The home at 4321 Overhill might be the architecturally significant home that best represents Old Highland Park. Built by one of the developers of Highland Park, this home was designed by architect John Allen Boyle. John Allen Boyle only designed a few homes in Dallas and, remarkably, they are all architecturally significant homes and landmarks in Dallas. This architecturally significant home at 4321 Overhill is John Allen Boyle’s most important and impactful residence.
Featured Neighborhood - Katy Trail Corridor of the Fourth Section of Old Highland Park
Old Highland Park, the oldest part of Highland Park, is known for its parks, trees, and architecturally significant homes. The Katy Trail Corridor of the Fourth Section of Old Highland Park is across from SMU and along the Katy Trail, which makes for a vibrant neighborhood that homeowners love.
Highland Park, Texas, National Historic Landmark Sold
Many consider this Highland Park home designed by Mark Lemmon to be the most historically significant home in Highland Park and maybe Dallas and North Texas. Richard R. Brettell, the former director of the Dallas Museum of Art and founder of the Dallas Architecture Forum, co-authored with Willis Cecil Winters, FAIA, and former Dallas Parks Director, the book, Crafting Traditions—The Architecture of Mark Lemmon. Edmund P. Pillsbury, the former director of the Kimbell Art Museum and the Meadows Museum, wrote the introduction to this book on Mark Lemmon. Ted Pillsbury wrote that, “Mark Lemmon (1889-1975) was the most important historicist architect of 20th-Century Dallas.”
Old Highland Park Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Highland Park Neighborhood
The Lovely Beverly Drive Ties the Beautiful Highland Park Neighborhoods Together
When Highland Park in mentioned, Beverly Drive is the first street that comes to mind. Historic homes, architecturally significant homes, and transitional modern homes are all displayed on this street of wide lawns and architect designed homes.
This is one of our client's favorite neighborhoods. Old Highland Park is where Highland Park started and is bounded by Mockingbird Lane on the north, Airline and the Katy Trail on the east, Armstrong on the south, and Preston Road on the west. There is still a preponderance of original and historic homes. The last of the Prairie style and craftsman bungalows are found in Old Highland Park along with magnificent and monumental estate homes. But more than just the style of these architecturally significant and historically significant homes, the atmosphere of the original neighborhood remains. We look forward to helping you acquire a home in Old Highland Park.
Featured Homes and Lots For Sale in Old Highland Park
Click on above photographs to see Old Highland Park real estate and homes for sale or that have sold
Highland Park prices are not speculative because Highland Park buyers have the highest incomes and net worth in relationship to the price of the homes they are buying. A small pool of homes available with the distinct advantages of Highland Park not replicable in other parts of Dallas or the country make Highland Park an attractive investment and place for a home.
Old Highland Park is made up of eight smaller neighborhoods inside Highland Park. 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 Old Highland Park neighborhood.
Are You a Homeowner in OldHighland Park? You Have Come to the Right Place
If you are considering selling your home in Old Highland Park, we will bring you the best results as we best understand your home and the potential buyers.Call meto see if I should represent you in selling your home in Old Highland Park.
Armstrong Elementary School in Old Highland Park
Highland Parkis known for its excellent schools and Armstrong Elementary School epitomizes Highland Park.
We are so grateful to you for guiding us throughout the exciting process of buying a beautiful Highland Park estate home first and then trying to sell our old Highland Park one in record time. I know you have an eye for distinctive and unique homes given your endless appetite for architecture and cultural comprehension. But your deep understanding of human behavior and the art of negotiation is even more spectacular. You are a rare gem and I am so blessed to count you as a good friend.
You will find contemporary houses built from the 1960s through the 21st century. There are eclectic homes, simple homes, and extravagantly renovated homes with the architectural designs of Frank Welch, Max Levy, Lionel Morrison and Svend Fruit. These are quiet streets close to SMU and the best amenities of Dallas.
In 1915 the 73 acre third addition was developed with large lots. This architecturally significant neighborhood is most closely associated with the 56 acre Dallas Country Club, the oldest Country... See More
The fourth addition was developed in 1917 along Mockingbird across from SMU. Gillon is the southern boundary. Katy Trail and Abbott create the boundary on the Dallas side, historic Hackberry... See More
These spectacular and lush twelve acres are along the meandering historic Hackberry Creek between the First and Second sections and the architecturally significant homes designed by John Wiley and Hal... See More
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you for guiding us through such a great buying and selling experience...But most of all, thank you for becoming such good friends!
All our best,
-Scott and Tracy Bundy
Highland Park Home Seller and Home Buyer