Dallas architect Henry Coke Knight, a graduate of the University of Texas and the Harvard School of Architecture, was known for designing the Dallas Woman’s Club, the Dallas Little Theater, and the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as homes in the Highland Park neighborhood.
4600 Lakeside Drive, Highland Park, Texas
This home built in 1932 was a project of architect Henry Coke Knight in the second section of the Old Highland Park neighborhood. It’s brick exterior sits privately in its... See More on 4600 Lakeside Drive, Highland Park, Texas
4253 Armstrong Parkway, Highland Park, Texas
This architect Henry Coke Knight estate home in the Highland Park Neighborhood was built in 1936. It sits in the second section of Highland Park west of Preston with a... See More on 4253 Armstrong Parkway, Highland Park, Texas