Appreciated for its winding streets, multi-acre lots, private lakes and distinct architecture, Preston Hollow is home to many of Dallas’ business, arts and political influencers. The area, which was originally a 56-acre farm, is just six miles from Downtown and is popular with relocating executives or Dallasites looking for large parcels of land.
A consistent rise in land values means that prices range from about $500,000 for an older ranch style on the fringe of the neighborhood to multimillion dollar estates in Old Preston Hollow. Prime, one-acre lots can cost more than $2,000,000, and gorgeous estates can bring prices of $20 million and more. Even homes on what were considered less desirable streets are now selling for $1.8 million and more.
5210 Deloache Avenue | Listed for $10,000,000
10718 Bridge Hollow Court | Listed for $5,995,000
9446 Hathaway Street | Listed for $2,979,000
6739 Lupton Drive | Listed for $2,750,000
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