Known for their eclectic, distinctive styles, Oak Cliff and Kessler Park are desirable neighborhoods for those who enjoy beautiful surroundings convenient to the businesses, nightlife and attractions of downtown Dallas.
Kessler Park’s historic location offers a wide array of 20th century and mid-20th century homes as well as contemporary new apartments and condominiums. Children living in Kessler Park and Oak Cliff are served by the Dallas Independent School District as well as nearby private schools.
Located just across the Trinity River between Interstate 30, Interstate 35E, Camp Wisdom Road and Cockrell Hill Road, the Kessler Park neighborhood features some of the most verdant, rolling terrain in the area including the completely redesigned Stevens Park Golf Course. Twelve Hills Nature Center, Kidd Springs Park and Lake Cliff Park are all favorite outdoor recreational options for residents who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and stunning views of the Dallas skyline.
Nearby, the Bishop Arts District is a much-loved neighborhood hang-out, where residents gather at one of the many cafes and bistros, Emporium Pies, The Wild Detectivesbookstore, live music venues and art galleries. Other area hot spots include the Greek Cafe and Bakery, where decadent pastries add a bit of sweetness to the neighborhood, and Hattie's, which serves American food with a sophisticated Southern flair. The Texas Theater ,n originally built in the 1930s, is also a big crowd pleaser and offers nindependent films in a relaxing environment complete with a full ncocktail bar.
Popular neighborhoods in the area include Bishop Arts District, Beckley Club Estates, Elmwood, Fruitdale, Hampton Hills, Highland Hills, Kessler Park, Kessler Plaza, Lake Cliff and Kidd Springs.
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