Booth Brothers Homes for Sale - Dallas
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Booth Brothers Homes for Sale
Development of Booth Brothers real estate dates back to the 1930s and 1940s. The neighborhood contains approximately 750 residences. Real estate listings feature custom homes with architectural styles of an eclectic mix of European, Contemporary, vintage cottages, and older bungalow-style homes. Although some of the homes for sale are newer construction, many original homes date back to the 1950s.
Booth Brothers homes for sale layouts feature three to four-bedroom homes with at least two full bathrooms. A few two and five-bedroom homes also exist. The homes range in size from 1,600 to over 5,000 square feet. Most homes have two-car garages, although there're homes with more or fewer garage spaces or covered parking such as a carport.
Neighbors love to meet for a variety of special events throughout the year such as pool parties, holiday events, block parties and more. Plus an active homeowners association make the residents proud of this community. The much sought after Dallas ISD schools mean Booth Brothers is tops on the list for residents with kids. Children in the neighborhood can attend Williams Elementary, Cary Middle, and Thomas Jefferson High schools.
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Booth Brothers boasts a central location within walking distance to shopping and casual or upscale dining options. Residents are only moments away from Inwood Shopping Center. Here you'll find an array of upscale stores, boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, as well as the historic Inwood Theatre. Opened in 1947, the theater is considered a cinema treasure and a popular neighborhood meeting place. The cinema showcases art and foreign films.
The mammoth Hong Kong Market Place is the Asian equivalent to Central Market. Here you can buy at least fifty varieties of noodles, live tilapia, lobsters, eels, and blue crabs. Fresh produce includes lush greens such as cai ngot, yu choy, and ong choy. West Village is a mixed-use development with narrow, tree-lined streets with apartment balconies and sidewalk cafes. It features chain stores and homegrown shops. An art cinema and an array of eateries including Paciugo Italian Gelato, Nikita, Paris Vendome, Taco Diner, Ferre Ristorante and Cru Wine Bar emphasize the cosmopolitan buzz.