Top Dallas Neighborhoods For Searching Craftsman-Style Homes

Posted by Kenneth G. Cox on Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at 9:00am

Craftsman Style HomesEvery individual home buyer has certain preferences when it comes to the style and design of the home they want, and for those who appreciate more of a vintage look and feel, it’s hard to top what a classic Craftsman-style home has to offer. 

Known most for their oversized front porches, thick square columns, and low-pitched roofs with triangular brackets, Craftsman-style homes are wide-ranging in both size and price range, appealing to anyone from first-time home buyers to luxury home buyers who prefer charm and character to modern and contemporary. 

In Dallas, Craftsman style homes can be found all over the city, but if you’re really looking for a great deal, we recommend starting your search in these 3 neighborhoods…

Bishop Arts District 

Despite being popular for its nightlife scene and widespread collection of independent boutiques and fashion stores, the Bishop Arts District is quickly becoming one of the hottest places to call home as well. And if you love bungalows and cottage-style homes, it’s certainly not a bad place to begin a home search. 

Junius Heights Historic District 

Did you know that Junius Heights is actually the largest historic district in all of Dallas? The neighborhood consists of over 800 homes, and many are classic Craftsman-style residences that you’re sure to fall in love with at first sight. 


Situated in East Dallas, Belmont is where you'll find plenty of updated, move-in ready bungalows that won't disappoint. But look for starting prices here to be somewhere in the upper $500,000s, so young and first-time buyers might have a difficult time finding something in their price range. 

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