Peak’s Suburban Addition in Old East Dallas is nestled conveniently between Deep Ellum and Lakewood. With over 500 homes, the neighborhood features architecture from the Queen Anne Victorian era, as well as Prairie, Craftsman, and modern or contemporary architecture styles. The diversity of homes, along with the diversity of the people, is what makes Peak’s Suburban Addition so unique and dynamic.
Along with the impressive architecture and an involved community of neighbors, the accessible and convenient location is another perk of the neighborhood. An easy drive from the big yards and green spaces of Peak’s Addition to all of the great commercial districts throughout Dallas can be a real treat.
Public schools for the area are Zaragoza for elementary, Spence for middle school, and North Dallas for high school.
Peak’s Suburban Historic District
Peak’s Suburban Historic District developed over a period of years with four distinct architectural styles: Queen Anne Victorian, Prairie, Craftsman, and Modern Contemporary. Large country estates were first built from 1855 to 1890. Victorian houses were popular in the neighborhood from 1890 to 1905. Prairie and Craftsman homes were abundant from 1905 to 1920. In addition, examples of streetcar apartments from the 1920’s are also present in the area. This is Dallas’ 14th historic district and was adopted in 1995. This neighborhood has one of the highest concentrations of Victorian homes in Dallas.
Wendy Millsap, second Vice President of the Peak’s Suburban Historic District, confirmed that the date for this year’s area garden symposium will be June 2, with more details coming soon.
The Peak’s Addition Neighborhood second annual PorchFest event is on Saturday, October 7th this year. All are welcome to this family-friendly grassroots music and art festival on porches throughout the neighborhood.
Find details on more upcoming events and additional area information on the Peak’s Addition site.
Currently for Sale in Peak’s Addition
This beauty at 4719 Junius Street has the charm of yesterday with the updates and amenities of today. The home, built in 1923, has been taken back to the studs and remodeled with new plumbing and electrical. The light-filled rooms and a light-colored palette add to the open floor plan.
From specialty tile backsplash in the kitchen to vessel sinks in both baths, designer touches are everywhere. A full-sized laundry closet and lovely accents in various shades of gray are an added plus. Sit on the porch swing and watch the world go by, or lounge in the over sized backyard and enjoy the serene atmosphere.The beautiful property is close to Baylor University Medical Center, downtown Dallas, all of East Dallas shopping and entertainment, and major highways and streets.
Listing agent MaryBeth Harrison with Keller Williams Dallas-Park Cities has listed this charming home with four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and more than 5,000 square feet for $1.25 million.