Fair Park

Fair Park

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About Fair Park

The rich historic landmarks that envelop Fair Park make for a great recreational area that has unlimited amounts of opportunity for entertainment and enjoyment. Fair Park, which is located east of Deep Ellum and south of Thornton Freeway, is considered a National Historic Landmark and is home to the famous Cotton Bowl Stadium that regularly hosts concerts and college football games.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $74,999 to $449,900

Closed Prices: $50,000 to $549,999

Median Sale Price: $195,000

Average $ per sq ft: $180

Association Fee Ranges: $185 to $342/mo, $0

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1906 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 609 to 3448 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Fair Park

Around Fair Park

The Fair Park neighborhood offers many available options for living in residential apartments. Given the historical importance of the location and its lively surroundings, Fair Park housing selections are mostly on the outer limits of the neighborhood with upscale and luxurious homes. Just above Thornton Freeway you will find luxury lofts that offer magnificent downtown views and are within walking distance to restaurants and bars. For a more affordable alternative, drive down Scyene Road and find comfortable apartments with quality amenities.

There are a wide variety of restaurants in Fair Park, ranging from modern cuisine to traditional restaurants. The food joints located around Fair Park offer delicious American cuisine and Tex-Mex specialties at reasonable prices. If you are looking to grab some cocktails, Fair Park has numerous bars and lounges located along Parry Avenue. They serve both imported beer and wine as well as locally crafted beer, along with appetizers and small plates.

Walking down the west portion of Fair Park you will find clusters of people walking up and down the streets heading to a museum, on their way to a football game, or just simply eating ice cream and enjoying the downtown view. College students often come and spend the afternoon visiting a museum, attending a concert, or meeting up with friends at cafes to study. Families get together and spend a nice afternoon visiting the many different educative and fun attractions Fair Park has to offer.

If you are looking for a fun place with plenty of nighttime entertainment the Fair Park is the perfect place for you. You can start the night by enjoying dinner at one of the many high-end restaurants serving delicious cuisine in Fair Park. Afterwards, you can visit Cotton Bowl Stadium and attend a music concert or a night football game. To end the evening, visit the romantic Leonhardt Lagoon Nature Walk and enjoy the downtown view that’s surrounded by the natural beauty of Fair Park.

Have a delightful start to your Sunday with a nice walk one of the two beautiful, well-kept parks on the east side of Fair Park, Juanita and Wahoo Parks. Enjoy a great lunch and visit one of the many historic locations and art shows that are regularly held at exhibitions. And if you are in in the mood for a thrilling day full of games and amusement park rides, visit the Texas State Fair, which is held in Fair Park every year starting on the last Friday of September.

Locals Love

  • Downtown location
  • Entertainment options
  • Fantastic bars
  • Historic landmarks

Locals Don't Love

  • Highway noise
  • Parking
  • Traffic

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