AT A GLANCE
WELCOME TO M STREETS / VICKERY PLACE
Farmland was neatly subdivided in the 1910s and 1920s to create a few of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. The M Streets (also known as Greenland Hills) and Vickery Place have established conservation districts to preserve the tidy Tudors and Craftsman cottages that give the area its signature historic charm.
HISTORIC | LOCAL SHOPS | CHARMING COTTAGES | SIDEWALKS
WHAT TO EXPECT
Rows of endearing cottages with al fresco hangouts close by.
Hospitable, hyperlocal, and relaxed.
Architectural continuity and old-growth trees.
Early twentieth-century cottages lined up in charming conservation districts.
YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
Sidewalk strolls and front-porch conversations.
LOCATED IN M STREETS
East Dallas / Lakewood
East to West Boundaries:
East: Greenville Ave
West: US Hwy 75
North to South Boundaries:
North: E Mockingbird Lane
South: N Henderson Avenue and Belmont Avenue
DFW Airport 28m by car
Love Field Airport 16m by car
Downtown 11m by car
You Should Also Try:
1. East Dallas / Lakewood
2. Oak Lawn
AROUND THE BLOCK
M STREETS / VICKERY PLACE: One of Dallas’s first neighborhoods is still one of the most desired.
Interest in this humble, hilly neighborhood has spiked in recent years. Its streets lined with cozy, well-crafted homes appeal to young professionals, new and established families, and empty nesters alike who also want the added benefits of being close to downtown and surrounded by the city’s major thoroughfares.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Rows of endearing cottages with al fresco hangouts close by.
The intimate M Streets and Vickery Place neighborhoods are completely residential, but you won’t even have to hop in a car to get to the shops, local pubs, and entertainment venues that enliven super-close Greenville and Henderson avenues.
THE LIFESTYLE: Hospitable, hyperlocal, and relaxed.
It’s not just the homes with high-gabled roofs and front-porch swings that are quaint. Here you’ll find neighbors who know your name and friendly faces at the local haunts you’ll frequent along nearby Greenville Avenue.
UNEXPECTED APPEAL: Architectural continuity and old-growth trees.
In the late nineties, locals dismayed by the demolition of older homes began pushing to have the Greenland Hills and Vickery Place neighborhoods designated as conservation districts. Between the classic structures and century-old oak and pecan trees that have been preserved, the shady streets still exude a cohesive graciousness.
THE MARKET: Early twentieth-century cottages lined up in charming conservation districts.
If you appreciate Prairie, Craftsman, or Tudor-style homes, chances are high that these preservation-minded neighborhoods will have a tree-lined lot of your dreams.
YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH: Sidewalk strolls and front-porch conversations.
Laid out in an orderly grid, the area’s homes face well-maintained sidewalks ideal for leisurely strolls. Broad porches enhance the neighborhood’s friendly, unhurried vibe.