Preston Hollow

Preston Hollow, which includes Old Preston Hollow, stretches from Northwest Highway to approximately Forest Lane and Midway Road to U.S. Highway 75. 

Within those boundaries are beautiful neighborhoods with mature tree canopies arching over streets, shady parks tucked back within, and plenty of creature comforts — including shopping, fine dining, casual dining, and more.

With its easy proximity to the Dallas North Tollway, Preston Road, Northwest Highway, and U.S. 75, it’s no wonder that the large community of smaller neighborhoods is home to both the young couples embarking on their first home purchases and the likes of former presidents (George W. and Laura Bush), oil tycoons (Kelcy Warren), and entrepreneurial sports team owners (Mark Cuban). 

We loved Preston Hollow’s central location and particularly the ability to hop on Central or the Tollway and be almost anywhere in the metroplex. We loved the wide streets and the bigger lots.

Caroline Hundley


Drive Strait Lane, where you can check out (from a distance) some of the largest estates in Dallas.


Find Rex Kare’s stained glass work, Beacon, at Dallas Fire Station 27, Preston Road and Northwest Highway. This abstract piece depicts fire and water.


CenterPark Garden in NorthPark Center.

Netherland Park, 5610 Palomar Lane – pickleball court, tennis court, and trails.

Northaven Trail – stretches west from near Merrell Road to U.S. Highway 75, where it will eventually link with trails to the east by a pedestrian bridge.

Northaven Park, 3875 Northaven Road – baseball field, grill, outdoor basketball court, parking, picnic tables, playground, softball field, and tennis court.

Preston Hollow Park, 9000 Thackery St. – pavilion, picnic tables, playground, softball field, tennis court, and trails.

Pagewood Park, 10700 Boedeker St. – grill, pavilion, picnic tables, and trails.

Peter Pan Park, 3802 Echo Brook Lane – picnic tables and playground.

Walnut Hill Park, 10011 Midway Road – baseball field, grill, outdoor basketball court, pickleball court, picnic tables, playground, pool, recreation center, and tennis court.

Also, look for soccer fields. The Dallas Park and Recreation Department maintains 91 – 35 lighted and 56 non-lighted. Call 214-670-8740 to reserve one.

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