Historic Edgewood Neighborhood Homes
Discover one of Dallas’ best kept secrets!
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION……this quiet neighborhood is located only minutes from:
Downtown Dallas (1.6 mi,)
Deep Ellum (1.3 mi)
Farmers Market, The Cedars (1 mi)
Baylor Medical Center (1.7 mi).
This historic neighborhood was originally constructed by prominent Jewish families in order to be in close proximity to what was at the time the location of Temple Emanu-El which has sense been moved north.
The neighborhood is comprised of over 100 houses on two streets (Park Row and South Boulevard). Many of the homes are of the Prairie, Bungalow and Historical Revival Style and were built by some of Dallas’ most prominent architects between 1910-1935.
The neighborhood has deep roots and holds special significance to the dallas’ black community. Many of the homes have been owned by the same families for decades! Young professionals, artists, entrepreneurs and urban pioneers have expressed a renewed interest in the neighborhood due to its convenient location, affordability and its eclectic mix of architecture. An active voluntary homeowner’s association offers many community gatherings and opportunities to connect with neighbors.
If you listen closely, there is a quiet undercurrent of investor activity. The remaining homes in need of renovation are quietly being snatched up owner-occupants that have ties to the neighborhood and outside investors who want to be part of the South Dallas revival that is underway!
CURRENT NEIGHBORHOOD LISTINGS
$650,000 : 828 Carter Court, Flower Mound4 beds, 3.1 baths
$426,000 : 2626 South Boulevard, Dallas4 beds, 3 baths
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(all data current as of 10/23/2018)
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