The neighborhood of Southwest Dallas is situated within the city of Dallas, Texas.
Southwest Dallas offers a calm atmosphere and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time in green spaces. There are over 50 parks nearby for residents to check out, like Kiest Park and Mountain Valley Park, making them easy to get to. Most areas in this part of Dallas are quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamor - although that is not the case near Interstate 35, R L Thornton Freeway, the airport (Dallas Executive Airport) or one of the railway lines.
In Southwest Dallas, many of buildings are single detached homes, and large apartment buildings and small apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. This part of the city also has a good selection of unit sizes - houses range from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly 60% of the population of this neighborhood own their home whereas the remainder are renters. The average year of construction for houses in this part of Dallas is 1983.
It is frequently possible for house buyers in Southwest Dallas to buy groceries by walking. There are also a few choices for those who care about restaurants and cafes in close proximity. With regards to education, in Southwest Dallas, residents will typically be able to access primary schools on foot. In contrast, high schools are not particularly plentiful and accordingly may require a long walk to get to. Home owners are served by public and private schools at both the elementary and secondary school level.
The car is very often the favored mode of transportation in Southwest Dallas. Many properties for sale are a rather short drive from the nearest highway, such as Interstate 35, and it is very easy to come across a place to park. However, the public transit system in this area is not very convenient. Nonetheless, there are about 20 bus lines, and bus stops are not very far from most properties. Biking is occasionally difficult in this neighborhood as there are quite a few elevation changes, and Southwest Dallas is home to a somewhat poor bicycling infrastructure. Nonetheless, bicycling is better in some sectors than others. Walking is also not very practical for home buyers in Southwest Dallas because few daily errands can be run on foot.