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Forest Hills History - Architecture

 


The Forest Hills neighborhood is a wooded bluff on the south side of  White Rock Lake where shaded, estate sized lots are the norm. Forest  Hills has one of the most diverse collection of architectural styles  in any single area of Dallas and reflects our rich history. The sepia icon to the right is 8171 San Benito Way.

Forest Hills has homes representing the Tudor Revival, Cotswold Cottage (subset of Tudor Revival,) Colonial Revival, Spanish Revival, Spanish Mission Revival, Spanish Eclectic, Contemporary, Greek Revival, European,  Traditional, Mid-Century Modern, Ranch,  Raised Ranch, Victorian and Contemporary  architectural designs. Forest Hills is proud to have a Preservation Dallas 2006 Preservation Dallas Preservation Achievement Award Winner.

Our newer homes incorporate Neo-eclectic, Neo-Mediterranean, Neo-Classical, Postmodern and Contemporary styles.

Based on Dallas Central Appraisal Records, the oldest home was built in 1920 and new homes are currently under construction..

Take a virtual walking tour of our neighborhood which highlights architecturally significant homes, the diversity of architectural styles and the style progression over the past 9 decades.

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Origin
Architecture
  Virtual Walking Tour
  Garland Road
  San Fernando Way
  Forest Hill Boulevard
  San Rafael Drive
  Santa Clara Drive
  San Benito Way
  San Leandro Drive and
San Cristobal Drive
  San Pedro Parkway, Eustis Avenue, Groveland Drive & Highland Road
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