Steven Park Village – Dallas, Texas
Stevens Park Village is a neighborhood in northern Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas (USA), named for its developer, John P. Stevens. The neighborhood is bounded by Remond Dr to the north, N Hampton Rd to the east, Fullerton Dr to the west, and Fort Worth Ave to the south. The neighborhood includes the following streets: Barberry Dr, W Colorado Blvd, Fullerton Dr, Lawndale Dr, Leander Dr, Stevens Crest Dr, Stevens Ridge Dr, and Walter Dr.
Stevens Park Village is a neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. Stevens Park Village mostly features midsize homes that are competitively priced. This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Dallas area.
One of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Oak Cliff, Texas, tucked away between Colorado Boulevard and the edge of the cliff. This neighborhood has wide, curving, tree-lined streets, large medians, common parks perfect for neighborly gatherings, and spectacular views of the Dallas skyline. Just minutes from downtown and with easy access to the Metroplex via I-30, our quiet little neighborhood is urban living at its best.
Aptly named, Stevens Park Village, with its beautiful tree-lined streets, has a historical feel due to the charming Austin stone and brick homes that predominate. Many exterior elevations and eclectic facades allow for an architecturally diverse but highly attractive collection of homes. Fifteen of the residences were designed by noted Dallas architect Charles Stevens Dilbeck, who felt first and foremost a home should be welcoming. And the Stevens Park Village homes live up to that promise. Observers can spot natural materials, intimate scale, and fine craftsmanship throughout the 176 residences in our neighborhood.
The neighborhood, first developed between 1939 and 1941 by the visionary Annie Stevens, also features Prairie-style homes, incorporating hardwood floors, fireplaces, archways, corner cupboards, and chair rail molding. An addition immediately to the west (Stevens Ridge, Stevens Crest, and Fullerton) was built in the 1950s through the 1960s and features larger ranch-style homes.
The Village also includes two small park areas; the center of neighborhood activity, especially during the summer months, weather permitting of course; from doggie disc catch games to picnic spreads rivaling those of local all-you-can-eat buffets. Many neighbors invite others over, sharing their beautiful backyard gardens for socializing. And if you are lucky enough to be befriended by a resident with a pool…well, it certainly makes those hot Dallas summers much easier to take.
The noted Dallas architect Charles Dilbeck, whose work helps give the Park Cities and Preston Hollow neighborhoods of Dallas their distinctive look, designed 15 homes in Stevens Park Village. Dilbeck believed that a house should be a place to welcome friends and visitors alike. Many of his homes are L-shaped with heavy porch timbers that create an inviting, yet solid feeling. Some of the homes are of brick construction, also typical of the time.