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What You Can Buy in Oak Lawn

A taste of what you'll find now.

Though it’s known for a lively bar scene, the annual Dallas Pride parade, and the original Eatzis, Oak Lawn is home to many a quiet, shady street. Stretching from posh Highland Park to Uptown’s flashiest streets, the neighborhood encompasses everything from luxury estates to charming townhomes and bungalows. Here’s a taste of what you can buy in Oak Lawn right now.


5403 Bradford Drive

bungalow inside

Price: $489,900

Square Footage: 1,805 Square Feet

Year Built: 2013

Highlights: The newly constructed abode features walls of glass windows, a sleek modern design, well-appointed finishes, and a fantastic backyard and patio. But really, it’s all about that orange door.


3704 Cragmont Avenue


Price: $1,659,000

Square Footage: 3,939

Year Built: 1998

Highlights: Don’t let the gray exterior fool you, 3704 Cragmont is teaming with natural light and bright, high-end finishes. We’d be willing to do a lot of things to move into that master bedroom.


4411 Bowser #107


Price: $275,900

Square Footage: 1,260

Year Built: 2008

Highlights: One of 30 boutique residences in Nikko Condominiums, #107 features a clean, open layout, up-to-date appliances, and is just steps away from the Highland Park Whole Foods.