What Makes Living in
East Dallas Special

Historic Neighborhoods

Old East Dallas. Lower Greenville. Lakewood. Deep Ellum.
Lake Highlands. Casa Linda.

Dallas boasts a rich tapestry of historic neighborhoods, each offering a distinct flavor. For a charming, close-knit feel, explore Old East Dallas or Casa Linda with their bungalows and tree-lined streets. If trendy shops and nightlife are your preference, Lower Greenville or Deep Ellum beckon. Seeking a family-friendly vibe? Check out Lakewood or Lake Highlands, known for their excellent schools and spacious homes. No matter your desire, Dallas has a historic neighborhood waiting to be discovered.

The Dallas Arboretum

Making flora and fauna cool since 1984.

A horticultural haven, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden offers a breathtaking escape year-round. With over 66 acres of meticulously landscaped gardens, it's a feast for the senses. Imagine strolling through the vibrant blooms of the Margaret Elizabeth Jonsson Color Garden, or losing yourself in the peaceful serenity of the Penson Japanese Garden. This world-class destination not only boasts seasonal beauty, but also educational programs and special events, making it a vibrant hub for nature lovers, families, and garden enthusiasts alike.
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Swiss Avenue

The first local historic district designated in Dallas.

Once a dirt road named Swiss Boulevard, Swiss Avenue in Dallas blossomed into a grand boulevard in the early 1900s. Visionary developer Robert S. Munger envisioned it as the heart of Munger Place, an exclusive enclave for the city's elite. Today, Swiss Avenue Historic District stands as a testament to that era, with over 200 grand homes in various architectural styles like Prairie and Colonial Revival. This meticulously preserved neighborhood, the first historic district in Dallas, is known for its elegant streetscapes, architectural beauty, and enduring legacy as a place where Dallas history unfolds.

White Rock Lake

Where outdoor activities are on lock.

White Rock Lake is your Dallas escape hatch, offering a bounty of activities for every mood. Rent a kayak or paddleboard and soak up the lake views, or lace up your shoes and hit the scenic 9.3-mile trail that encircles the water. Cast a line and try your luck fishing, or scope out the abundant birdlife with the help of the Audubon Society area. Feeling peckish? Pack a picnic lunch and sprawl out on the sprawling lawns, or grab a bite at one of the lakeside cafes. Whether you seek active adventure or serene relaxation, White Rock Lake provides the perfect dose of nature in the heart of the city.

Gaston Avenue

A stretch of homes out of history.

Gaston Avenue in East Dallas weaves a captivating story through distinct neighborhoods. Stroll through tree-lined streets in historic Munger Place, admiring the grandeur of meticulously preserved Victorian homes. In Deep Ellum, the avenue ignites with vibrant energy, pulsating with the sounds of live music spilling from iconic venues like Trees. As you continue, Lower Greenville unfolds, a haven for trendy shops and buzzing with a youthful energy. Gaston Avenue isn't just a street, it's a dynamic experience, offering a glimpse into the rich tapestry of East Dallas, where history and modern cool collide.
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