With a blend of natural beauty and easy access to the center of Dallas, Lakewood is home to inspiring estates and attractive cottages. The residents of Dallas flock to the opportunity of owning homes in Lakewood because of the community closeness and history that the area has to offer.
As a Lakewood Realtor, one of the benefits I always share with clients about living in Lakewood is you get the best of both worlds, small town vibes with big city access. The historic Lakewood Theater once featured classic films and comedy events. Although it is currently close, visitors still visit the site to take photos and reminisce.
- Population – 34,074
- Total Households – 16,022
- Family HH 8,128
- Non-Family HH 7,894
- Median HH Income - $111,544
Things to Do in Lakewood –
Lakewood offers an entire neighborhood full of shops and restaurants. It’s great getting to park your car and be able to walk several blocks of diverse shopping venues and dining options.
If being active is your scene, then lace up your running shoes, or grab your bike, and hit the trails on White Rock Lake. Located on the west side of the lake, Lakewood residents are able to escape the hustle of everyday life and enjoy the views that nature has to offer.
Throughout the year, residents are just minutes away from the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. With more than a million visitors a year, the Dallas Arboretum is among the top arboretums in the world. With a calendar full of public events, educational programs and family-friendly activities, it’s no wonder that the arboretum has a number of honors including Best Holiday Festival in Texas, Best Spring Flower Festival and Best Place for a Family Outing.
Many Lakewood residents enjoy all that the membership has to offer at Lakewood Country Club. This private club offers golfing, dining, fitness, tennis and children activities.
Lakewood Schools –
Serviced by the Dallas Independent School District, residents flock to the area at the chance to send their children to one of the top elementary schools in the area, Lakewood Elementary. Parents and teachers together work hard to provide the students of Lakewood Elementary with superb academics and support to ensure each child is successful.
Lakewood schools are keenly known for the yearly Tour of Homes in the fall. The tour features seven Lakewood homes and an auction party. This community-wide event raises funds for Lakewood Elementary, J.L. Long Middle School and Woodrow Wilson High School.
Neighborhood Searches –
With access to Lakewood Elementary, Hollywood Heights – Santa Monica is among the few Dallas neighborhoods that have maintained their original charm. Tudor style cottages dominate this area located on the south side of White Rock Lake.
Any home sales data appearing on this page is obtained from public record sources (or estimates, for non-disclosure states) as provided by ATTOM Data Solutions and does not comprise an appraisal or a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). This information should not be used to replace a professional appraisal nor to determine the price of a particular property.