 98% $299,900 8%
    Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
    24 9% 70 15% 68 8% 12.4 1%
    Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
    $314 63% 97% 0% 114 41%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
  • East Dallas

    East Dallas

    Hilly topography, verdant creek ways, and miles of jogging and bike trails make East Dallas one of the most popular parts of town. Situated between White Rock Lake and downtown, the coveted area proudly houses the Dallas Arboretum, the Bath House Cultural Center and the historic Casa Linda Shopping Center. Historic Spanish Colonials complement an assortment of Tudor and eclectic-style homes.

    East Dallas Statistics

    Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
    88 -26% $26,661,272 -5% $302,969 28% $164,000 -15%
    Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
    104 -4% 255 -21% 1,037 ,% 7.6 17%
    Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
    $314 63% 97% 0% 114 41%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
  • West of Midway

    West of Midway

    Step back into1950′s when carefree kids swam in the neighborhood pool and families gathered for front-yard BBQ’s. This area boasts an abundance of coveted communities – Midway Hollow, Sparkman Club and the Disney Streets, to name a few. Many residents are involved with Preservation Dallas, an organization devoted to protecting the area’s rich architecture, which includes delightful cottages, sprawling ranches and mid-century moderns. Young families and singles alike love this neighborhood’s matchless charm and affordable prices.

    Bluffview:

    Settled in 1842 as a dairy farm, Bluffview was developed in the 1920s to encompass country-like estates. Today, these secluded homes are prized for their heavily treed lots on rolling terrain. The neighborhood draws its name from its 50-foot chalk cliffs overlooking Bachman Creek and its tributaries. Stunning topography and matchless architecture have attracted some of Dallas’ most prominent families to the area.

    Home Sales %Change Year Ago Dollar Volume %Change Year Ago Average Price % Change Year Ago Median Price %Change Year Ago
    129 -16% $28,189,983 -15% $218,527 1% $186,700 -2%
    Pending Sales %Change Year Ago New Listings %Change Year Ago Active Listings % Change Year Ago Months Inventory %Change Year Ago
    140 -17% 337 -19% 298 21% 8.4 47%
    Price Per sqft %Change Year Ago Sold to List Price %Change Year Ago Days on Market % Change Year Ago
    $103 -3% 95% -1% 96 33%
  • Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, NTREIS MLS Area Housing Activity Report
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