The hallmark city of Texas and the epicenter of its home state, Dallas represents all the features and cultural landmarks that make Texas great. With homes ranging in size from southwestern estates as big as the Texas sky to modest town homes that fit into any budget, Dallas has a diversity of offerings in its housing market. Though Dallas is undeniably urban, it is still possible to find homes within its boundaries that offer a more suburban style and environment.
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Very broadly, Dallas can be broken down into three primary sections, Central Dallas, East Dallas, and South Dallas. Central Dallas revolves around the downtown area, which is packed with restaurants, retail spaces, nightlife, culture, and business, and includes several distinct arts and historic districts. East Dallas, on the other hand, is home to some residential neighborhoods like Lake Highlands, as well as Deep Ellum, a hip cultural district. South Dallas is a large region that encompasses much residential, commercial, and retail space, including Fair Park, where the State Fair of Texas takes place annually, the Bishop Arts District, and the Cedars, an up-and-coming arts area. Throughout the city, many recreational areas and parks allow residents to enjoy the town's green space, such as the Great Trinity Forest. More of the most well-known districts in Dallas include Bluffview, Exposition Park, Forest Hills, Oak Cliff, Preston Hollow, and West End.
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