5 Hautest Places to Live in DFW

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Dallas/Fort Worth offers a neighborhood for everyone from small town to bustling city atmospheres.
Dallas/Fort Worth offers a neighborhood for everyone from sleepy small towns to bustling cityscapes.

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If you’re looking for a new spot to kick off your Signature Series Tony Lamas the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex has plenty to choose from. From Frisco to Roanoke the best place to buy your new home depends on your priorities and the lifestyle you want to have. We’ve chosen five areas that we think are the best areas to live in the Metroplex. These are not in any particular order because different people have different priorities. See if you agree with our list of the best places to live in Dallas-Fort Worth.

1 Roanoke

817 Real Estate
With a Mayberry RFD atmosphere this small town is a great place for raising a family. Spacious homes on large lots prevail in this small town with a close proximity to Fort Worth. In 2009 the Texas House of Representatives dubbed Roanoke the Unique Dining Capitol of Texas. So, foodies with families - this is your jam.
City Hall 108 S. Oak Street Roanoke, TX 76262 817 491 2411

2 University Park/ Highland Park

Christies International Real Estate
This is a no-brainer. With stately old homes, tree lined streets, and a seriously low crime rate Park Cities have the biggest collection of real estate porn in Dallas. No one in their right mind wants to actually move away from there so generations tend to live in the same home. Good luck in getting in.
University Park City Hall 3800 University Blvd. University Park TX 75205 214 363 1644 Highland Park City Hall 4700 Drexel Dr Highland ParkTexas 75205 214 521 4161

3 Southlake

In 2008 Forbes called Southlake the most affluent neighborhood in the United States and in 2014 it was listed in Time Magazine's Top Ten Richest Towns in America. When master planned neighborhoods were built in the early 1990s homes were required to be placed on lots that were at least an acre in size. Later this was changed to half acre lots but the result is that there is plenty of Texas-style elbow room between houses.
Southlake City Hall 1400 Main St. Southlake, TX 76092 817 748 8001

4 Frisco

Star Homes
In 2011 CNN listed Frisco as one of the best places to live in the United States and Forbes ranked seventh on its 25 Best Places to Move list. It's not surprising when you consider the upscale shopping, the luxe homes, and the excellent school system.
Frisco City Hall 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. Frisco, TX 75034 972-292-5024

5 Downtown Dallas

Keller Williams
Downtown has been revitalized. If you have any doubts spend a few hours in Klyde Warren Park just people watching. 20 years ago you'd only have seen cars and busses whizzing by and you would have gotten run over because Klyde Warren Park wasn't in existence. Now old buildings have been turned into highly desirable homes, offices, shops, and restaurants. You can walk almost anywhere you need to go and that is definitely unique for Texas.
Bank of America Plaza 901 Main Street Suite 7100 Dallas, TX 75202 214 744 1270
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