Junius Heights - Dallas Largest Historical District
What's not to like about Dallas's largest historical district boasting almost 800 homes? The gorgeous historical homes, the diverse neighborhood with wonderful people, all within close proximity to the city, White Rock Lake as well as shopping and activities in many areas of Dallas. You don't even have to get on the freeway to be in Uptown, downtown, or to tour the State Fairgrounds. The charm of living in a real neighborhood is just too special to be ignored. Inviting to everyone, an eclectic mix of populace live and call Junius Heights home. Walking distance to the Santa Fe Trail and White Rock Lake, the jewel of Dallas lakes, is also appealing for those who are looking for a home close to all the city of Dallas has to offer.
Junius Heights was built at what was the eastern edge of the city of Dallas in the late 1910s and construction continued into the 1930s. Most of the houses are Craftsman and Prairie style bungalows with a smattering of other styles. The neighborhood was served by the Junius Heights streetcar line until streetcar service was discontinued in Dallas.
The neighborhood was cut in two in the early 1970s when Abrams Road was extended from Junius St. to connect with Columbia Ave. The landmark Junius Heights columns were moved at the same time.
In 2010 Junius Heights was named "Best Place for Families" during its listing on This Old House's "Best Old House Neighborhoods 2010". Also in 2010, Junius Heights was designated a Preserve America Community which is given to neighborhoods that demonstrate a commitment to their heritage.
Junius Heights is the largest collection of Arts and Crafts/Craftsman homes in the southwest, and includes Prairie and Tudor styles in a neighborhood of well over 800 homes in Old East Dallas, situated east of Munger Place.
Nature/Outdoor Fun - White Rock Lake via the Santa Fe Trail
Park - JH has Munger Park complete with playground equipment at Junius and Henderson Streets.
Library – The Lakewood Public Library
With an acclaimed tradition of excellence, Lakewood Public Library is consistently ranked among the best libraries in the nation, competing with large institutions far outside its weight class, while proudly remaining a local library. Lakewood Public Library has earned its place in the community through the services it offers, such as concerts, films, lectures and classes that bring the community together and get people talking. Visit their Today at the Library for daily happenings!
Junius Heights Neighborhood Restaurant
Garden Café – Everything is grown in Garden Cafe's backyard and if it can't be grown, they outsource locally. Locally acclaimed menu, espresso bar, and dog-friendly patio. Tell them Nyda sent you!
2018 Junius Heights Favorites List – JH - The Locals Favorites
William Lipscomb Elementary – Dallas ISD
Mission Statement – William Lipscomb Elementary is committed to developing lifelong learners. Through individualized instruction and rigorous inquiry, the Lipscomb staff prepares students to become global citizens. Highlighting the International Baccalaureate Programme, this programme develops inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
Woodrow Wilson High School – An International Baccalaureate World School
Junius Heights Baptist Church
St John’s United Methodist Church
Junius Heights - Dallas Largest Historical District Properties
About the Neighborhood
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