In an exclusive section of far North Dallas, Oak Tree provides luxurious living in its three phases: The Estates of Oak Tree, Oak Tree North and Creekside. The neighborhood’s 306 homes provide plenty of square footage, averaging from 4,000 to 5,500 square feet and priced from the $500’s to $1.5M
Excellent Neighborhood Schools
The neighborhood is one of the few that carry the distinction of a Dallas address zoned within the sought-after Plano Independent School District. Neighborhood children attend Haggar Elementary, Frankford Middle School, Shepton High School, and Plano West Senior High.
Convenient to Corporate and Retail
Located just north of Frankford Road, between the Dallas North Tollway and White Rock Creek, the neighborhood provides easy access to many of the top-rated restaurants and retail establishments in the North Dallas area, including Galleria Dallas and its surrounding businesses.
Oak Tree’s family-oriented, park-like setting includes a twenty-four hour guarded entry, luxurious landscaping, underground utilities, and ample lighting. It ranks among the top ten wealthiest neighborhoods in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Far North Dallas Overview
Far North Dallas comprises the northernmost portion of Dallas which extends north of the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway. The area contains a population of around 162,000, having grown by five percent in the last five years. Far North Dallas appeals to homebuyers wanting an address within easy reach of the city while enjoying suburban advantages like bigger yards and higher-rated schools.
A small section of far North Dallas is located within Collin County, giving residents the sought-after combination of a Dallas address within the Plano Independent School District. Plano I.S.D. is a highly-regarded school district, which educates 55,000 children across 70 campuses. Twenty-three Plano ISD schools have captured the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence honor, awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, the area provides easy access to a number of institutions of higher learning, including Collin College, The University of Texas at Dallas, SMU-In-Plano, and Dallas Baptist University North.
Retail and Dining
Far North Dallas is wedged between Addison and Richardson, giving residents access to the myriad restaurants that line Belt Line Road as well as some of the Metroplex’s best selection of ethnic cuisine. Gourmet grocers such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are local foodie favorites.
Far North Dallas’ western border features a plethora of shops centered on Galleria Dallas, an upscale shopping mall containing over 200 stores- such as American Girl Boutique and Nordstrom- and restaurants as well as an ice rink.
Festivals and Events
Proximity to Addison Circle Park gives residents the opportunity to enjoy the town’s more than 100 seasonal events and festivals, such as the fireworks extravaganza “Addison Kaboom Town!” each July 3rd and “Addison Oktoberfest,” in September. Summer brings a variety of outdoor events, including movies and jazz performances.