Find the newest L Streets homes for sale & real estate listings in Dallas, TX below! The L Streets neighborhood is a part of the prestigious Lake Highlands community and is located only 11 miles from downtown Dallas. Charming homes, an established neighborhood, and proximity to White Rock Lake are some of the many benefits of living here. For L Streets neighborhood properties for sale, information or to schedule a home showing or tour, contact a Dallas real estate expert today!
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L Streets Homes for Sale
Development in L Streets real estate dates back to the early 1950s. the majority of these homes are detached single family homes nestled among Plano Road, Walnut Hill Lane, Northwest Highway, and Ferndale Road. L Streets homes for sale are near some of the most popular recreational spots in the area, including the White Rock Creek Trail & Greenbelt, White Rock Lake, Dallas Arboretum, and Flagpole Hill. This neighborhood is also highly accessible, being very close to Interstate 635/ LBJ Freeway, the DART Rail White Rock Station, and Central Expressway/ US 75.
According to their HOA, the L Streets real estate listings are “a crime watch neighborhood formed from reporting areas 1077 and 1089.” There are weekly newsletters containing news and tips sent through email. There are relevant alerts and helpful advice on how to prevent crime.
Things to Do In Dallas
Driving around Dallas can be a breeze if you plan around rush hour. Better still, hail a cab and let the driver do all the legwork. There're several ride sharing options to help you move around including Lyft, Uber, Wingz, and GetMe. Or you can hop on the Orange Line anywhere along the line for a ride to and from DFW Airport, Downtown, Uptown, Deep Ellum, the Arts District, and Fair Park. Better yet, take advantage of free transportation options throughout the city. Jump on a free trolley ride from Uptown to Downtown in the vintage McKinney Avenue Trolley which dates back to 1909.
Fair Park houses extensive recreational facilities including the Cotton Bowl, an aquarium, a horticulture center, and the Dallas Zoo. Founded in 1888, Dallas Zoo is the oldest of its kind in Texas. Sitting on 95 acres, the zoo features over 1,500 animals and 300 different species. Dallas Zoo operates the Dallas Aquarium at Fair Park. The aquarium houses over 6,000 freshwater and saltwater species of fish, amphibians, and reptiles. It also breeds endangered species such as the desert pupfish.
More fun activities await the whole family at Fort Worth, Dallas's often-overlooked sister city 45 minutes away. With almost one million residents, Fort Worth is a city within a city that operates at a more relaxed pace. History buffs can check out the Modern Art Museum and the Kimball Art Museum which flank each other.