This section is 55 acres between Preston Road and Lakeside, but is the location of only a few enormous homes. The mansions here give Preston Road prestige all the way to North Dallas and beyond. The architecturally significant homes are placed on three to 11 acres. They have been designed by architects Anton Korn, C.D. Hill, Antoine Predock and Herbert Greene on wide lawns that run all the way down to Turtle Creek.
Just a few blocks up Preston is Highland Park Village. In the other direction you will find many restaurants and shops as Preston Road turns into Oak Lawn. It is appropriate for the highest valued home in Highland Park to be located at the corner of Preston Road and Beverly Drive.
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Architect Antoine Predock Designed Significant Modern Estate Home Built In 1995
Architect Herbert M. Greene Designed Significant Beaux Arts Estate Home Built In 1912
Architect Quinlan Terry Designed Home Built In 2004
Architect Wilson McClure Designed Home Built In 1955
Old Highland Park Residence Built In 1940
Architect Anton Korn Designed Significant Georgian Estate Home Built In 1918
Highland Park Residence Built In 1953
Old Highland Park Home Built In 1948
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Architect Charles D. Hill Designed Significant Mount Vernon Residence Built In 1910