University Park Real Estate
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What began as a cluster of homes surrounding fledgling Southern Methodist University is now one of the most desirable neighborhoods in America.
Streets in the region, known as University Park, are named after various educational institutions around the country including Bryn Mawr, Colgate, Marquette, Centenary, Villanova and more.
University Park has its own standards of quality living in the city full of beautiful homes as well as important destinations including The George W. Bush Presidential Center.
From luxurious condominiums to modern or refurbished single-family homes as well as high-rise apartments, there is nothing quite like the 3.75-square mile area
A series of eight beautiful parks pepper the area's historical landscape offering recreational and leisure activities for everyone to enjoy – from swimming at the University Park Pool and playing tennis on lighted courts to hosting family picnics and participating in baseball or soccer games on manicured fields.
University Park's new public library offers services for toddlers through seniors and hosts numerous events exclusively for residents while housing thousands of books and multimedia for residents to checkout.
Conveniently located just five miles away from Downtown Dallas, University Park includes excellent shopping, dining and entertainment venues.
Highland Park Village is an historic open-air shopping center, is also nearby, perfect for elegant dinner (Café Pacific, Bistro 31, Mi Cocina, The Honor Bar) or quick breakfast (The Bird Bakery) for the family. The Texas landmark was the first self-contained shopping center in America. It has an international reputation for unprecedented luxury boutiques such as Balenciaga, Cartier, Chanel, Dior, Frame, Hermès, Tom Ford and Valentino.
A smaller venue, Snider Plaza, is an outdoor shopping center that houses a collection of specialty boutiques and beloved local restaurants (Kuby’s, Penne Pomodoro) and modern conveniences including a Tom Thumb grocery store, dry cleaner, nail salon and several banks.
University Park children attend schools in the highly acclaimed Highland Park Independent School District. The district is served by five elementary schools (Armstrong, Boone, Bradfield, Hyer, University Park), a pair of middle schools (Highland Park Middle School, McCulloch Intermediate School) and Highland Park High School.
Several private schools with educational services for preschoolers to teens are also available close by including Ursuline Academy of Dallas, The Hockaday School, Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas and more. Dallas County Community College also operates nearby campuses.
The city has consistently been ranked among the most highly educated in the nation.