Kessler Park Real Estate
Allie Beth Allman is your real estate resource for informative advice on the best available homes within the Kessler Park and Oak Cliff areas.
With a variety of lovely 20th century and mid-20th century homes located in a distinctive Texas geography, Kessler Park and Oak Cliff are exciting neighborhoods for those who enjoy beautiful surroundings and convenient pathways into the electric nightlife in Downtown Dallas.
Neighborhoods are easily accessible from the heart of Dallas. The region encompasses the area between Interstate-30, Interstate-35E, Camp Wisdom Road and Cockrell Hill Road.
Kidd Springs Park, Lake Cliff Park, and the Twelve Hills Nature Center are all favorites contributing to the area’s reputation for excellent recreation options. The Trinity River borders Kessler Park to the north, offering an abundance of fertile green space. There are also spectacular views of the glittering Downtown Dallas skyline from the area.
The parks and riverside are perfect spots for hosting a family picnic, and golf enthusiasts enjoy spending sunny weekend days teeing off at Stevens Park, a picturesque public course in the area known as the “Little Augusta” of Dallas
Residents are conveniently near the popular Bishops Arts District with its dozens of independent restaurants, bars, coffee shops, theaters, boutique retailers, live music venues and art galleries.
Some popular area hot spots include the Greek Cafe and Bakery, where decadent pastries add a bit of sweetness to the neighborhood. Boulevardier is always a bistro hit, as is the case with Jonathon’s Oak Cliff, Gloria’s Latin Cuisine, Macellaio and Lockhart Smokehouse.
The Texas Theater, originally built in the 1930s, has a significant spot in Dallas’ history. Nowadays it offers independent films in a relaxing environment complete with a full cocktail bar.
The Bishop Arts Theatre Center features an assortment of dramatic performances and a red-hot series of big-name jazz artists in concert each season. The Kessler Theater on W. Davis Street in the heart of Oak Cliff is a local mainstay for quality shows from an impressive variety of touring artists.
Kessler Park and Oak Cliff have undergone a transformation of late and is steadily becoming one of the most desirable areas of real estate in Dallas.
Children living in Kessler Park and Oak Cliff are served by the Dallas Independent School District. There are several private schools with top-notch educational services for preschoolers to teens not far away, including Ursuline Academy of Dallas, The Hockaday School, Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas and more.
Popular neighborhoods in the area include Beckley Club Estates, Elmwood, Fruitdale, Hampton Hills, Highland Hills, Kessler Plaza, Lake Cliff and Kidd Springs.