- Current Prices:$480,000
- Closed Prices:$229,900 to $495,000
- Median Sale Price:$395,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$231
- Association Fee Ranges:$0,$35 to $350,$0 to $347/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1980 to 2005
- Sq. Ft.:458 to 4,042Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 3Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 3Bathrooms
Where to Live
Bryan Place began in the 1980s as a small private development "in the shadow of the skyscrapers." It was originally envisioned as "an oasis" of approximately 2,000 homes. But that never happened. Today, there are about 600 families who live in the neighborhood; it is quiet and private, exclusive in a way, but also a part of the larger community.
The homes are stylish in a nostalgic sense; they are zero-lot-line homes, popularized as a way to maximize interior living space. While Bryan Place itself is small, it is part of the larger community, which has history and diversity, grand old boulevards, thrift shops, antique shops, ethnic foods, burger joints and taco stands, a growing number of late night entertainment and music venues, and a whole menu of other happenings.
Where to Eat
Bryan Place is not a hotspot for food, but it is close to a lot of options. You aren't far from the eateries and nightspots of Deep Ellum with its round-the-clock attractions. Or you can head over to the food trucks in the Arts District. There are also neighborhood grocery stores with great takeout, Little Bangkok and Vietnamese dining spots, and local favorites like The Garden Cafe with its backyard vegetable garden, fresh and local fare, and "always on" coffee pot.
What You'll See
People walk here. They walk to work; they walk for fun; they walk for exercise. They walk to the park and they walk with their children. It's that kind of neighborhood. Being close to Baylor Hospital and the Baylor University Medical Center means you'll see people in scrubs, and also see ambulances and medevac helicopters. In some ways, those sights can be comforting.
Friday Night Fun
Because Bryan Place is a "place to live" rather than what can be characterized as a full service neighborhood, people leave for Friday night fun. But it's all close to home, and that's what makes Bryan Place so special.
The Perfect Sunday
On sunny days when it's not too hot, you'll find locals at Exall Park, just spending time and hanging out. It's a good place to walk the dog or read a book. It's also a continuing project for local residents who cleaned it up and were instrumental in getting a community swimming pool. Later, locals might wander over to Deep Ellum for a burger and a brew, or head over to Klyde Warren Park in the Arts District.
Diversity • Proximity to the best things in Dallas • Walkability.
Locals Don't Love
Lack of restaurants and nightlife in the neighborhood • The stigma that it was a "failed lifestyle experiment".
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.