Preston Hollow

The Neighborhood

Home to Deloache Avenue, one of the most  beautiful streets in Dallas, Preston Hollow is a premier, quiet neighborhood made up of winding roads, private lakes and some of the area’s most extraordinary Old World and contemporary estates. Developed in the 1930’s as a respite for the city’s wealthiest doctors, entrepreneurs, industrialists, lawyers, and oil magnates, Preston Hollow remains a bucolic setting where multi-acre lots create a sense of peace and privacy. The neighborhood is dotted with distinct homes that are as interesting as the people who live there. Residents enjoy large lots and a mix of architectural styles that range from mid-century ranch homes to chic contemporaries to expansive mansions reminiscent of Great Gatsby. Located north of the Park Cities this stylish enclave has easy access to major roadways, DFW and Love Field.  It is also minutes from NorthPark Center where stores such as Neiman Marcus, Barney’s, Christian Dior and Valentino cater to the whims and fancies of well-heeled shoppers.

Community

Real estate professionals agree that Preston Hollow is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Dallas—not just for high home values and huge lots but for internationally recognized residents. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, Mavericks power forward Dirk Nowitski, billionaire Ross Perot, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach, former First Family George and Laura Bush and Mayor Tom Leppert all call Preston Hollow home. Because it is situated in the center of many of Dallas’ highly touted private schools including Episcopal School of Dallas, Hockaday School, St. Mark’s School of Texas, Ursuline Academy and Jesuit Preparatory School of Dallas, involvement in various school-based sports, clubs activities and parent associations is a favorite past-time for residents. It is one of the few areas inside LBJ Freeway where homeowners can still purchase heavily treed, multi-acre lots that maintain the same pastoral look and feel of days gone by. With such advantages, it should come as no surprise that Preston Hollow is in high demand.

Home to Deloache Avenue, one of the most beautiful streets in Dallas, Preston Hollow is a premier, quiet neighborhood made up of winding roads, private lakes and some of the area’s most extraordinary Old World and contemporary estates. Developed in the 1930’s as a respite for the city’s wealthiest doctors, entrepreneurs, industrialists, lawyers, and oil magnates, Preston Hollow remains a bucolic setting where multi-acre lots create a sense of peace and privacy. The neighborhood is dotted with distinct homes that are as interesting as the people who live there. Residents enjoy large lots and a mix of architectural styles that range from mid-century ranch homes to chic contemporaries to expansive mansions reminiscent of Great Gatsby. Located north of the Park Cities this stylish enclave has easy access to major roadways, DFW and Love Field.  It is also minutes from NorthPark Center where stores such as Neiman Marcus, Barney’s, Christian Dior and Valentino cater to the whims and fancies of well-heeled shoppers.

Community

Real estate professionals agree that Preston Hollow is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Dallas—not just for high home values and huge lots but for internationally recognized residents. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, Mavericks power forward Dirk Nowitski, billionaire Ross Perot, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach, former First Family George and Laura Bush and Mayor Tom Leppert all call Preston Hollow home. Because it is situated in the center of many of Dallas’ highly touted private schools including Episcopal School of Dallas, Hockaday School, St. Mark’s School of Texas, Ursuline Academy and Jesuit Preparatory School of Dallas, involvement in various school-based sports, clubs activities and parent associations is a favorite past-time for residents. It is one of the few areas inside LBJ Freeway where homeowners can still purchase heavily treed, multi-acre lots that maintain the same pastoral look and feel of days gone by. With such advantages, it should come as no surprise that Preston Hollow is in high demand.