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The best Dallas neighborhoods for millennials

As millennials enter their 30s, and subsequently, the high earning years of their careers, Realtors can expect to see more of these tech-savvy buyers in the market.

These Dallas neighborhoods are some of the best picks for millennials.

  1. Uptown
  2. Live the urban lifestyle in Uptown. This walkable, pet-friendly neighborhood is famous for its nightlife. Trendy lounges and bars offering live music dot the area.

    The housing stock in Uptown is remarkably diverse. Here, you will find a host of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos for sale. They are a good mix of old and new constructions and come in styles like ranch, contemporary, and traditional.

  3. Irving
  4. Irving’s central location between Dallas and Fort Worth makes it one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the DFW Metroplex. This North Texas suburb is home to Fortune 500 companies like ExxonMobil and Kimberly-Clark. These are strong magnets for any career-oriented millennial.

    Irving is also teeming with recreational opportunities. You can beat the heat at the Irving Aquatic Center or either walk or bike on the Campión Trails. By sundown, visit the Toyota Music Factory for cold beer and live entertainment.

    Residents of Irving typically live in traditional and ranch-style houses with modern features. You can also find several upscale condos and townhomes within the business and commercial district.

  5. Oaklawn
  6. Wedged between the affluent neighborhood of Highland Park and the bustling section of Uptown, Oaklawn gets the best of both worlds with a fun mix of upscale suburban living and big city amenities. Here you’ll find quiet streets lined with vintage homes just several blocks away from a bevy of dive bars and nightclubs along Cedar Springs Road. This street is the site of highly anticipated events like the Dallas Pride and Oaklawn Halloween Block Parties.

    One will be spoiled for choice with the wide selection of homes in Oaklawn. There are many single-family homes, townhomes, and condos up for grabs in the community. Most-coveted here are the homes in Turtle Creek, an area renowned for Bauhaus, French, and Mediterranean-style homes.

    The most famous of these homes is the historic Rosewood Mansion, which was converted to a luxury hotel since its purchase in 1979.

  7. Lower Greenville
  8. Only a few places in Dallas are as hip and happening as Lower Greenville. This stylish neighborhood is widely regarded as an entertainment district filled with some of the best dive bars and restaurants you can find in the DFW Metroplex.

    Greenville’s energetic vibe is tempered by the close-knit nature of its community. Residents here never miss annual events like Experience Lowest Greenville where they come together to socialize and enjoy the festivities.

    Millennial buyers have an excellent selection of single-family homes in traditional and craftsman styles to choose from. There are also townhomes and condos found near popular bars and restaurants.

  9. Campbell Green
  10. Campbell Green constantly ranks among the best places to live in the entire state of Texas. This neighborhood in North Dallas is well-known for its good schools, suburban environment, high rate of homeownership, and an abundance of parks and restaurants.

    It is also sought for its gorgeous traditional and contemporary-style homes like those in the subdivision of Northwood Hills. These homes come with expansive lots and are surrounded by magnolia and pecan trees.

Many of our agents at the Wanda Charles Group are proud millennials who know the Dallas housing market like the back of their hand. Call 469.294.3399 or send an email to WandaCharles(at)Ebby(dotted)com to start your home search with us.