A great location just minutes away from Park Cites and downtown Dallas. Our new homes in Briarwood consist of Spanish Mediterranean, Tuscan, Country English, and Country French designed by one of Dallas' top Architectural firms. Each home is professionally designed and constructed with distinct quality and attention to detail.
Alexander Hunt Homes was recently featured in the 'Dallas Morning News.'
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The Briarwood neighborhood is the area north of Lover's Lane, West of Inwood Road and bounded on both the west and north by Elsby. Developed primarily in the 1940's for returning World War II veterans on what used to be pasture land from a Dairy farm, these cottages and small houses have rapidly become extremely sought after. Most streets in Briarwood are comprised of wood, brick, and stone cottages framed by fifty year old trees - many with front porches. A real sense of neighborhood exists and it is rare to drive through Briarwood without seeing neighbors walking their dogs and young children or catching up with their neighbors. In the past five years this neighborhood has experienced a continued rejuvenation. That has lead to rapidly rising property values. The Lover's Lane/Inwood Shopping Center, as well as any number of good casual restaurants are within walking distance.
The neighborhood of Bluffview is loosely defined as the area bounded by Northwest Highway on the north, Inwood Road on the east, Midway Road on the west and Lovers Lane on the south. Distinguished by a 60 foot cliff of Austin chalk rising above Bachman Creek, many Dallas residents think of Bluffview as the "Hill Country" of Dallas. Winding tree-lined streets, rolling terrain, and a delightful mix of 1920's through 1990's houses create a unique neighborhood known for its individualism and private back yards. Houses range from charming cottages to large estate homes, to some of the most exceptional contemporary houses in the city. All the homes share a love and connection with nature, and joggers, dog walkers and more recently stroller's mix together during morning and evening walks for an inviting close-in neighborhood.