Lakewood Neigborhoods


Coronado Hills/C-Streets

Great Quiet Dallas Lakewood Neighborhood. Located just south of Gaston Road and just west of East Grand. These half dozen charming streets are often known as the C Streets, and border Lakewood country to the east. Most of the Lakewood homes were built in the late 1930’s through the 1950’s. This area attends Lakewood Elementary, which is one of the premier elementaries in the Dallas School District.

Greenland Hills/Mstreets

The M Streets are probably the most popular area in Lakewood. This is a great neighborhood south of Mockingbird along Greenville and US-75. The neighborhood consists mainly of Tudor homes built in the 1920s and 30s. It’s considered to be one of the premier places to raise young children and start a family. Stonewall Jackson is the elementary and is considered to be one of the best elementaries in Dallas.

Hollywood Heights

This great quaint neighbor borders East Grande is located just south of Lakewood Country Club. It is dominated by Tudor homes. It’s a great old neighborhood that has become very popular recent years. Lakewood Elementary is the school district.

Junius Heights

A great historic neighborhood, Junius Heights is made up of older bunglow styled homes with a few Victorian homes mixed in. It is a very affordable neighborhood starting around $140,000, but still has all the style and character of Lakewood proper.


This is the heart of traditional Lakewood. It’s located to the east side of Abrams all the way to White Rock Lake. It is domated by large homes and is the most expensive part of the Lakewood region. This area is a wonderfully green and great area to live in Dallas.

Lakewood Heights

Great neighborhood located just off of Abrams. This is a great niehborhood to start and raise a family.

Lower Greenville

Now undergoing redevelopment, Lower Greenville is known for its night clubs and restaurants. This street runs through the M Streets and Lakewood Heights, and is one of two areas in Lakewood that has townhomes. It is a great area that attracts many young professionals.

Munger Place Historic District

Munger Place is one of the most historic areas of Dallas. Containing the majority of Dallas’ huge Victorian style homes within its borders, Munger Place definitely a place with character. If you are wanting a large historic home with a little bit of work or something that you want to make your own, this is the neighborhood for you. It borders Junius Heights and is one of the most southern areas of Lakewood.

Swiss Avenue Historic District

Swiss Avenue one of most highly coveted streets in Dallas. This long rectangular area consisting of two parallel streets contains grand homes that were once the most expensive homes in Dallas. It is definitely worth a sightseeing drive just look at these huge, magnificent homes.

Ridgewood Park

Ridgewood park is one of the new areas of Lakewood. Located to the north of Lakewood, its homes were built in the 1940 and 1950s. The winding streets and beautiful creek make it wonderful place to live. It is also very affordable place to live with homes starting in the 200s. It might not have as much charater as the rest of Lakewood but it is still a wonderful place to raise a family.

Vickery Place

One of the older neighborhoods in the Lakewood area. This Lakewood area has old style homes like bunglows and Tudors. This is a great neighbor that is affordable and a great place to buy a home.

Wilshire Heights

Located in between Abrams and Greenville, this neighborhood’s homes were built in the late 1940’s and 50s. It is a great place to raise a family.

University Terrace

Located just south of Northwest Highway, this neighborhood is the furthest north neighbor of the Lakewood area. It is cute quite neighborhood. With homes starting in the low 200s. This affordable neighborhood is just blocks from White Rock Lake.

Forest Hills

This neighborhood has large lots and large homes. Located on the south side of the lake, this neighborhood is known for it large homes.