Architecturally and Historically Significant Homes in Greenway Parks
Greenway Parks is the most successful planned development in Dallas. Not only is the plan of shared greenbelts relevant today, but it also attracts the highest quality young buyers. Greenway Parks has the distinction of being designed by architect David Williams, the father of Texas Modernism. He is known for combining the indigenous qualities of Texas with the Modernism of Europe. In Greenway Parks the Spanish Colonial influence of the neighborhood markers and monuments came from the time David Williams spent in Mexico. See More
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Architect Hidell & Decker Designed Mid-Century Modern Residence Built In 1955
Architect Fooshee & Cheek Designed Home Built In 1951
Architect Robert Meckfessel Designed Residence Built In 2001
Greenway Parks Real Estate Built In 1941
Greenway Parks Home Built In 1950
Greenway Parks Residence Built In 1941
Greenway Parks Home Built In 1927
Greenway Parks Home Built In 1952
Greenway Parks Residence Built In 1927
Architect Frank Welch Designed House
Greenway Parks House Built In 1925
Architect Wilson McClure Designed Home Built In 1949
Greenway Parks Residence Built In 1925
Greenway Parks Real Estate Built In 1954
Greenway Parks Home Built In 1950
Greenway Parks Residence Built In 1973
Architect Howard R. Meyer Designed Significant International Home Built In 1951
Architect Fonzie E. Robertson Designed Home Built In 1926
Greenway Parks Residence Built In 1931
Greenway Parks House Built In 1926
Architect Signe & Jason Smith Designed House Built In 2004
The services you provided Nancy and me in the sale of our home in Greenway Parks were exemplary. We received personalized service, architectural awareness, sophisticated advice, access to outstanding marketing materials and technology and, most important of all, friendship. In a world far too homogenized, Douglas, you are unique. You and your staff were professional, knowledgeable, prompt, considerate and thorough. Douglas, you have a unique perspective on Dallas architecture. We are so happy you represented us, every detail was considered and our sale was in the best possible hands. The marketing of our beautiful home was not quick or easy because of its location, but Douglas, you were steadfast, and in the end we received a very fair price. The only bad part about the transaction being closed was that we don’t’ have the opportunity to visit with you as often as we did.
- David Fuller
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Greenway Parks Neighborhood - Continued
David Williams’ interest in planning communities was also developed in Mexico where he did similar work before he came to Dallas and then when he left Dallas and his residential practice to work in the Roosevelt administration planning communities.
In Greenway Parks you are introduced to the neighborhood with his Spanish Colonial columns and proceed into a neighborhood with greenbelts of common areas, parkways and parks. His neighborhood and community planning, just as his residential design, was ahead of his time, and extremely attractive and popular today.
In this neighborhood you will find architect-designed and significant homes from several decades. Dallas’ best architects and designers have renovated homes in Greenway Parks.
Once again, thank you for all of your patience, hard work and your positive attitude through this entire process. We very much appreciate it!
Antal and Natasha Desai