Welcome to Lake Highlands
Family-oriented neighborhood close to trails, parks, and the acclaimed Richardson School District
Nestled in Dallas’s northeast suburbs, Lake Highlands is a highly coveted place to live. Its family-centric atmosphere, proximity to nature, and exceptional school district make this an outstanding place to relocate. Around town, there are ample trails, parks, and natural spaces to enjoy in your leisure time. Although primarily residential, locals also get to enjoy a vast selection of top-rated shopping and dining establishments.
One of the main reasons people love this neighborhood is its tranquil environment. Roads are ultra quiet and typically traveled only by residents. Homes feature unique architectural styles and ample space. Lawns and landscaping are immaculately maintained, making this community exceptionally pleasing to the eye.
What to Love
- Family-friendly environment
- Part of the Richardson School District
- Close proximity to nature
- Easy access to main roads and interstate
Lake Highlands is a serene and laid-back locale. A favorite among commuters, both Interstate 635 and Highway 75 make traveling to and from various cities a breeze. Residents live near numerous green spaces, parks, and trails. This includes Harry S. Moss Park, Fair Oaks Park, Flag Pole Hill Park, and Lake Highlands, North Park. They are also close to schools that are part of the highly-rated Richardson School District. Because of its many family-friendly features, this is an ideal spot for those with school-aged children.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents of Lake Highlands can attest to the outstanding selection of shops and restaurants available in the area. From unique eats to upscale experiences, this neighborhood offers it all.
Surrounding Lake Highlands are several convenient places for shopping. Need to pick up some groceries? Close to home, you can shop at both Sprouts Farmers Market and Kroger. South of the neighborhood, get everything you need at The Home Depot, Marshalls & HomeGoods, and other popular stores.
Things to Do
Nature enthusiasts feel especially at home in Lake Highlands thanks to the area’s many outdoor spaces.
Around the area, there is even more to see and do. Individuals looking to spend time outside should check out Harry S. Moss Park, Norbuck Park, Flag Pole Hill Park, and Royal Oaks Country Club
. For those who have younger children, the Play Street Museum
is a fabulous place to visit.
Lake Highlands is part of the Richardson School District. Nearly all local schools have earned a near-perfect rating from GreatSchools.org.
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