About Preston Hollow
Preston Hollow is one of Dallas's most elite neighborhoods. Located in North Dallas, but inside the LBJ/I-635 loop, the neighborhood stretches north from Northwest Highway to Royal Lane and east from Inwood Road to Hillcrest Road, offering easy access from LBJ/I-635 and the Dallas North Tollway.
Large estates with majestic specimen live oak trees will inspire you, and because of a quirk in the area's early founding, many of the streets don't have sidewalks or curbs. Early homes were one- or two-story styles built in the 1930s, though there have been plenty of tear-down projects for new homes. Homes with 6,000 square feet or more are common here. The price of entry in Preston Hollow is steep at about $2 million.
Preston Road, which is also marked as State Highway 289, is a key artery, with a multitude of neighborhood shopping options. Head to the Preston Royal Shopping Center (located on the corner of the two main thoroughfares) for lunch at a local favorite, Neuhaus Cafe.
Preston Hollow is home to Dallas's most elite private schools — many with tuitions that soar to $20,000 a year — and they're where most of the neighborhood's residents opt to send their kids. The most exclusive schools include Episcopal School of Dallas, Hockaday School, Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, St. Mark's School of Texas, and Ursuline Academy of Dallas.
This is a neighborhood for Dallas's civic and business leaders, a power center for some of the city's best-known names. And Preston Hollow is where former president George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, relocated when he left office.
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*Information adapted from greatamericancountry.com.