Highland Park Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Third Section of Old Highland Park
In 1915 the 73 acre third addition was developed with large lots. This architecturally significant neighborhood is most closely associated with the 56 acre Dallas Country Club, the oldest Country Club in Dallas. The Fairfield street boundary runs along the fairways of the Dallas Country Club. Mockingbird and Beverly both have entrances to the clubhouse. Drexel and Hackberry Creek make up the final boundary. See More
Featured Home in Third Section of Old Highland Park
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Highland Park prices are not speculative because Highland Park buyers have the highest incomes and net worth in relationship to the price of the homes they are buying. A small pool of homes available with the distinct advantages of Highland Park not replicable in other parts of Dallas or the country make Highland Park an attractive investment and place for a home.
Third Section of Old Highland Park inside Old Highland Park. Click on the map and discover each home as you explore this neighborhood.
Third Section of Old Highland Park Neighborhood - Continued
Beverly Drive is considered one of the most prestigious addresses and a street associated with magnificent homes. Maplewood and Stratford are many people's favorite streets. They are also wide, but have no through traffic since they end at the golf course and Hackberry Creek. Many of the original homes have survived and are as gracious as ever.
"Highland Park is Prominence, Privacy and Prestige"