Estates West is located in far north Dallas and contains 641 single family homes. Our boundaries include Arapaho to the South, Meandering Way to the West, Coit to the East, and La Cabeza to the North. Please note, however, Estates West does not include the duplexes or apartments on El Estado, or the shopping area located at the southwest corner of Arapaho and Coit.
Preston Ridge Trail
Estates West residents have direct access to the Preston Ridge Trail, a 6.3-mile multi-use trail that connects Dallas, TX, with Plano, TX. Ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists, and skaters, this fully-paved trail links Fretz Park, Salado Park, and Campbell Green Park. During the spring months, crape myrtle trees and seasonal wildflowers sport radiant blooms, and the trail is clean and well-groomed year-round due to the hard work of dedicated volunteers. Find out more about the trail and how you can volunteer by visiting: https://www.prestonridgetrail.org/
Twin Lakes Park
Estates West residents have quick access to the Twin Lakes Park that border Campbell Road. This 7.8 acre park is a great place for fishing, feeding the ducks or picnicking. In 2003 the lakes were dredged and stonework was installed to prevent erosion at a cost to the city of $450,000. Dallas Parks Department provides the maintenance and irrigation for Twin Lakes.
Salado Park is a 4.2 acre neighborhood park that was established in 1974. It has benches and trails that connect to the Preston Ridge Trail. It features an abundance of seasonal wildflowers for the neighborhood to enjoy. The City of Dallas has plans for a massive tree planting event taking place soon that will canopy the park with shade for visitors!
Dubbed a "mini Klyde Warren Park," this shopping area is located at the northwest corner of Hillcrest and Arapaho. The area has undergone a huge redevelopment and now includes a 1.5 acre green space and playground surrounded by businesses and upscale shops and restaurants!
Estates West is located within the Richardson Independent School District (RISD). Here are the links to our local, highly rated public schools:
Pioneer Technology & Arts Academy (PTAA) provides a tuition-free Charter School for K-12 grade: