Original Beverly Drive Home
Highland Park Home Undergoes Modern Renovation
Modern award-winning architects Braxton Werner and Paul Field have designed the modern renovation of this original Beverly Drive home in Highland Park. While the scale and exterior architecture is consistent with other homes on the block, the interior has been dramatically changed, reflecting the compatibility of modern with Mediterranean.
Search MLS for Highland Park Homes for Sale
While often offering Highland Park homes for sale not offered in MLS, there are still many good homes for sale in MLS and I look forward to also reviewing with you these homes for sale.
This Highland Park, Dallas, Web site is dedicated to those of you who already live in Highland Park, those who desire to purchase a Highland Park Home for sale, and those of you aesthetically enlightened who just enjoy Highland Park. Please use Highland Park, Dallas, as a resource to help you buy a home in Highland Park or to learn more about the architect designed homes of Highland Park and the incredible attributes of Highland Park.
Highland Park Modern Homes for Sale in MLS
Highland Park is an ideal place to find modern homes for sale, mid-century modern homes for sale, or Texas modern homes for sale because Dallas has the best collection of modern homes in the nation.
Land for sale: 97.5 feet wide by 199 feet deep - .428 acres
You will find this large Highland Park lot for sale on Lexington Avenue, a tree lined street of architecturally significant homes. This is one of the few large pieces of land in Highland Park for sale in the Armstrong Elementary School district of HPISD.
Offered by Realtor Douglas Newby (214)522-1000
Highland Park is You
You enjoy the best and expect the best. You have a great aesthetic eye and a great eye for value. You enjoy immersing yourself in the city’s cultural opportunities and the exciting life of a city, but desire a tranquil residential retreat insulated from the worries of the world. You are sophisticated and generous and give a high priority to education, security and a beautiful environment.
Armstrong, The Graceful Parkway of Highland Park
One always feels elegant and grand when traveling through Highland Park on Armstrong Parkway.
Douglas Newby is Your Highland Park Realtor Helping You Find Your Highland Park Home
I know you only want the best Dallas has to offer and that is why I only work with people like you and edit my business to offer only the finest homes. Of all the realtors, I specialize in Highland Park and the finest architect designed homes in Highland Park. Your realtor should understand and be passionate about good design and good value. You will benefit from my ability to review Highland Park real estate, the nuances of each small neighborhood and the finest Highland Park homes for sale. You will benefit from my experience and expertise that comes from selling more architecturally significant homes than any other realtor in Dallas. Everyone who works with me, from my colleagues and staff to title companies and lenders, recognizes that I personally represent the most important people in Dallas and they should contribute to the process with the high level of attention that you have come to expect in all your endeavors.
Highland Park Real Estate
Highland Park real estate is associated with the most expensive homes in Dallas. What many don’t realize is that Highland Park homes are the best value.
Gracious Highland Park homes can be purchased under $1,000,000 and Highland Park homes can be purchased for over $50,000,000, but each home is in a beautiful Highland Park neighborhood that enjoys the Highland Park Police, Department of Public Safety, Highland Park Fire Department, Highland Park schools, library and the meandering creeks like Hackberry Creek and Turtle Creek that run through Highland Park linking the green spaces, parks and small Highland Park neighborhoods. Often Highland Park homes can be purchased at lot value because the demand for land is so strong and growing because the inventory of Highland Park homes and Highland Park lots is so small. Highland Park is totally insulated from Dallas and any challenges facing a large city. Highland Park is also the neighborhood closest to the , Knox, the Arts District, and Katy Trail the wonderful assets of the city. The better Dallas does as a city, the more valuable the property becomes in Highland Park.
Dallas is the strongest city in the country and we can fully expect it to flourish as 25 years of planning is coming to fruition. Projects like Trinity Park, the Museum of Nature and Science, the park being built over Woodall Rodgers Freeway, and the new convention hall are all monumental projects bolstering the future of Dallas and the increased demand for Highland Park real estate and homes.
We are so grateful to you for guiding us throughout the exciting process of buying a beautiful Highland Park estate home first and then trying to sell our old Highland Park one in record time. I know you have an eye for distinctive and unique homes given your endless appetite for architecture and cultural comprehension. But your deep understanding of human behavior and the art of negotiation is even more spectacular. You are a rare gem and I am so blessed to count you as a good friend.
-Choy Leng Scott
Previous Homes in Highland Park For Sale Now Sold
Some of the finest homes in Highland Park are not in MLS but are Highland Park homes that we offer for sale. View Highland Park homes below:
Highland Park Neighborhoods
Highland Park is extraordinarily beautiful from one corner of the neighborhood to the other. Creeks and parks are found throughout Highland Park. As you look at Highland Park more closely, you will learn the nuances of the many small neighborhoods within the township of Highland Park, some close to Highland Park Village, others close to SMU, and others bordered by the Katy trail. Some Highland Park neighborhoods have large estate lots where some Highland Park neighborhoods are on smaller lots overlooking parks.
Whether you prefer the historic homes of Highland Park built in the 1920s, 1930s or 1940s, or the midcentury architect designed homes of the 1950s or 1960s, or the Texas modern homes of the 1970s and 1980s, or the more recently built Highland Park estate homes, you will be able to find the perfect neighborhood. You will discover each Highland Park neighborhood below has several specific sections and additions that represent distinct characteristics of the real estate and homes found in Highland Park.
Celebrating Family, Friends, Neighbors, Highland Park and Texas and the United States at the Highland Park 4th of July Parade
Watch children on floats, SMU bands, US Marshalls on horseback, Congressman Pete Sessions, State Representative Dan Branch, Dignitaries, Armstrong school PTA president, family and friends, applauding the Park Cities 4th of July parade
Versailles Park Inspires Original Highland Park Home
Architecturally Significant home designed by Goodwin and Tatum that aspire the architecture of new homes in Highland Park.
Neighborhoods within Highland Park
Old Highland Park Neighborhood
Highland Park West of Preston Neighborhood
Highland Park North of Mockingbird Neighborhood
The French Streets in Highland Park Offer a Substantial Collection of Architect Designed Homes
The best place in Highland Park to find architect designed homes large enough for a family but still affordable for successful professionals is the 4500 Blocks of the French Streets in Highland Park.
Highland Park High School - Highland Park Schools
Highland Park schools Highland Park high school are considered some of the best in the country, rivaling the top private schools. Whether it is academics or athletics, Highland Park high school excels. Learn about these neighborhood schools, the committed parents and passionate teachers.
McCulloch Intermediate School
Highland Park Middle School
Highland Park High SchoolHighland Park High School
Highland Park Village
This open-air, historic, stylish and renovated Highland Park Village shopping center is a landmark for all the right reasons. Opened in 1931, it was designed by Dallas architects Fooshee and Cheek who travelled internationally to refine the design for this Spanish Colonial shopping center facing inward. Sited across from the Dallas Country Club, the oldest country club in Texas, it is a favorite location in Highland Park. Highland Park Village serves as a true village for the Highland Park residents, where you can have your shoes repaired at Deno’s or buy groceries at a small Tom Thumb, buy a camera at Cooter’s or grab a suit at Ralph Lauren’s Polo Shop. It is also where residents in Highland Park can find the finest estate jewelry from Bill Noble at William Noble Rare Jewels or peruse high fashion at Chanel, a few sporting items from Beretta, or have fun at Jimmy Choo or Tory Burch. Even eyeglasses are a little more stylish at the Highland Park Village, visit Peeper’s or buy some household goods at Williams-Sonoma. Whether it’s casual and stylish dinner at Mi Cocina or the elegance of the dark wood and white table tops at the Highland Park institution Café Pacific, ask for Thomas or Lisa and they will treat you as well as any of the nobility who are frequent guests.
Highland Park Church
Highland Park – Third Church Christ the Scientist
This Highland Park Church was designed by architect Mark Lemmon.
Third Church Christ the Scientist
Highland Park Presbyterian Church
Highland Park Presbyterian has been in existence since the 1920s. This Highland Park church is one of the largest and most influential churches in the country. Located on University Boulevard and close to Williams Park, its original design was by architect Mark Lemmon.
Highland Park Presbytarian Church
Highland Park Methodist Church
Highland Park United Methodist Church is located at the southwest corner of the Southern Methodist University campus at Mockingbird Lane and Hillcrest Avenue. Its first services were held in 1916 and now there are over 13,000 members including former President George Bush. Just down the SMU boulevard is Perkins Chapel, the place of worship for both Methodist and Catholic students attending SMU and for nearby Park Cities residents.
Highland Park Methodist Church
Highland Park Perkins Chapel
Highland Park - Park Cities Baptist Church
Highland Park - Park Cities Baptist Church, founded in 1939, is located at Northwest Highway between Hillcrest Avenue and Preston Road. Its diverse membership consists of nearly 9,400 members. Five weekend worship services are offered.
Highland Park - Park Cities Baptist Church
Highland Park – Christ the King Catholic Church
Located on the edge of the Park Cities, Christ the King is a popular Catholic church and school. On the south side of Highland Park you will find Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
Highland Park – Christ the King Catholic Church
Highland Park – Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Highland Park - Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church
Many prominent Highland Park and University Park and Dallas residents attend Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church which is the largest Episcopal Church in the United States, serving 5,000 communicants. It is located on the edge of University Park, on the corner of Douglas Avenue and Colgate Avenue.
Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church
Highland Park Architecture and Architects
No other township in Texas is as rich in architect designed homes in the 20th and 21st centuries as is Highland Park. Prominent architects from every decade designed Mediterranean, English, Georgian, Tudor, Italianate, Spanish Colonial and modern homes.
Highland Park Home designed by architect John Allen Boyle
In the early 1900s architects like Hal Thomson, who trained in Europe and designed beautiful homes on Swiss Avenue in Munger Place, continued their architecture practices in Highland Park. In the early to late parts of the midcentury, nationally acclaimed architects like O’Neil Ford designed Texas modern homes. Currently, there is a reservoir of great architects who either trained at one of the architecture schools in Texas or on the East Coast who are making a great impact on Dallas. You will see examples of many of these early architects including Lang and Witchell, Hal Thomson, Fooshee and Cheek, Anton Korn, J. Allen Boyle, C.D. Hill, Hal Yoakum and recent architects like Richardson Robertson, Cole Smith, Richard Drummond Davis, Robbie Fusch, Larry Boerder, Wilson Fuqua, Frank Welch and other nationally recognized architects.
Highland Park Realtors
Douglas Newby is the Best Realtor to Help You Buy or Sell a Significant Home in Highland Park
Douglas Newby will help you find a home, and interpret the nuance and the value of the home, its location, its site, and the home's architect.
Douglas Newby is a Highland Park realtor who embraces your desire to live in the finest neighborhood, and acquire the best Highland Park Home that represents the best value