The rolling, winding streets of Mayflower Estates, north of Walnut Hill between Gaywood and Broadmoor Park, include Dallas’ largest and most important estates and also many architect designed homes from the 1950s through the early 21st century. The boundaries of this estate neighborhood are Kelsey on the north, Inwood on the west, Walnut Hill on the south and North Dallas Tollway on the east. The quiet and serene setting recalls the feel of an earlier Preston Hollow neighborhood.
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Preston Hollow Real Estate found in the Preston Hollow Neighborhoods
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There are So Many Reasons Why the Homeowners in Mayflower Estates The finest estate homes in Dallas are located in Mayflower Estates. Here there are also spectacular Texas modern homes sited on creeks and small lakes.
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Some of the Homes found in Mayflower Estates Neighborhood
Architect Maurice Fatio Designed Significant Estate Home Built In 1939
Architect Scott Lyons Designed Texas Modern Home in 1963
Architect Yoakum & Perkins Designed Estate Home
Architect Max M. Sandfield Designed Mid-Century Modern Estate Home Built In 1962
Architect Scott Lyons Designed Texas Modern Estate Home Built In 1983
Architect William Benson Designed Significant Mid-Century Modern Residence Built In 1957
Architect Maurice Fatio Designed Significant French Chateau Estate Home Built In 1939
Architect Robert Johnson Perry Designed Significant Estate Home Built In 1970
Architect Bernbaum Magadini Designed Estate Home Built In 2003
Preston Hollow Estate Home Built In 1959
Architect Alfred T. Gilman Designed Mid-Century Modern Home Built In 1954
Architect Wilson Fuqua Designed Estate Home Built In 1999
Architect Lucius E. O'Bannon Designed Real Estate Built In 1948
Architect John Astin Perkins Designed Estate Home Built In 1951
Architect Patrick Ford Designed Estate Home Built In 2000
Preston Hollow Residence
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Mayflower Estates is Secluded, Hidden, and ProminentWhat a wonderful surprise when you discover a small hidden neighborhood with the largest estate properties and most distinguished and architecturally significant homes on creeks and small lakes that are designed by prominent architects including Maurice Fatio, Peter Marino, Scott Lyons, Wilson Fuqua, Cole Smith, and Max Sandfield.
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Mayflower Estates Map
Mayflower Estates inside Walnut Hill to Forest Lane. Click on the map and discover each home as you explore this neighborhood.