Highland Park, like many suburbs of Dallas, is well known for its upscale surroundings and estate homes. However, what separates Highland Park from many of the surrounding communities is the presence of some of the most architecturally significant homes in Dallas.
From estate homes to historic homes, there is a great array of architecturally significant homes which feature an unsurpassed level of architectural quality and significance. Therefore, it certainly comes as no surprise that homes in Highland Park are highly regarded as some of the finest homes not only in Dallas, but the entire state of Texas.
There have been many new home construction projects over the last, few years, but there are just as many historic homes which have been completely renovated, as well. Many of the smaller homes of Highland Park have also been leveled to make way for larger estates.
Perhaps it's the convenient location to Dallas that has made Highland Park so desirable, or perhaps it's because of the surrounding beauty that has prompted so many architects, home builders and buyers to build architecturally significant homes amidst the tree-lined streets and lush lots.
From the inception of Highland Park to the current time, many of Dallas' most renowned architects have chosen Highland Park to complete their vision. As a result, this Dallas suburb features eclectic architectural styles such as English, French and neoclassical styles.
From restored historic homes to newer homes with an historic feel, the multi-million dollar properties of Highland Park are nothing short of spectacular.
- Old Highland Park - Bounded by Mockingbird Lane, Katy Trail, Armstrong and Preston Road
- Highland Park West of Preston - Bounded by Preston Road, Fairview, the Tollway and Mockingbird Lane
- Highland Park North of Mockingbird - Located on the University Park side of Mockingbird Lane
- West Highland Park - One-hundred-acre neighborhood with homes from the 1940s and 1950s. Located west of the Tollway.