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Stevens Park Homes for Sale
Stevens Park homes for sale are highly suggested for families with mid-range budgets. This neighborhood is one of the multiple communities found in the Oak Cliff area in Dallas, Texas. It was named after John P. Stevens, its developer. The homes for sale in Stevens Park are surrounded by North Hampton Road (east), Remond Drive (north), Fort Worth Avenue (south), and Fullterton Drive (west).
The vast majority of the Stevens Park real estate listings were built between the late 1930s and the 1960s, which explains their unique charm and vintage look. The houses here have been renovated, but their exteriors were (thankfully) not changed much. Residents have taken some liberty with the interiors of the homes, though.
The real estate listings in Stevens Park now come in a wide range of interior styling. There are some that remain vintage, whereas others have been nearly completely updated with contemporary design features. Many of the homes here are L-shaped and have brick construction and heavy porch timbers.
They were designed this way because one of the architects who worked on the development wanted the homes to look inviting but solid and faithful to the dominant style of the time.
Established in 1981, the Stevens Park Estates Homeowner’s Association plans and hosts several neighborhood gatherings during the year. Neighbors love to meet for a variety of special events throughout the year such as pool parties, holiday events, block parties and more. The much sought after Dallas ISD schools mean Stevens Park is tops on the list for residents with kids. Children in the neighborhood can attend Rosemont Elementary which feeds into Sunset High School.
Things to Do In Dallas
For a great outdoors experience, 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.
Kid-friendly activities are aplenty at Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, one of Dallas' best attractions. The attraction boasts year-long seasonal exhibits including a huge autumn festival featuring life-size fairy tale pumpkin houses. During the summer months, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden host outdoor concerts.
Stevens Park Home Values
Generally, Stevens Parkhome values are doing great. The median sales listing price is currently more or less $425,000. That number tends to fluctuate a lot sometimes, but the home values in Stevens Park are often a lot better than those in Dallas as a whole.