With more than 9,000 square miles encompassing 13 counties, you’re sure to find a neighborhood in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex that fits your needs. Whether you’re a young professional or a retiree, you’re single or you have a family, or your lifestyle is urban or suburban, there’s a place here for everyone.
Housing ranges from affordable single-family homes to some of the most breathtaking—and expensive—mansions in the state’s most exclusive enclaves.
If you haven’t yet decided which Dallas neighborhood is right for you, our moving experts offer a quick list of some of the most popular choices.
If you’re looking for a dynamic, walkable neighborhood, your search ends in Uptown. Here, you’ll find the best of all things urban, from galleries and boutiques to museums and even a streetcar line. The Katy Trail urban greenbelt, once a railway line, rounds out the options for activities.
Ready for the ultimate in exciting urban living? It’s all here among the soaring skyscrapers: first-rate arts and cultural facilities, historic buildings, great hotels and bars, top-notch restaurants, the indoor Dallas Farmer’s Market, which is open daily, and so much more.
There’s no shortage of housing styles here, from modern condos and luxury apartments to detached single-family homes. This walkable neighborhood has its roots in arts and music, which is still evident in its vibrant nightlife. Commuters like Deep Ellum for its easy access to the city’s DART Green Line.
If you want to be close to restaurants, galleries, and shops, the Bishop Arts District is the place to be. Housing ranges from brand-new modern apartment buildings to charming bungalows in this affordable neighborhood. At last count, more than 60 independently owned businesses are thriving in this walkable enclave.
If you’re moving to Dallas to take a job in the medical field, you’ll want to check out this growing neighborhood. The district is home to medical research institutions and a number of Dallas’s most significant hospitals and medical centers. As you might expect, housing is mostly residential apartments for the thousands of medical professionals who work nearby.
Single-story ranch homes from the 1960s and tree-lined streets make this area an affordable and attractive neighborhood. It includes Hillridge, Casa Linda Forest, and Claremont, and is known collectively as White Rock Hills. Residents have easy access to visual arts classes at the Creative Art Center, as well as Eastfield College.
A diverse population is drawn to The Cedars, where unique lofts and offices blend with the charm of one of Dallas’s oldest districts. The number of restaurants, breweries, bars, and art galleries is on the rise here, thanks to a long-term revitalization project that’s underway.
This area actually includes dozens of small neighborhoods that offer a wide range of home types and prices. Once an enormous farm, it still has plenty of parks and green spaces, plus a trail that takes you to White Rock Lake. With its top-ranked public schools, Lake Highlands is perfect for growing families.
Home to Southern Methodist University, this affluent neighborhood is popular for its entertainment and shopping. It has plenty of beautiful, high-end homes and is close to all that Downtown has to offer. Snider Plaza, a busy community center, draws visitors from across the city, as do Caruth Park and Holmes Aquatic Center. You may spot a few tourists here as well—University Park is where you’ll find a replica of the White House’s Oval Office, at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood if you want to be in the middle of nature’s beauty and outdoor activities. Named for the 1,200-acre White Rock Lake, this area lets you sail, kayak, and boat close to home. Residents from all over the city come to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden in White Rock. Home choices here range from mid-priced housing to large homes on large lots.
Choose from condos, apartments, and single-family homes in this trendy neighborhood. It’s easy to get to downtown Dallas from here, but you’ll have restaurants, breweries, shops, co-working spaces, museums, and design studios right outside your door.
This is a large district that includes the four distinct neighborhoods of North Oak Cliff, East Oak Cliff, Southeast Oak Cliff, and Central Oak Cliff. The area has some of the top high schools in the nation, plus Paul Quinn College and the University of North Texas at Dallas. There’s no shortage of great destinations here, such as Oak Cliff Nature Preserve, the Dallas Zoo, public golfing at the Stevens Park Golf Course, walking trails at Kidd Springs Park, and a burgeoning arts and cultural scene.
“Grand” is the word when it comes to what you’ll find in the beautiful and exclusive Preston Hollow. This very upscale neighborhood has some of the most fantastic mansions and estate lots in the city, many of which date back to the 1920s. As expected in an area that’s home to some of the wealthiest people in Dallas, Preston Hollow has the city’s most prestigious private schools and plenty of high-end shopping at North Park Center and Dallas Galleria.
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