The Lake Highlands community is by far the largest neighborhood served by White Rock Lake. The boundaries are Northwest Hwy on the south, East of Central Expressway, South of Walnut Street and West of LBJ freeway. The population is estimated to be 84,181. Although located in Dallas, Lake Highlands is primarily served by very highly rated Richardson schools. There are 55 separate neighborhoods and 28 different neighborhood associations. Lake Highlands has a multitude of community activities. There is a community garden located north of Flagpole hill. Residents can pay a small yearly fee and take advantage of one of the raised bed garden plots to grow their own vegetables. There is a yearly 4th of July festival, parade and carnival that brings all kids young and old from throughout the community for fun and frivolity. Lake Highlands has a Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) station located on Northwest Hwy close to Lawther that accesses all areas of Dallas. Lake Highlands Town Center is a new 70 acre mixed use retail development at the corner of Walnut Hill and Skillman. The transit-oriented center will offer pedestrian-friendly access and will include a retail promenade lined with 300,000 sq ft of specialty retail shops, 100,000 sq ft of office space, & over 1,700-upscale residential units that will include townhomes, patio homes, flats, and lofts. 20 acres will be reserved for public spaces including parks, lakes, and amphitheater, hike and bike trail, and a DART light rail station. Lake Highlands has neighborhood schools and Lake Highlands high school is a star in the crown of Texas Education. Next to the high school is the Lake Highlands Freshman center to give your child a head start to high school and college. You will love living in this vibrant community. Call or email Mike Schmitt, to see what is for sale.
|Quick Stats on Lake Highlands
|Number of Homes||6,500|
|Average Sales Price||$428,105|
|High Sales Price||$1,025,000|
|Low Sales Price||$230,000|
|List to Sales Price Ratio||96.35%|