In the 75206 zip code of
Dallas, Texas you’ll find some of the most historic and architecturally
significant neighborhoods in the M Streets area. The M Streets area surrounds
Greenville Avenue and is comprised of communities like Belmont, Belmont Addition,
Cochran Heights, Greenland Hills, Lower Greenville, Vickery Meadows and Vickery
Greenville Avenue is one of
the most important thoroughfares serving East Dallas and the surrounding areas.
It forms the backbone of Vickery Place, along with Knox-Henderson, and travels
north through the M Streets (Greenland Hills) and into Northeastern Dallas.
Greenville Avenue ends at the north end of Richardson in the center of the
high-tech hub. Greenland Hills is bounded by McCommas Boulevard on the north,
Vanderbilt Avenue on the south, Greenville Avenue on the east and the North
Central Expressway on the west. Greenland Hills is also known as the M Streets
because McCommas and Monticello, the two major streets in the area, along with
a plethora of minor streets also starting with letter M.
In the M Street area, in the
heart of the Lower Greenville section of East Dallas you’ll find the Belmont
Addition Conservation District, formed with the intent of preserving the area’s
unique character. In the M Streets area along Greenville Avenue you’ll find an
eclectic mix of architectural styles of home but the 4 most common are:
Colonial Revival Style, Craftsman Style, Prairie Style and Tudor. Other Dallas
neighborhoods where you’ll find Colonial Revival style homes includes Lakewood,
Highland Park, University Parks and Kessler Park, among others. You can find
Craftsman style homes in Vickery Place, Lakewood Heights and the Swiss Avenue
Historic District. In addition to the M Streets area, you can find Prairie
style homes in neighborhoods like Winnetka Heights, Peak’s Suburban, Swiss
Avenue, and Munger Place. And Tudor style homes can be found in the M Street
area and neighborhoods like Hollywood Santa Monica, Perry Heights, Dell,
Hampton Hills, and Stevens Park Estates, among many others. In recent years
many new homes have been built keeping with the architectural styles of the
past while including today’s modern amenities.
In 2020 homes typically range from the $400’s and up to $900’s with the average sale price being around $630,000. There are exceptions, but usually the homes in the M Streets area have at least 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with around 2,400 square feet of living space. Lots tend to be between .12 and .36 acres with the average lot approximately .18 acres.
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