Featured Neighborhood - Katy Trail Corridor of the Fourth Section of Old Highland Park
Highland Park is the first place people visit when they come to Dallas because of its beautiful neighborhoods. The Katy Trail Corridor of the Fourth Section of Old Highland Park are the blocks adjacent to the Katy Trail, which leads to the best parts of Dallas, and those blocks which are close to SMU. The neighborhood is perfect for those who are intellectual, sporty, and love good architecture.
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.”
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Real Estate Broker Douglas Newby Will Personally Help You Find Architecturally Significant Homes and the Best Sites in the Finest Dallas Neighborhoods.
Douglas Newby has written extensively on Dallas neighborhoods and is the author of the best-selling book on Dallas neighborhoods. Douglas Newby, a national award-winning realtor, knows more than just the history of a neighborhood.He understands its evolution, its future value, and architecturally significant homes that he will identify and illuminate in each neighborhood. Douglas Newby provides a clear understanding of the positive future of Dallas neighborhoods.
Greenway Parks Dallas Neighborhood YouTube Video
Here, realtor and neighborhood specialist Douglas Newby identifies 150 distinct neighborhoods in Dallas that have architecturally significant homes. As you know, there are many good Dallas neighborhoods but only a few great ones. We want our clients to know about the great ones. While location has always been considered important in real estate, even more important is a great site. As your real estate broker, we will help you find more than a great location. We will discuss the distinct nuances of the most prestigious neighborhoods and help you determine the finest site that best expresses the attributes of these Dallas neighborhoods.
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Place Des Vosges YouTube Video, a Dallas Neighborhood Combining Vibrancy and Nature
Architect James Langford created a courtyard plan of 16 homes that related to the vibrancy of Downtown Dallas and the nature of Turtle Creek.
Dallas Neighborhood Northern Hills YouTube Video
Northern Hills is a Good Example of a Dallas Niche Neighborhood that Will Continue to Increase in Popularity and Value.
If you are looking for the best home in one of the finest neighborhoods, I am committed to helping you find a home of aesthetic, economic and real value. Contact Douglas Newby at 214.522.1000.
Featured Neighborhood - Katy Trail Corridor of the Fourth Section of Old Highland Park Highland Park is known for verdant parks, free-flowing creeks and magnificent homes. The Katy Trail Corridor... See More
The unifying theme of University Park is the excellent Highland Park Independent School District schools. Coupled with University Park’s reputation for safety, parks and tree lined streets, families with young... See More
Volk Estates is often considered the most prestigious neighborhood of Dallas. In University Park, Volk Estates is comprised of architecturally significant homes on estate lots, many of which are over... See More
Greenway Parks Greenway Parks Neighborhood and Homes for Sale in Greenway Parks YouTube Video of Greenway Parks in Dallas Featured Greenway Parks Home Max Levy, FAIA, Designed Modern HomeContact Realtor... See More
Turtle Creek Park is a small, secluded, forested neighborhood of curving streets and hilly topography defined by Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail with Rock Creek running through the middle of this Dallas neighborhood.
One of Dallas’ favorite niche neighborhoods is surrounded by Highland Park neighborhood on two sides, and the Katy Trail on one side, and Turtle Creek Park, a Dallas Neighborhood, on one side, secluded but enjoying the vibrancy of Dallas.
Place des Vosges is a niche Turtle Creek neighborhood made up of 16 homes that relate to the city with its Turtle Creek and downtown views, and yet its gated courtyard plan protects this Dallas neighborhood from the city.
Douglas Newby has sold more homes on Swiss Avenue than any other real estate agent or real estate company. Douglas Newby started his business here and continues to sell the finest homes on Swiss Avenue. The earliest homes, built in 1905, in the Swiss Avenue Historic District are found in the original addition of Munger Place, between the Swiss Avenue gates on Fitzhugh and Dumont.
Anton Korn Designed Architecturally Significant Home in Lakewood. In the late 1920s and 1930s, Lakewood was the grandest neighborhood in Dallas. Prominent oilmen and merchants established this as the most... See More
Architect Designed Estate Homes and Modern Homes in Glen Abbey Glen Abbey is one of the last neighborhoods of enormous homes over 10,000 square feet designed by prominent architects. Since 2010... See More
East Dallas has the greatest number of historic districts and early estate homes in Dallas. The East Dallas area is comprised of the Old East Dallas Neighborhoods, White Rock Lake Neighborhood, Lakewood...
The midcentury neighborhoods west of Midway Road include Highland North, Sparkman Estates, Timberbrook, Midway Hollow and the Disney streets. You will find these neighborhoods between Midway Road on the east,... See More
White Rock Lake is the best known spot in Dallas and the best kept secret.
YouTube video of White Rock Lake
Turtle Creek Park Dallas Neighborhood Framed By Creeks and Trails
Many in Dallas consider Turtle Creek Park their favorite Dallas neighborhood of architecturally significant homes. This small Dallas neighborhood of just 34 homes is close to the most vibrant retail and restaurant areas of Dallas and secluded by Turtle Creek, Rock Creek, and the Katy Trail.
Featured Dallas Neighborhood Listings
Here are a few homes for sale that represent their neighborhoods.
Discover Mayflower Estates, A Small Dallas Neighborhood With Largest Estate Properties in Dallas
Some of the most desirable Dallas neighborhoods are virtually unknown except to those with the finest taste, most access, and familiarity with the best Dallas has to offer. Mayflower Estates include the Crespi-Hicks estate and several other architecturally significant estates homes I have sold in this Dallas neighborhood.
Armstrong Parkway Traverses Highland Park Neighborhoods
Traveling down Armstrong Parkway, one is sure to notice the imposing grace of the Highland Park estate homes facing the tree lined boulevard. Here you will see architecturally significant homes designed by architects who also design homes in the best Dallas neighborhood.
Because I have studied Dallas neighborhoods, written about Dallas historic neighborhoods, produced and wrote A Guide To The Older Neighborhoods of Dallas and have organized and sponsored many historic neighborhood home tours, I will be best able to assist you. Working closely with architects selecting sites for their clients makes me keenly aware of lots that can accentuate the architecture of a home.
All of us at Douglas Newby & Associates are sensitive to the preferred locations and the nuances of each Highland Park and Dallas neighborhood. We recognize a home and its site is your greatest design decision.
Mr. Newby, I heard you on 90.1 yesterday and found it very interesting to discover some new things about the city I grew up in. I would encourage you to continue to visit with KERA because there was no shortage of callers or interest in what you had to say. Thank you for making Dallas ever-more interesting and intriguing.
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