Highland Park

Welcome to Highland Park 

Highland Park Homes For Sale

Opulent estates with plenty of manicured greenspace 

First incorporated in 1913, Highland Park has held on to its status as a self-sufficient municipality independent of Dallas, even though it’s a mere four miles from the city’s center. Highland Park has become synonymous with luxury between its extravagant estates and high-end boutiques. Often referred to as “the Bubble,” it’s a desirable, two-square-mile haven for Dallas’s wealthy.

Grandeur and opulence are the norms in what may be Dallas’s most prestigious neighborhood. Highland Park’s leafy streets are lined with sizable, multi-million-dollar houses, each with its own architectural charm framed by immaculate landscaping.

What to Love

  • Tight-knit community
  • Aspirational living among picturesque properties and parks
  • Premier location
  • The best public school district in Dallas 

Local Lifestyle

The Highland Park area is an exclusive community with an appreciation for the finer things in life. Parkies, as the locals are called, prize their town’s serenity, walkability, and award-winning public schools. Residents fill their calendars with lacrosse practices, tennis matches, charity lunches, rounds of golf at the local country club, and attending premiere parties at the Village Theatre.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Highland Park's central location, just north of downtown Dallas, makes it an easy drive into the city and houses many of Dallas' most prestigious shopping destinations and restaurants. The Honor Bar features sharable bites, overstuffed sandwiches, and an impressive wine list. The Honor Bar offers guests a chance to enjoy their favorite scotch or bourbon while relaxing with friends in an upscale rustic setting. Lounge 31 is just up the stairs from the swanky eatery, Bistro 31, and is a perfect destination for tasty cocktails and light fare. Lounge 31 is an ideal combination of casual sophistication, with an international menu offering juicy Atlantic oysters, freshly prepared sushi, and crispy calamari. The Saint-Tropez ambiance features French doors that open onto a private patio overlooking the park.

The Spanish-style Highland Park Village was the first self-contained shopping center in the country when it opened in 1931. Today, it’s the go-to for all high-end luxury retail, including Hermès, Dior, and Chanel. The Dallas Country Club clubhouse boasts beautiful architecture and design elements that make it one of the landmarks of Highland Park. Locals can enjoy a round of golf at the clubhouse on one of the most beautiful courses in Texas. The private golf course, founded in 1896 and designed by Tom Bendelow and Jay Morrish, is open to members and guests, and it offers a full-service restaurant and banquet facilities for large events. It's also one of the best places in Dallas to take your children for an afternoon of fun.

Things to Do

The neighborhood's numerous parks are admired for their elegant tranquility. The crown jewel, Lakeside Park, is known for the thousands of azaleas that bloom in the spring and its teddy bear statues. Each holiday season, the lighting of a massive pecan tree known as the Million Dollar Monarch is a cherished spectacle.

Enjoy an evening of critically-acclaimed music or a performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center, one of Texas's largest performing arts centers. The center is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and hosts other groups like Ballet Austin and The Dallas Opera.

The Meadows Museum is an outdoor sculpture garden that houses work by 20th-century sculptors, including Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Diego Velázquez. There is also a significant collection of contemporary art at their indoor galleries, while the outdoor plaza has several sculpture collections on display year-round.

Food Tours of America offers a cultural walking tour through downtown Dallas. Food connoisseurs and history buffs can taste delicious food made by local chefs at unique restaurants while soaking up Dallas history from your guide.


The Highland Park Independent School District serves the municipality of Highland Park. Top education opportunities include:

Overview for Highland Park, TX

24,804 people live in Highland Park, where the median age is 33.9 and the average individual income is $108,710. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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33.9 years

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Schools in Highland Park, TX

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The following schools are within or nearby Highland Park. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Armstrong Elementary
K - 4th
Highland Park Middle
7th - 8th
Ben Milam Elementary
PreK - 5th
McCulloch Intermediate School
5th - 6th
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Bradfield Elementary
PreK - 4th
2nd - 8th
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Highland Park High School
9th - 12th
Highland Park Presbyterian Day School
PreK - K
No rating available

Demographics and Employment Data for Highland Park, TX

Highland Park has 9,143 households, with an average household size of 2.43. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Highland Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 24,804 people call Highland Park home. The population density is 5,676.03 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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49.48 / 50.52%

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