Neighborhoods in Dallas - Expressions of Excellence
Real Estate Broker Douglas Newby Will Help You Find the Best Sites in the Finest Neighborhoods of Dallas
Douglas Newby's rich experience as a real estate broker gives him the greatest understanding and appreciation of how the evolution of neighborhoods determines the future value of homes. Learn about 150 distinct neighborhoods in Dallas known for architecturally significant homes. As you know, there are many good Dallas neighborhoods but only a few great ones. We want our clients to know about the great ones. While location has always been considered important in real estate, even more important is a great site. As your real estate broker, we will help you find more than a great location. We will discuss the distinct nuances of the most prestigious neighborhoods and help you determine the finest site that best expresses the attributes of these Dallas neighborhoods. If you are looking for the best home in one of the finest neighborhoods, I am committed to helping you find a home of aesthetic, economic and real value. Contact Douglas Newby at 214.522.1000. See More
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Architecturally and Historically Significant Homes in Highland Park We share your interest in Highland Park both professionally and avocationally and want to share with you our knowledge of the architecturally... See More
You will find in the Turtle Creek neighborhoods the best architecture, the most scenic neighborhoods, classic modern homes and the largest collection of residential highrises in Dallas. Not in Highland... See More
The unifying theme of University Park is the excellent Highland Park Independent School District schools. Coupled with University Park’s reputation for safety, parks and tree lined streets, families with young... See More
Architect Designed Estate Homes and Modern Homes in Glen Abbey Glen Abbey is one of the last neighborhoods of enormous homes over 10,000 square feet designed by prominent architects. Since 2010... See More
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... See More
Munger Place, which now comprises the Munger Place Historic District and Swiss Avenue Historic District, was created in 1905 as the finest residence park in the southland. Deed restrictions, uniform... See More
East Dallas real estate in this Dallas neighborhood is comprised of the Old East Dallas Neighborhoods, White Rock Lake Neighborhood, Lakewood Neighborhood and Deep Ellum Neighborhood. You will find great... See More
White Rock Lake is the best known spot in Dallas and the best kept secret.
Turtle Creek Park Framed By Creeks and Trails
Many in Dallas consider Turtle Creek Park their favorite neighborhood. This small neighborhood of just 34 homes is close to the most vibrant retail and restaurant areas of Dallas and secluded by Turtle Creek, Rock Creek, and the Katy Trail.
Discover Mayflower Estates, A Small Neighborhood With Largest Estate Properties in Dallas
Some of the most desirable neighborhoods are virtually unknown except to those with the finest taste, most access, and familiarity with the best Dallas has to offer.
Because I have studied Dallas neighborhoods, written about Dallas historic neighborhoods, produced and wrote A Guide To The Older Neighborhoods of Dallas and have organized and sponsored many historic neighborhood home tours, I will be best able to assist you. Working closely with architects selecting sites for their clients makes me keenly aware of lots that can accentuate the architecture of a home.
All of us at Douglas Newby & Associates are sensitive to the preferred locations and the nuances of each Highland Park and Dallas neighborhood. We recognize a home and its site is your greatest design decision.
Mr. Newby, I heard you on 90.1 yesterday and found it very interesting to discover some new things about the city I grew up in. I would encourage you to continue to visit with KERA because there was no shortage of callers or interest in what you had to say. Thank you for making Dallas ever-more interesting and intriguing.
"A Neighborhood Embraces the People you Enjoy and Who Enjoy You"