LIVE. BETTER. Knox/Henderson Homes $400k & Under

LIVE. BETTER. Knox/Henderson

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Nestled between Uptown, Lower Greenville Avenue and Highland Park, lies trendy Knox/Henderson, a pedestrian-friendly area named for the two roads that connect over U.S. Highway 75.  It’s trail, shops, eateries, and bars radiate out in all directions. Knox/Henderson manages to maintain a cozy neighborhood vibe despite its central Dallas location.

The neighborhood offers a dizzying array of LIVE. BETTER. options to suit all tastes and budgets. So, whether you want to jog, shop, dine, dance or cocktails we’ve got you covered at Knox/Henderson. The people are cool and laid back, close to everything you want and need. You get a mix of historic to modern and sleek with eclectic shops, eateries, and homes.

The home you are looking for and the good things in life are waiting for you here, Knox/Henderson, Dallas, TX.


Where to LIVE. BETTER.

Enjoy the Sun & Eateries

If strolling along the Knox-Henderson corridor isn’t enough to get your heart beating, then you can get your body moving on the Katy Trail, an old railroad route that was transformed into a landscaped, 3.5-mile paved path. Whether you’re running, walking, biking or inline skating, the trail is a terrific place to enjoy the outdoors.

All that activity will make you hungry. Brunch, lunch– or any type of dinner you can think of, the Knox-Henderson corridor dishes up deliciousness at every turn.

A good place to start sampling is at the Highland Park Soda Fountain, a Dallas institution that’s been serving griddled sandwiches and malted milks since 1912.

Area Hispanophiles like Cafe Madrid for its authentic Spanish tapas and live flamenco music. Craving homemade pastas and pizza? Then stake a claim on the patio at Taverna. In the mood for sushi?  We have a place for you! Tei Tei Robata Bar, a popular Japanese restaurant serves robata specialties and meticulously prepared sushi.

If you’re in the casual mood, check out Velvet Taco, a gourmet taquería that cranks out killer tacos filled with everything from crispy tikka chicken to shrimp and grits. When the night calls for something special, there’s Gemma, a Napa inspired restaurant showcasing sensational seasonal cuisine and a terrific late-night menu to boot.

At any rate, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Knox/Henderson is teeming with restaurant options that span the globe and fits all budgets.


Where to Shop & Drink

Like to shop? This cozy enclave is not only one of Dallas’ most walkable ‘hoods, Knox/Henderson is also one of the best areas to find trendy designer fashions, chic home furnishings– and eclectic gift items you won’t see anywhere else.  A good place to start is on Knox Street at Forty Five Ten, a stunning luxury boutique. The store boasts everything from designer apparel to accessories and home décor. Next door you’ll find Nest, the ultimate browsing ground for cool interiors, unusual decorative pieces and terrific gift finds. More home accessories and extraordinary treasures, say like a crystal embellished skull, can be found at Grange Hall.  For the artist in you visit Art is Art, a consignment gallery filled with mixed media paintings, handcrafted jewelry and mid-century modern furnishings. Also on Knox is the Apple Store and Kate Spade, a designer heaven. Over on the Henderson side there’s everything from Mexican imports at La Mariposa to retro fashions at Vintage Martini. Those are just a few examples of the places that will empty your wallet on Knox/Henderson.

If you thought Knox-Henderson was bustling during the day, you should see it after the sun goes down when the entire area comes alive with late night revelers. From posh dance clubs like the Candleroom to popular gastropubs like The Old Monk and Henry’s Majestic, (which also boasts a hidden speakeasy)–there’s plenty of action to keep night owls entertained. Never get bored living at Knox/Henderson.