Mayflower Estates

Neighborhood of President Bush’s New Home

The rolling, winding streets of Mayflower Estates, north of Walnut Hill between Gaywood and Broadmoor Park, include Dallas’ largest and most important estates and also many architect designed homes from the 1950s through the early 21st century. The boundaries of this estate neighborhood are Kelsey on the north, Inwood on the west, Walnut Hill on the south and North Dallas Tollway on the east. The quiet and serene setting recalls the feel of an earlier Preston Hollow neighborhood.

We will introduce you to Preston Hollow residents who nurture Dallas, acquaint you with the nuances of the private schools and identify the architecturally significant homes on beautiful estate acreage.

-Douglas Newby

Today’s New Mayflower Estates Listings and MLS Status Changes



Are You a Mayflower Estates Homeowner? You Have Come to the Right Place

If you are considering selling your Mayflower Estates 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 Mayflower Estates home.

There are So Many Reasons Why the Homeowners in Mayflower Estates \n Love Their Neighborhood

The finest estate homes in Dallas are located in Mayflower Estates. Here there are also spectacular Texas modern homes sited on creeks and small lakes.

The Best Homes in Mayflower Estates Neighborhood

Mayflower Estates Homes for Sale Previously in MLS – Sold


Mayflower Estates is Secluded, Hidden, and Prominent

What a wonderful surprise when you discover a small hidden neighborhood with the largest estate properties and most distinguished and architecturally significant homes on creeks and small lakes that are designed by prominent architects including Maurice FatioPeter MarinoScott LyonsWilson FuquaCole Smith, and Max Sandfield.

Thank you again Douglas for your efficient and friendly work and for that wonderful evening we had. It makes Dallas look nicer or even nice!

Thank you again and see you soon.
JF Gouedard
President of World Wide Flight Services
Preston Hollow Resident