About Greenland Hills
Also known as the M-Streets, Greenland Hills is a charming neighborhood with an old-fashioned feel, known for its oak- and pecan-tree-lined streets and Tudor style homes that date back to the 1920s. If you can imagine Dallas around the turn of the century, it was really a city on the move by the 1920s. Greenland Hills was actually designed to be one of Dallas’s first more affluent suburbs with all the homes being built in a similar style though, not by the same builder and no two were alike. It has retained much of that charm even today nearly 100 years later.
Located just East of 75 Central Expressway and South of Mockingbird, this neighborhood has over 1,200 homes. It is often referred to as the M Streets as the result of the majority of the street names starting with the letter M (McCommas, Mercedes, Merrimac, Morningside, Monticello).
The walkable neighborhood features centralized access to Lower Greenville, the Katy Trail, Knox-Henderson, and Glencoe Park — not to mention a wide selection of restaurants, bars, pubs, shops, coffee houses, specialty food stores, walking trails, parks, and vibrant nightlife.
With the Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge now in place, residents of Greenland Hills have convenient access to hike and bike trails traveling from Glencoe Park all the way to White Rock Lake. And also hike and bike trail access via the Katy Trail to Downtown and beyond.
The M Streets Conservation District is dedicated to preserving the unique architectural details of the historic homes, including original stained glass windows, arches, and hardwood floors. Greenland Hills residents treasure their neighborhood’s small-town vibe, while taking advantage of all the convenience and culture offered by Dallas city living.
Greenland Hills Real Estate
You found the right website if you are searching for homes for sale in Greenland Hills. Our website has EVERY Greenland Hills home for sale in East Dallas TEXAS listed with NTREIS (North Texas Real Estate Information Systems).