The prestigious neighborhood of Preston Hollow is a secluded, lush area of sprawling mansions and luxury homes approximately five miles from Downtown Dallas.

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Preston Hollow is broadly defined as land to the north of Northwest Hwy (Loop12), south of Royal Lane, east of Midway Road and west of North Central Expwy (US 75).

The areaMap | Hill Country Homes in Dallas TX now termed Old Preston Hollow is approximately two square mileslying north of Northwest Hwy, south of Walnut Hill Lane, east of Midway Road, and west of Preston Road.

Preston Hollow luxury homes range from traditional post World War II ranch-style to stately mansions overlooking scenic lakes and winding roads.  Preston Hollow is known as one of the wealthiest areas of Dallas and even in Texas.  Some of the state´s wealthiest residents call Preston Hollow “Home”.

Currently the Luxury Homes in Dallas TX area range from $800,000 tear-downs up to $40,000,000 estates.  Ron Davis Custom Homes is proud to be one of the premier custom builders in Preston Hollow.

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Preston Hollow has a wide variety of prominent residents including:

Politicians – Former U.S. President George W. Bush, Dallas mayor Tom Leppert.

Business Executives – Ross Perot, energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens, former American Airlines chairman Bob Crandall, software developer Larry Lacerte, Stream Energy Chairman Rob Snyder, investor Harold Simmons and businessman Charles Wyly.

Sports & Entertainment Figures – Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, former Dallas Cowboys players Roger Staubach and Chuck Howley, Dallas Stars and Liverpool F.C. owner Tom Hicks, former Dallas Cowboys football coach Wade Phillips, golfer Lee Trevino, former Dallas Stars player Mike Modano, as well as British pop singer George Michael.

Preston Hollow House | Luxury Homes in Dallas TXLONG AGO  Preston Hollow took it’s name from Preston road, which was originally an old frontier road, older than Dallas itself. Many settlers traveled the road connecting Austin with the town of Preston in Grayson County where it originated, including John Neely Bryan who founded the city of Dallas.

In the beginning, Preston Hollow was mostly farm and pasture lands, graced with streams and lakes, and was considered “far out in the country” from Dallas proper.  Early settlers of the area left legacies by giving names to many of the present-day streets.   One of the first settlers in Preston Hollow was Jessie W. Meaders who built his home on Preston road in 1856 and farmed corn, cotton, oats, and wheat.

In 1945 Preston Hollow residents voted to join with the city of Dallas, and the municipality was annexed to Dallas shortly thereafter.

Today, in the middle of one of the largest cities in America, secluded Preston Hollow still retains peace and serenity of days gone by with winding roads and towering trees. Contact us today for more information.


The Dallas Independent School District operates local public schools.

Grades K-6

Grades 7-8

  • Benjamin Franklin Middle School

Grades 9-12

Private Schools

Private schools located in North Dallas which are very popular with Preston Hollow residents include:

Grades 1-12

Grades 1-6

Grades Pre K-8

·Grades Pre K-12

Grades 1-12

Grades 9-12 only


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