Lakewood Real Estate and Homes for Sale in East Dallas Neighborhood
Award-winning Realtor Douglas Newby knows the homes in Lakewood and understands the nuance of this real estate market.
Anton Korn Designed Architecturally Significant Home in Lakewood.
Some of the most prominent homes in Dallas designed by architects are found on Lakewood Boulevard as is this historic home.
In the late 1920s and 1930s, Lakewood was the grandest neighborhood in Dallas. Prominent oilmen and merchants established this as the most prestigious district in the city. Undoubtedly, they consummated many of their deals at Lakewood Country Club, the city's second oldest, charted in 1912 by Collett Munger. You can also search MLS on this Lakewood neighborhood page for homes for sale in Lakewood.
If You Desire an Architecturally Significant Home You Will Love, Douglas Newby Invites You to Call or Contact Him
English Style Estate Home Overlooking Lakewood Golf Course Sold by Douglas Newby
The finest neighborhoods have an anchor of architectural styles and architects. The best neighborhoods also convey a sense of community. The home at 6633 Country Club Circle exemplifies both of these qualities.
Dines and Kraft Designed Homes were Prevalent in Lakewood in the 1920s
In the 1920s, Dines and Kraft were responsible for many of the English style estate homes still enjoyed today in the Lakewood Conservation District, including this historic home at 6633 Country Club Circle. This historic and architecturally significant home at 6633 Country Club Circle enjoys the prime position on an island of only 14 significant homes that look across the golf course of Lakewood Country Club to a clear view of downtown Dallas.
Perfect Site for a New Architecturally Significant Home
Most estate lots, even in Preston Hollow and Bluffview, are flat with only a few that have a hint of a creek. This 1.26-acre estate home building site has dramatic topography, a forest, trails, ponds and a linear lake.
Perfect Placement for a 12,058 Square Foot Modern Home
Tucked in the Woods Close to White Rock Lake, Only Five Minutes on Mockingbird Lane from SMU and Highland Park
It is hard to imagine living in the city, not far from the Dallas Arts District and the vibrancy of the best restaurants, that one can enjoy an estate lot that feels this secluded and part of nature. My favorite homes express the best of organic urbanism – where nature and civilization meet.
Lakewood is made up of three smaller neighborhoods inside East Dallas. 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 Lakewood neighborhood.
Are You a Lakewood Homeowner?You Have Come to the Right Place
If you are considering selling your Lakewood home, we will bring you the best results as we best understand your home and the potential buyers.Call me to see if I should represent you in selling your Lakewood home.
The homes in the Lakewood Conservation District best represents the architecture and history of Lakewood. There are many architecturally significant and historic homes between Lakewood Shopping Center and White Rock... See More
Architect Joseph Gordon Designed Mid-Century Modern Home Built In 1955
Lakewood Neighborhood - Continued
Lakewood’s reputation as the fashionable neighborhood can be attributed not only to the strong architectural presence of French Eclectic and English Tudor, Colonial Revival and Spanish Eclectic-style homes, but to the wide lawns, deep lots and wooded hills overlooking White Rock Reservoir. The natural beauty of its setting combined with its architectural interest and the activism of its residents insure that Lakewood will remain one of Dallas’ finest neighborhoods.
Tokalon Personifies the Topography of Lakewood Neighborhood
Tokalon Drive Reflects the Style of the Lakewood Neighborhood
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