Luxury Lanes

These are the 5 most expensive streets in Dallas where homes are pricey

The 5 most expensive streets in Dallas where homes are pricey

Exterior of 5800 Armstrong in Dallas
Armstrong Parkway in Highland Park is the second most expensive street in Dallas. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates

We know which neighborhoods the wealthiest Dallasites call home — Preston Hollow, University Park, Highland Park. But the number crunchers at Zillow have taken it one step further, identifying the most expensive streets.

Based on Zillow’s analysis of streets with at least 10 homes, these are the priciest in Dallas, with corresponding median home values:

  • Meadowood Road, Dallas, $6,640,328
  • Armstrong Parkway, Highland Park, $6,021,739
  • Hunters Glen Road, University Park, $5,695,148
  • Braewood Place, Dallas, $4,592,705
  • Crescent Avenue, Highland Park, $4,453,591

One under-contract property on Meadowood, listed for $7,999,9995 (down from $8,995,000), promises a rare opportunity to own over three magnificent, park-like, secluded acres at a platinum Old Preston Hollow address.” Built in 1996 by George Lewis and Eric Gram, the 12,000-square-foot home has six beds, nine full and two half baths, media room with sound-proof ceiling and 3-D projector, wine room, four-car garage, and elevator. It had better have an elevator!

But this Meadowood estate pales in comparison to the homes along the most expensive street in America: Indian Creek Island Road in Miami, Florida, where the median home value is $21.48 million. According to the Miami Herald, Indian Creek, aka Billionaire Bunker, is home to four of the richest people in America.

Nor can Dallas’ most luxurious lanes stand up to Houston’s Lazy Lane Boulevard, in the chichi River Oaks neighborhood, where the median home value is $15,419,752 — good enough for a No. 4 ranking in the country. As for the others on Zillow’s list of the 15 most expensive streets in America, five are in California; three more in Florida; two in Connecticut; and one each in Colorado, New York and Arizona.