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Turtle Creek real estate is made up of the perfect blend of Uptown freshness, Oak Lawn charm and the prestige of Highland Park. The urban core of Dallas radiates elegance with the extravagant mansions, elegant condos and luxurious high-rise apartments listed by Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
Landscaped trails and well-manicured medians along Turtle Creek Boulevard, Blackburn Street and Lemmon Avenue will have you feeling right at home in this upscale community that runs along Turtle Creek. The small tributary of the Trinity River meanders through the area providing plenty of perfect spaces to take a leisurely stroll, go for an invigorating jog and even have a peaceful family picnic when the weather is favorable. The Turtle Creek Association strives to preserve and protect these 90 acres of green areas within 80 city blocks, while the Friends of Reverchon Park does the same for the historic Dallas landmark once called Turtle Creek Park. The popular Katy Trail, with miles of beautiful and diverse urban hike and bike trails, runs near Turtle Creek as well.
Many enjoy Turtle Creek's convenient access to some of Dallas' finest restaurants, among them the five-star Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Kent Rathbun's Abacus and Ocean Prime. The Turtle Creek name graces multiple businesses and real-estate properties in the surrounding area. The Turtle Creek Village shopping center is one such property that is now being redeveloped into a mixed-use project with apartments, a specialty grocery store, 100,000 square feet of retail space and an 18-story office tower.
Dallas Independent School District educates students who live in the Turtle Creek area, with the highly rated William B. Travis Academy/Vanguard for the Academically Talented and Gifted for students in fourth through eighth grades and Sam Houston Elementary earning top nods for public schools. Several nearby private schools include St. Mark's School of Texas, Ursuline Academy of Dallas and Episcopal School of Dallas.
The Turtle Creek area is part of the Oak Lawn district, just like its popular Uptown neighbor. The Dallas Design District is nearby, as are Victory Park, Perry Heights, State Thomas, Cityplace and West Village.