Live among celebrities, local politicians and even a former world leader when taking up residence in Preston Hollow, former Dallas mayors, presidential candidate Ross Perot, energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens, Dallas Mavericks ' owner Mark Cuban and former President George W. Bush call home.
Preston Hollow, about six miles north of downtown Dallas but included in its city limits, boasts several wooded areas that provide a high level of privacy for residents while giving the well-established neighborhood its character. Old Preston Hollow, dating back to the 1920s, features grand pastoral-style homes that amaze visitors and potential homeowners alike. The area boasts two parks with baseball and softball fields, tennis and basketball courts and nice shaded areas for picnics. Trails for walking, jogging and biking also offer residents plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
Upscale shops, fine dining and plenty of entertainment options can be found in the popular Plaza at Preston Center and Preston Royal Village . NorthPark Center, a premier shopping mall with more than 200 high-end stores, is within a short drive of Preston Hollow.
Students who live in the Preston Hollow neighborhood have the option to attend Dallas Independent School District facilities or a number of private schools including Hockaday School , Ursuline Academy , Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas , the Episcopal School of Dallas, St. Mark's School of Texas and Good Shepherd Episcopal School.
Preston Hollow is the ideal neighborhood to call home where residents reap the benefits of being near Dallas but are far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle of the big city.