Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Turtle Creek Area Neighborhood
Turtle Creek is best known for its residential highrises overlooking Turtle Creek Boulevard. Less known but extremely coveted are the pocket neighborhoods along Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail. The residents of these neighborhoods of 12 to 70 houses enjoy the sophistication and energy of the commercial districts nearby: Turtle Creek Village, Knox Street, the West Village and the serenity of their well placed and hidden neighborhood along Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail. The homeowners are often high profile, who like to have a lower profile address than Highland Park. The area is rich in architecture. The original homes built in the 1920s were architect designed. New architect designed new homes are interspersed and are of the same scale and quality of the original homes. Small new developments have been discretely tucked along the creek giving owners beautiful views from contemporary spaces. You will enjoy exploring the many possibilities in these neighborhoods with Douglas Newby and Associates.
Featured Homes For Sale in Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area
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Map of Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area Homes for Sale
Neighborhoods within Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area
Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area is made up of seven smaller neighborhoods inside Turtle Creek Area. Click on the map and discover each specific neighborhood as you explore homes for sale marked in red and lots for sale marked in green in each Katy Trail / Turtle Creek Area neighborhood.
Place des Vosges is a niche Turtle Creek neighborhood made up of 16 homes that relate to the city with its Turtle Creek and downtown views, and yet its gated courtyard plan protects this Dallas neighborhood from the city. See More
One of Dallas’ favorite niche neighborhoods is surrounded by Highland Park neighborhood on two sides, and the Katy Trail on one side, and Turtle Creek Park, a Dallas Neighborhood, on one side, secluded but enjoying the vibrancy of Dallas. See More
The contemporary Dallas movement of modern duplexes and townhouses began in Northern Heights. Lionel Morrison, AIA, designed the first modern duplex on Springbrook in 1989. Frank Welch, AIA, the Oglesby... See More
One of the first in town gated communities of zero lot line single-family homes. A great alternative to a townhouse with all the amenities of the Turtle Creek corridor. Contact... See More
Thank you Doug. You are more artist than real estate agent. To every degree possible, you create and orchestrate and convey architecture as art for your clients.
Turtle Creek Park Homeowner
Doug and Connie, I am sitting here tonight thinking about all that is going on and you two keep coming up in my thoughts. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your help, advice and friendship during the last months. I really appreciate your kindness to me and will not forget it. Dallas is a new step for me and you have allowed me to be crazy and forget a lot of things going on in my life. You make driving and getting in and out of the car fun….Thank you for everything and know you aren’t through with me yet. I hope we have years of fun friendship.