Schools:

 

- Bishop Dunne

 

- The Canterbury Episcopal School

 

- Cistercian Preparatory School

 

- First Baptist Academy

 

- The Kessler School

 

- Rosemont Elementary School

 

- Prince of Peace Community School

 

- Booker T. Washington School for Performing and Visual Arts

Oak Cliff

Kessler Park is often referred to as Dallas’ hidden jewel. With its beautiful downtown skyline views Kessler Park is located in the area of Oak Cliff, just a bridge from downtown. This community demonstrates what can be achieved when an urban plan is thoughtfully implemented with graceful architecture and large residential lots.

 

Home buyers can choose from a wide variety of architectural styles featuring charming brick, stone and stucco cottages, English Tudors, Prairies, Mediterranean homes and stately mansions with distinctive architectural integrity. The terrain is dramatic with rolling hills, an abundance of magnificent trees and Texas limestone accents. With its proximity to Stevens Park Golf Course, Methodist Hospital, the Central Business District, sporting and cultural centers; and its panoramic views of downtown, this area is unquestionably the most beautiful historic neighborhood in the City of Dallas.

 

The Trinity River Project and the newly opened Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge will be major forces in bringing additional improvements to this area, i.e., economic, recreational and transportation. Located immediately southwest of downtown Dallas of I-30, Kessler Park is convenient to the Bishop Arts District, Downtown, Uptown, Oak Lawn, Lakewood, Park Cities, Bluffview, Arlington and the Mid-Cities.

 

 

Neighborhood Links:

 

- Bishop Arts District

 

- Trinity Groves

 

- Lake Cliff Park Trail

 

- The Kessler Theater

 

- Stevens Park Golf Course

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