Moving to Dallas? You’ve got some decisions to make. With so many boroughs of the city experiencing the rapid condo-fication we know and (sort of) love, it makes sense to spend some time on the ground in a few neighborhoods before signing a lease. Here are 4 plush Airbnb rentals in some of the fastest-growing real estate markets in the city — along with 4 properties currently on the market nearby. After all, the best way to find out if you like a place is to live there, even if it’s just overnight in someone else’s apartment.
This modern three-bedroom townhouse in the heart of Uptown’s highly desirable State Thomas neighborhood is just about as good as it gets if you like staying close to the action. If walking to the hottest restaurants and bars in the city sounds like your idea of a good time, you might want to consider making it official.
Young professionals flock to Oak Lawn for its proximity to downtown, rents for every budget and a new crop of modern apartment buildings. But the neighborhood also has plenty of luxury — take this historic home for a spin and see if it’s your style. Of course, if you’re seeking something more modern, check out the Azure.
Art galleries, craft beers and suspenders are what you’ll find in Lower Greenville, but the charming restaurants and nearby Trader Joe’s will win you over even if you don’t use mustache wax. Whether you’re looking for a home, townhouse or apartment, the Greenville area features some of the most classic residential architecture in the city.
Boasting natural beauty, quiet streets and some of the best schools in the city, Lakewood is a neighborhood to put down roots. Take a staycation out to East Dallas at this private guesthouse, and you’ll see what we mean. With a short commute downtown and reasonable rent, Lakewood might be a perfect fit for your laid-back lifestyle.