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Architecture critic David Dillon says, "...the appeal of Oak Lawn has always been its social and cultural diversity. It is funkier and more fluid than the rest of Dallas with pockets of gritty and urban vitality that remind us that Dallas is a real city." It also has pockets of opulence and historic grandeur adding to its allure. See More

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2910 Maple Springs Boulevard

$1,200,000
Dallas, Texas 75235
Listing Date: November 26, 2021
SQ. Feet Acres Year Bedrooms Bathrooms Lot Size
3,010 0.6 1941 4 2 75' x 303'
SQ. Feet 3,010
Acres 0.6
Year 1941
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Lot Size 75' x 303'

4011 Turtle Creek Boulevard Under Contract

$3,995,000
Dallas, Texas 75219
Listing Date: September 20, 2021
SQ. Feet Acres Year Bedrooms Bathrooms Lot Size
7,238 0.5 1925 5 5 100 x 200
SQ. Feet 7,238
Acres 0.5
Year 1925
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 5
Lot Size 100 x 200

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Neighborhoods within Oak Lawn

Oak Lawn is made up of four smaller neighborhoods inside Turtle Creek Area. Click on the map and discover each specific neighborhood as you explore homes for sale in this area.

Neighborhoods of Oak Lawn

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Many thanks for all your extraordinary efforts.  You are a superb negotiator.

Barbara Bouyea
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Oak Lawn Neighborhood - Continued

Oak Lawn can be traced back to Dr. John Cole, who in 1843 was building a thriving community north of Dallas called Cedar Springs. It was on the north ridge overlooking the Trinity. In 1850, when Cedar Springs competed with Hoards Ridge on the south of the Trinity and with Dallas for the county seat, it had a distillery, grist and flour mill, and a general store with a pharmacy.

When Cedar Springs lost the election it lost its momentum until 1929 when it was annexed into Dallas. This area now known as Oak Lawn has thrived with a combination of residential and commercial development, including neighborhoods of Tudor cottages, 1920s luxury apartments, historic hotels, off-beat eccentric retail enclaves and a Phillip Johnson designed French eclectic office tower and hotel court. Land use of this area often intermingles residences and businesses adding vitality to the city.

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