Bluffview Area


Bluffview Area Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Preston Hollow Neighborhood

Architecturally and Historically Significant Homes in Bluffview Area

Bluffview Area is interesting because it is only five miles to downtown Dallas like University Park and has estate lots the size of those found in Preston Hollow. The topography and winding streets make the neighborhood desirable in a way that is specific to Bluffview.  Gracious homes are set on hilltops and contemporary architects love the terrain, creeks and ravines as settings for the modern homes they design.  Renovation of older homes, new homes and expanding boundaries of very desirable areas has increased the interest in Bluffview.  Our recommendations to you will take in consideration your specific desire for a modern home, a midcentury home or an elegant traditional home sited to take advantage of the terrain and views.  Bluffview neighbors enjoy the charming and more informal look of the Bluffview neighborhood. Continue Reading

The topography and proximity to downtown Dallas make Bluffview the neighborhood of choice for homeowners and architects desiring or designing modern homes.

– Douglas Newby

Neighborhoods of Bluffview Area

Bluffview Neighborhood

Bluffview is a neighborhood where original estate homes are being restored and contemporary homes are being built. Bluffview continues to gain in popularity and prestige as its setting remains unchanged and the new construction enhances rather than distracts from the tone of the neighborhood.

Cochran Chapel Neighborhood

You enter Cochran Chapel through stone columns, with homes on one side of the street sitting on the edge of a ravine and creek and homes on the other side positioned high on a hill, overlooking the greenbelt. This prestigious neighborhood includes only Cochran Chapel staring from Midway Road and finishing up at the end of Cochran Chapel, between Northwest Highway and Shorecrest.

Shorecrest Estates Neighborhood

This neighborhood is comprised of homes on the even-addressed side of the street built up on steep wooded inclines. The boundaries of Shorecrest Estates include Shorecrest Drive on the north, Midway/Blue Bonnet to the east, Lovers Lane on the south and Lemmon Avenue on the west.

Inwood Terrace Neighborhood

The boundaries of Inwood Terrace are Inwood Road to the east, Stonegate Road to the south and Shadywood Lane to the Northwest.

Northwest Hills Neighborhood

The boundaries of Northwest Hills include Northwest Highway on the north, Devonshire on the east, Farquhar on the south, and Inwood on the west. This refined neighborhood includes Surrey Circle, Broken Arrow, Farquhar, Northwest Highway, Inwood and Devonshire.

Devonshire Neighborhood

Devonshire is an upscale and affluent neighborhood in north Dallas, bounded by the Tollway and Northwest Hills on the east, Lovers Lane on the south, Inwood Road on the west, and Northwest Highway on the north.

Today’s New Bluffview Area Listings and MLS Status Changes

Acres0.37Sqft.4,953Bed5Bath5Year2019Lot Size115X151
Acres0.19Sqft.4,526Bed5Bath5Year2024Lot Size66x126
Acres0.17Sqft.4,533Bed4Bath4Year2008Lot Size50x150
Acres0.21Sqft.5,317Bed5Bath5Year2024Lot Size128 x 71
Acres0.17Sqft.2,423Bed3Bath3Year1944Lot Size50x148


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Bluffview Area Neighborhood – Continued

Bluffview is the estate area neighborhood most know for its topography and winding streets. Gracious estate homes are set on hilltops, and contemporary architects have the terrain, creeks and ravines, as settings for the modern homes they design.

Whether you are looking for a Preston Hollow home for sale or specifically for a Bluffview home for sale you will enjoy this charming and more informal look of Bluffview.

Where most neighborhoods were developed out of flat plains or cotton farms, Bluffview was developed from the dramatic topography of a dairy farm. In 1924 John P. Stephenson, a developer, who in the late 1800s owned the ornate frame mansion at 4103 Swiss Avenue and bought a 215 acre dairy farm along the 50 foot bluffs of Bachman Creek. J.P. Stephenson developed this farm into one acre lots of Preston Hollow real estate along the creeks, streams and tributaries of Bachman Creek that laced the rolling terrain of the neighborhood he dedicated as Bluffview.