Dallas Homes Featured Communities


Allen is an up and coming, upscale suburban city within Collin County. It's a family-oriented city, with newer neighborhoods and schools. Allen is sound suburban family living, close to fine shopping, dining, parks and playgrounds- it's one to consider.

Bishop Arts District

Bishop Art's district is an independent neighborhood in the heart of Oak Cliff, a suburb just south of downtown Dallas. Just over the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, you will find this 6 block eclectic pocket packed full of great food, cozy restaurants, and a wide variety of boutiques. As you walkabout, you'll discover many local artists offering their original art work and home décor. It's also a favorite spot among local photographers and their clients looking for unique buildings and other eye catching photo backgrounds.

Bluff View

Bluff View is a small, exclusive neighborhood nestled just minutes from Love Field Airport and downtown Dallas and is bordered by other well refined, sought-after neighborhoods. This classy niche within Dallas is well placed for city living and travel and makes a seamless place to call home.


Colleyville is an affluent city in northeast Tarrant County, a suburb of Fort Worth. This city is celebrated for being the most favorable place to raise your family. Colleyville has been ranked one of the safest cities in Texas, if not the safest, with exceptional schools, community events and involvement.


Devonshire is an elegant, lush neighborhood that sits just north of downtown Dallas and borders the Dallas North Tollway and other affluent Dallas neighborhoods. Devonshire is a dynamic, evolved community that invests in its residents.


Frisco, once considered the far outskirts farm land of Dallas, is now a stunning, rapidly growing and affluent city.  Positioned north of Dallas, within the Collin and Denton counties, this city offers stellar family suburban living with fine homes, abundant parks, and some of the best shopping and dining in the Dallas metropolitan area. Frisco attracts young families looking for the ideal spot to live and plant their family roots.

Highland Park

Highland Park is a prestigious city that borders the north end of downtown Dallas. Highland Park enjoys a proud reputation for having quality homes, strong community involvement, boutique shopping and well preserved parks, lush trees and landscapes. If you're looking for a refined community to in which to live and get involved, Highland Park is the real-deal.

Kessler Park

The Kessler Park neighborhood is considered a hidden gem within Dallas. It's named after George E. Kessler, the first city planner in Dallas. Kessler Park is notorious for its charm, beauty and proud community residents. Mature trees, extraordinary architecture, and a well-positioned, hilly Dallas landscape are only some of its sure bet characteristics that have many considering this neighborhood a place to call home.


The Lakewood neighborhoods are full of old-fashioned culture and history, located just east of downtown Dallas. This niche offers a wide variety of distinctive style homes, large properties and estates. It's a growing, trendy community with multiple historic Dallas landmarks and borders White Rock Lake and the scenic Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. If you want to live close to the city, yet enjoy outdoor exercise and activities, this community warrants your consideration.

M Streets

Greenland Hills is an affluent neighborhood most commonly referred to by locals as the "M-Streets". This is an old, yet well-preserved neighborhood with two major streets and many neighborhood streets that start with the letter "M", hence the favorable "M-Streets" name. This neighborhood has common Tudor-style and English cottage architecture throughout. It's a beautiful neighborhood that draws in working professionals and families that want to have their home close to fantastic nightlife, dining and shopping. It's just a few miles up the road from downtown Dallas, minutes from Southern Methodist University, and bordered by the popular and trendy lower Greenville nightlife.


The City of McKinney is located the in the heart of Collin county and has been named in very recent years as one of the top 5 places to live in the United States. McKinney offers the whole package when it comes to suburban family living, with great homes, land and property options to choose from, schools, robust community activities and a quaint and historic downtown. McKinney offers a perfect family environment with an old-fashion, home-town feel, but is surrounded by all the modern amenities.


The city of Plano is located north of Dallas and is one of the most popular places to live within the Dallas metropolitan area. In fact, it has made numerous top 10 lists for the most popular cities in which to live. Plano is a large, family community that offers unsurpassed suburban living. This city has wonderful homes for all budgets, a plethora of dining and shopping options and countless parks and outdoor activities.

Preston Hollow

Preston Hollow is an estate community located in North Dallas that fosters the best of upscale Dallas living. Preston Hollow is duly noted for having stunning estate neighborhoods and private schools aplenty.


Prosper is a suburban town situated in both Collin and Denton counties.  This small farming town was affectionately named for its once bountiful cotton crops, yet as time has progressed, the name has continued to be spot-on. Prosper encompasses wealth and luxury like no other, from its abundant residential developments to its wide span of country land.   Prosper is an ideal community for the commuting business professionals seeking the best of the best in a suburban family town.


Richardson is a well-established inner suburban Dallas city. It's a large city that is known as much for its many affluent neighborhoods as it for having a large concentration of some of the world's largest telecom and networking companies. This city has been ranked favorably for many years now as one of the best Texas cities in which to live.

Turtle Creek

With the first noted residents almost 3,000 years ago, Turtle Creek provides an opulent atmosphere just minutes from downtown Dallas. Turtle Creek neighborhoods offer a desired and rare combination of urban living amid flowing creeks, well preserved parks and trails, and a wide variety of architecture. If you are looking for a place that has it all around the corner and then some, from a traditional home to a modern residential high rise, Turtle Creek is certainly a place to ponder.


Uptown, located on the northern section of downtown Dallas, is the ideal spot for the urban aficionado and is known for its young, professional and active residents. Uptown offers the quintessential modern city high rise, loft and apartment living. Positioned well within the pulse of the downtown Dallas city lights, dining, theater and events, this is an energetic urban culture all its own.