If you’re contemplating a move to the North Dallas area, you certainly have your pick of neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for established, tree-lined neighborhoods or newer developments for young families, there’s something for everyone here. And when it comes time for your move, entrust the relocation to Around the Block Moving Company, where we are skilled in all manner of residential moves throughout the region.
Here are some of the best neighborhoods to move to in North Dallas.
Preston Hollow happens to be one of Dallas’s most elite neighborhoods. Located inside the LBJ/I-635 loop, you get easy access from LBJ/I-635 and the Dallas North Tollway.
Large estates with imposing oak trees dot this neighborhood. You’ll find a lot of early one- or two-story style homes built in the 1930s, interspersed with plenty of newer homes boasting 6,000 square feet or more. The price of home ownership in Preston Hollow is steep, so plan on spending about $2 million to live here.
You get a lot for that money, though, with access to the area’s most elite private schools charging upwards of $20,000 a year, such as the Episcopal School of Dallas, Hockaday School, Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas, and Ursuline Academy of Dallas.
Located along White Rock Lake, Lakewood is home to a mix of impressive estates and charming cottages. The thing that’s so special about Lakewood is its close-knit community, natural beauty, easy access to the city center, and its local elementary school, which is considered one of the best in Dallas.
An older suburb, Richardson has plenty of diversity and affordability, situated between Dallas and the large suburb of Plano. Richardson is home to many major employers, and boasts the city’s “Telecom Corridor.” This is where well-known companies such as Nortel and Verizon Business have their headquarters.
With 106,000 residents, Richardson is landlocked, surrounded by established suburbs and neighborhoods. However, it’s connected to the DART light rail system, which makes for a 20-minute commute to downtown Dallas.
Richardson hosts the beautiful annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival and Cottonwood Art Festival, celebrated each spring and fall at Cottonwood Park. The city attracts families and couples with many different budgets, offering everything from starter homes to new models with all the bells and whistles.
Located north of downtown Dallas and west of North Central Expressway, this is a fashionable neighborhood popular with young professionals and empty-nesters who are seeking that urban lifestyle. You’ll find a plethora of mid-rise apartments and townhouses, as well as luxury high-rise options.
There aren’t as many single-home structures here, as many have been converted into offices, shops or cafes over the years. Uptown is the perfect destination for young professionals looking to rent, and it’s one of Dallas’s most walkable neighborhoods.
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