Lake Park Estates, Dallas

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Lake Park Estates
Location in Dallas
Location in Dallas
Country United States
State Texas
Counties Dallas
City Dallas
Area east Dallas
Elevation 515 ft (157 m)
ZIP code 75218
Area code(s) 214, 469, 972
Website http://www.lakeparkestates.org/

Lake Park Estates is a neighborhood in east Dallas, Texas (USA) on the north corner of the diagonal intersection of Buckner Road (Loop 12) and Garland Road (SH 78).[1] It is bordered by the Casa Linda Shopping Center, Casa Linda Estates, Old Lake Highlands, Eastwood, and Dallas's White Rock Lake Park.

About[edit]

Sign topper on Lake Park Estates street signs.

Lake Park Estates contains 288 homes, most of which were built in the 1950s and 1960s. The neighborhood features variations on traditional ranch style houses, and it has some eclectic homes, including a notable home designed by Glenn Allen Galaway, a student of architect Philip Johnson.[2]

All streets in the neighborhood are named after Irish locations or themes: Donegal, County Cork, Tranquilla, Waterford, Athlone, Kilarney, Tralee, Erin, Galway, Tipperary, Bridget, Limerick, and Wicklow.

The neighborhood is represented and served by the Lake Park Estates Neighborhood Association, a Texas nonprofit corporation.

Education[edit]

The neighborhood is served by the Dallas Independent School District. Children in the neighborhood attend Victor H. Hexter Elementary School, Robert T. Hill Middle School, and Bryan Adams High School.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lake Highlands Area Improvement Association - Neighborhood & Homeowner Associations of Lake Highlands. (Note that Lake Park Estates does not consider itself a part of Lake Highlands.) Retrieved on 12 November 2006.
  2. ^ Douglas Newby and Associates - Glenn Allen Galaway. Retrieved on 7 November 2006.
  3. ^ Dallas ISD - 2007 School Feeder Patterns - Bryan Adams High School. (Maps: ES: Hexter; MS: Hill; HS: Adams.) Retrieved on 29 April 2007.

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