Land in Highland Park is some of the most highly sought after land in Dallas. Highland Park lots are perfectly suited to build an architect designed modern or traditional home in a neighborhood filled with architecturally significant homes as well as some of the most prestigious parks and school districts in the country.
Highland Park homes built in the 1980s are more likely to be torn down than an architect designed Highland Park home built in the 1930s.
- Douglas Newby
Contact Realtor Douglas Newby to Help You Procure the Perfect Site For Your New Architect Designed Home
You desire the best Highland Park site for the style of the significant home you want an architect to design. Real Estate Broker Douglas Newby understands your expectations. Representing you as a buyers agent, Douglas Newby will help you find the perfect lot in Highland Park.
Please call Douglas Newby at (214) 522-1000 for further information.
Land in Highland Park is Extremely Valuable
Highland Park has a surprisingly low inventory of lots available on which to build a new home. Buyers, sellers and even the real estate community underestimate how few potential lots there are available. Each time a new home is built there is one less opportunity to find a new lot in Highland Park.
Meanwhile the demand for land in Highland Park remains very high. Current homeowners designing new homes are usually extremely reluctant to go elsewhere and are admant about remaining in Highland Park. Also, new potential homeowners from across the city and the country find this neighborhood the most desirable place to live. Buyers are charmed by this small community of the best schools, fire and police departments, and tree-lined streets amongst parks, creeks, and lakes all within a few minutes of the vibrancy of Dallas.
Large lots in Highland Park are an incredible opportunity
The larger the lot in Highland Park the more valuable the land per square foot. Very few lots of an acre or more exist in Park Cities, and there are not even very many three quarter or half acre lots in Highland Park or University Park. The standard lot size available is 50ftx150ft. Larger lots like the featured lot above are a very special opportunity.
The Sacrifices of Less Architecturally Significant Homes Make Way For New Architect-Designed Homes
The demand for land for new homes can call for the sacrifice of even some of the finest homes in Highland Park. In the video below, a Scott Lyons designed home, considered by many the best Texas modern home in Highland Park was demolished to make room for a new English style home. The featured Highland Park lot above, however, reflects a better opportunity for beautiful land. The current home is lovely but is architecturally unimportant and has lived its life. There a homeowner can retain an architect to design a modern or traditional home that will contribute to the architectural excellence of Highland Park in even a more meaningful way.