Lake Highlands, Dallas

Lake Highlands is home to a community that’s centered around building a better tomorrow. Drawn in by the quality of its schools, many parents move to the area hoping to give their children the best chance at a bright future.

But of course, there’s more to Lake Highlands than just its schools.

Bars & Restaurants

If there was a place where you could live comfortably as a picky eater, Lake Highlands might just be it. From classic American burgers and Tex-Mex cuisine to delicious dessert delicacies, you won’t have to look too hard to find a decent meal.

Knob & Key Realty Highlights:

  • Shady’s Burgers & Brewhaha – It’s important to enjoy the simple things in life. Good food, good beer, and a good place to hang out are all you need for a great time with family and friends. That’s the idea behind Shady’s Burgers & Brewhaha.
  • One Nostalgia Tavern – You never know what stories you’ll take home after a night out at a bar. And at One Nostalgia Tavern, it hard to leave without an interesting tale or two. Why? Because when you put regulars, drinks, and karaoke together, things just click.
  • Andy’s Frozen Custard – Say what you will about chain stores but when the drive-thru line is always wrapping around Andy’s Frozen Custard, I think that speaks for itself.

Grocery Stores

Lake Highlands’ grocery options cover all the necessities. The area is served by several big-name supermarket brands and shelved are always stocked with what shoppers are looking for. When it’s time to replenish your pantry, there’s a store that will fit any budget.

Knob & Key Realty Highlights:

  • Sprouts Farmers Market – Located at the Lake Highlands Town Center, Sprouts is a supermarket that carries both regular and organic goods. Their commitment to good-for-you groceries at affordable prices has helped the brand earn a spot in Fortune’s list of The World’s Most Admired Companies.

Schools

Lake Highlands is part of the Richardson Independent School District (RISD). When it comes to academic performance, students here have a reputation for great test scores. The RISD is held in such regard that some families move here just for the opportunity to send their children to a school in the district.

Knob & Key Realty Highlights:

  • White Rock Elementary School – Ranked among the top public schools in Texas, White Rock Elementary’s mission is “to prepare students for the 21st century by providing purposeful and highly engaging instruction that prepares students for their global future.” They serve students from kindergarten to 6th
  • White Rock North School – Accepting students from pre-kindergarten to grade 6, White Rock North is an esteemed private school. They offer accelerated academic programs at a six-acre campus that allows for plenty of room for students to grow.

Parks

You can tell that a neighborhood is family-friendly when you see its parks. With abundant trees and well-maintained facilities, Lake Highland parks are built to encourage families and communities to get together.

Knob & Key Realty Highlights:

  • Lake Highlands North Recreation Center – If you’re looking for a park that has both indoor and outdoor recreational facilities, head over the LH North Recreation Center. The park has picnic grounds, playgrounds, a tennis court, and a handball court. When the summer heat arrives, visitors can keep the fun going in the pool and sprayground.

Others

When looking for a place to call home, big stores and flashy brands can only do so much. Home is where the heart is and there’s plenty of that to be found in Lake Highlands.

Knob & Key Realty Highlights:

  • Familial Community – At the end of the day, a neighborhood is about the people living in it. The Lake Highland community is unlike any other when it comes to how they come together. Whether it’s a monthly wine dinner, weekly poker game, or just a front yard pizza party, you’ll be with people that welcome their neighbors with open arms.

If you’re at a point where you’re thinking about settling down with your family, Lake Highlands might just be the perfect neighborhood. Talk to a Knob & Key agent and we’ll help you find a place to put down some roots.

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