Enjoy Greenway Parks, With Large Lots, Tree-Lined Streets
July 31st, 2014 | by Michelle
Lush parkways, towering trees, and character-filled homes make Greenway Parks one of the most family-friendly neighborhoods in the city. Here you’ll find clusters of homes centered on long stretches of private parkways known as “greenbelts” – an innovative concept when first developed in 1927, and the key characteristic that sets it apart today.
Named one of the first pedestrian-oriented neighborhoods in Dallas by the National Historic Register, it’s a place where people live to be outdoors.
5454 Wateka Drive | Listed for $1,849,000
A gorgeous center hall plan Tudor with updates on a corner lot in Greenway Parks features original oak floors, recessed lights, dental molding, surround sound speakers, a kitchen opening to the den plus large bedroom sizes. The four-bedroom home also has guest quarters and more.
5403 Neola Drive | Listed for $1,395,000
Enjoy Greenway Parks from a charming front porch that runs the length of this renovated home. An open kitchen and family room with tall vaulted ceilings overlook the private, treed backyard with a wonderful pool and spa. This New England style home features four-bedrooms with three renovated bathrooms and hardwoods.
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