With the Dallas real estate market being so red hot in recent months, it’s becoming harder and harder for home buyers to identify hidden gems that not only provide desirable housing options, but also great deals on a new home or condo as well. Among some of the few spots in Dallas that still might be considered a “hidden gem” is the one-and-only Bryan Place—a small community that sits just east of the Arts District and just north of the highly-sought after Deep Ellum neighborhood. Originally described as a “stylish downtown neighborhood” that rests in the shadows of the Dallas skyline, you might think Bryan Place has more of a trendy urban look and feel to it given its close proximity to the Arts District and Deep Ellum. Instead, however, Bryan Place is much more reminiscent of a quaint suburban community that’s safe, walkable, and pretty laid-back as well, which often comes as a surprise to those looking in the area for a potential new home. Homes for sale in Bryan Place consists of charming little garden home and townhouses, and if you’re not too keen on doing any yard work, the small lot sizes and general layout of the community keeps maintenance to a minimum, which is yet another desirable characteristic to those thinking about a move here. But for a closer look at just what Dallas Bryan Place neighborhood truly has to offer, we invite you to check out any of the active MLS listings that are conveniently featured below, which will no doubt give you a much better idea of why Bryan Place might just be the perfect option during your Dallas house hunt.
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