About Lower Greenville
Closed Prices: $585,000
Median Sale Price: $585,000
Association Fee Ranges: $750 to $918, $300 to $810/quarter, $25 to $1800, $0 to $2187/mo, $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Sq. Ft.: 1685 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 3 Bathrooms
Getting Around Lower Greenville
Around Lower Greenville
The 1990s saw a lot of construction of shops, restaurants, and residential buildings at Mockingbird Station, which kick started the transformation of this community. It is now the anchor of the northern area of Lower Greenville. Making the neighborhood a magnet for professionals and newcomers, there is now a mix of historic homes with long-term residents and newer housing options. The most desirable locations are generally considered to be to the west of Greenville Road and along Mockingbird Lane.
Residents along Lower Greenville have seen the area morph from mainly bars to a mix of fine dining and trendy culinary options. It will take more than a few visits to the area to sample the many different choices for quenching a thirst or appetite. The many establishments range from grills with unique burgers and small-run craft brews to the finest of culinary experiences with up-and-coming chefs in the kitchen. From seafood and steaks to fusion and the trendiest menu items, Lower Greenville draws many simply for its gastronomic experience.
The weekend crowd flocks to Greenville Avenue for the city's latest and most fashionable restaurants. During the day the area has a busy lunch crowd who flood the patios and there is a tradition of shopping in the area before and after grabbing a beer and unique dish. The strip along Greenville Avenue actually has a totally different character at night than it does during the day.
In keeping with its effort to be one of the trendiest areas in Dallas, the area attracts a very hip and active crowd on weekend nights. The vibe literally seeps out of the various clubs and eating establishments as crowds wait and visit on the sidewalks and sitting areas. There is little entertainment other than the bars and restaurants, but this is more than enough for the many fans of Lower Greenville. But farther north along Greenville Avenue there is the Granada Theater, which features live music and events.
Residents of this neighborhood have the mornings largely for themselves and the area begins to come alive later in the day with brunches and dining, allowing for a more subdued atmosphere. There are a number of small places to enjoy your morning paper with a latte, and the usually fine weather will see a number of individuals walking and jogging throughout the morning.
- Small-town feel
- Close to downtown
- Vibrant area
Locals Don't Love
- Crowded nightlife
- Scarce parking
Neighborhood Reviews1 Review
Great walking neighborhood
buyers and sellers in this neighborhood.