Welcome to Preston Hollow
Affluence and high-end living in an exclusive Dallas neighborhood
Dating back to the 1920s, Preston Hollow has always been a sought-after residential locale. With its expansive estates and abundance of wealth, Preston Hollow is known as the golden corridor of Dallas. This affluent neighborhood is home to many of Dallas’ wealthiest residents, as well as some of the best private schools in the state. The community's stylish boutiques, trendy restaurants, and sprawling greenspace make Preston Hollow an attractive home for families of all sizes.
With an impressive selection of Tudor styles and architecturally significant homes, Preston Hollow’s exclusive residences more than live up to their reputation.
What to Love
- Gorgeous estates
- Exclusive lifestyle
- Posh boutiques
- Rich culinary scene
People & Lifestyle
Preston Hollow’s residents include some of the country’s wealthiest and most esteemed families. The proximity to the nation’s top private schools and amenities, as well as the neighborhood’s reputation for privacy and security, make this beautiful town the perfect fit for family life. Home to entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and former presidents and political leaders, this tony community is the height of stylish, monied living.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
With a penchant for old-money style, the restaurant scene in Preston Hollow is exclusive and steeped in tradition. Sevy's Grill
is one of the most established restaurants in Dallas, and its spacious grill features classic American cuisine with a warm wooden interior and is a Preston Hollow favorite for power lunches and business meetings. Family-owned and operated, this is considered one of Preston Hollow’s finest dining experiences. Rex's Seafood Market
offers the freshest seafood and oysters, flown in daily, and a wine menu to match.
Preston Hollow is no stranger to global cuisine, and favorite Meso Maya
offers the bold, authentic flavors of regional Mexican fare, while the dramatic, high-energy Blue Sushi Sake Grill
specializes in creative and sustainable sushi and sashimi dishes, as well as topnotch sake.
Things to Do
This affluent neighborhood offers plenty of shopping, culture, and leisure. Spend an afternoon marveling at masters like Van Gogh and Basquiat at the Dallas Museum of Art
. Refresh with a glass of wine at the museum’s cafe
before taking in the beauty of Preston Hollow’s greenspace at the lovely Preston Hollow Park
Experience one of the South’s most impressive botanical gardens at the Dallas Arboretum
, and perhaps, lend your support
to this storied establishment. The impressive Perot Museum of Nature and Science
is nearby and offers an incredible look at the grandeur of the universe and the world’s most stunning scientific achievements.