Welcome to Highland Park
Established elegance in an iconic Dallas neighborhood
The grand neighborhood of Highland Park is one of the wealthiest communities in the country. With hedge-lined streets, sprawling yards, and opulent, multi-million dollar homes, this is one of the most prestigious places to live in Dallas.
Highland Park is a family town, boasting a connected community and top-notch schools. Homes here are the height of stately sophistication and set on large, beautifully landscaped lots. Many were designed in the 1920s and 30s by architect Wilbur Cook, who emphasized parks, creeks, and trees in his landscaping. Home designs were originally based on the best of European styles, and the result is a stunning array of mansions set against lush, leafy backdrops.
What to Love
- Stately homes and scenic estates
- Leafy streets and gorgeous landscaping
- Tight-knit community
- Glamorous boutiques and world-class dining
People & Lifestyle
With its reputation as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Texas, Highland Park offers residents an elevated mix of elegant society life and a family-focused community. Locals call themselves Parkies and prize Highland Park’s serene atmosphere, award-winning public schools, and tight-knit feel.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
As one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the country, Highland Park offers a rich culinary scene, superb shopping, and a taste for the finer things in life. Highland Park Village
, first opened in 1931, is a national historic landmark boasting unprecedented luxury retail and dining in a historically rich outdoor setting. Visit upscale retailers like Chanel
, sip margaritas at Mi Cocina
, or refresh with a chef-created, cold-pressed juice at The Juice Bar
For an elegant lunch with friends, Toulouse Cafe and Bar
is a must-try. This posh bistro serves a menu of French-influenced Belgian cuisine. Experience a touch of St. Tropez at Bistro 31
, an elevated, art deco-style bistro serving European bistro fare. Javier's Gourmet Mexicano
offers gourmet Mexico City cuisine, a swanky cigar bar, and an upscale setting.
Things to Do
Life is a pleasure in Highland Park and, activities in this coveted town cater to the elegant lifestyle. The stately Dallas Country Club
spans over 117 acres and offers scenic views of Turtle Creek and the historic skyline of downtown Dallas. Established in 1896, this private, full-service, family-oriented social club is dedicated to providing superior service, outdoor recreation, and a gathering spot for every occasion. Take in a film premiere or support a charity function at the Highland Park Village Theatre
, an upscale, historical multiscreen cinema with posh furnishings, private screening rooms, and a full bar.
Highland Park, as the name suggests, is home to a multitude of cinematic parks and green spaces, but the crown jewel of the neighborhood is Lakeside Park
. Known for its teddy bear statues, lush, creekside landscaping with walking paths, and the thousands of azaleas that bloom every spring, this is a local favorite. The holiday season brings with it the lighting of the Million Dollar Monarch, a beautiful event cherished by residents.