Preston Hollow

Welcome to Preston Hollow

Preston Hollow Homes For Sale

A private locale with access to luxury opportunities 

Enjoy the privacy, luxury, and esteem of living in Preston Hollow. Known as the golden corridor of the Dallas area, Preston Hollow is a beautiful, exclusive neighborhood north of the city, offering a residential vibe with big-city amenities. Nestled between the Northwest Highway and Mockingbird Lane, two of the most notable streets in Dallas, Preston Hollow is known for its private lakes, tree-lined streets, and access to luxury shopping and dining. 

In the 1920s, Preston Hollow became known as a place where wealthy businesspeople could build their dream homes. The municipality was officially incorporated in 1939 and joined the city of Dallas in 1945. Today, the neighborhood is still very private and teems with the most affluent. Preston Hollow is also home to sprawling estates in various architectural styles reminiscent of New England, situated on large lots with plenty of green space between properties.

What to Love

  • Beautiful, luxurious estates
  • Easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment
  • Private School Corridor

Local Lifestyle

Preston Hollow is a dense suburban neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. Most homes are single-family residences and come in various modern styles. Preston Hollow has a lot to offer its residents, including bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many residents who live in Preston Hollow have chosen this community because it provides a sense of belonging. The culture of Preston Hollow is one of affluence; however, on the edges of the neighborhood exists a fun nightlife scene.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

The dining, shopping, and entertainment scene in Preston Hollow is nothing short of extraordinary. For dining, Preston Hollow has everything from classic American fare to the most sophisticated global cuisine. DL Mack's is one of the most popular places to dine in Preston Hollow. Located on the southeast corner of Preston Road and Royal Lane, this Chicago-inspired restaurant serves classic American cuisine with a modern twist that leaves locals and tourists wanting more. The chef's menu is sure to please even the pickiest eater, and their bar offers a wide variety of cocktails.

Preston Hollow also has some genuinely unique restaurants, such as Escondido TexMex Patio. Escondido TexMex Patio is the only restaurant in Preston Hollow with a resort-style bar on its patio, seating for 75, and dramatic decor. The menu features iconic Tex-Mex cuisine and traditional Mexican dishes. The atmosphere is lively and fun, making it the perfect spot for friends to gather, catch up over margaritas and nachos, or take the whole family out to dinner.

The neighborhood has several high-end department stores and boutiques where shoppers can find everything from designer clothing to home furnishings. Preston Royal is the premier shopping destination in North Dallas. In 1958, the center opened its doors as a small strip mall. With over 200,000 square feet of retail space today, Preston Royal’s stores offer fashionable clothing and accessories, unique gifts and home decor, and high-end children's clothing and toys. The shopping center also offers a wide selection of upscale restaurants. 

The Plaza at Preston Center is an exclusive collection of boutiques and restaurants. This charming shopping center is located at the intersection of Preston Road and Northwest Highway and is home to 39 stores, including several luxury staples. The tree-lined walkways are perfect for an afternoon stroll, and the food court offers everything from pizza and sushi joints to upscale restaurants. 

Things to Do

Over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway is the Klyde Warren Park, a five-acre public park 10 minutes south of Preston Hollow. It's a great place to join the locals during a morning jog or to try one of the many trails for a Sunday walk. The food trucks line the park and offer delicious picks for lunch and dinner. 

A lush, 66-acre botanical garden, The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a world-class destination for festivals, exhibits, and events. The garden's outdoor spaces offer picturesque spots to relax, while its indoor venues provide a luxurious backdrop for weddings and corporate events.

One of Dallas' most recognizable landmarks, Reunion Tower, is a 561-foot observation tower that offers visitors a bird's eye view of the city. Located in the Reunion district of downtown Dallas, this 15th tallest building in the city was built in 1978 and has been home to several restaurants and shops over the years. Its most notable feature is its microphone-shaped design.

Kalita Humphreys Theater is an architectural marvel. This theater delights thousands of Dallasites and tourists every year, and it is the only theater by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright and one of his last projects. 


Due to the high-quality private schools in the Preston Hollow area, it is known as the Private School Corridor. A few of the top private schools in the area include:

Overview for Preston Hollow, TX

13,341 people live in Preston Hollow, where the median age is 57 and the average individual income is $138,893. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Schools in Preston Hollow, TX

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The following schools are within or nearby Preston Hollow. 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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St Mark's School Of Texas
1st - 12th
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Ursuline Academy Of Dallas
9th - 12th
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Preston Hollow Prsbytrn School
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John J Pershing Elementary
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Preston Hollow Elementary
PreK - 5th

Demographics and Employment Data for Preston Hollow, TX

Preston Hollow has 6,128 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Preston Hollow do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 13,341 people call Preston Hollow home. The population density is 5,975.263 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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47.4 / 52.6%

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