Richardson heights is a well hidden treasure made up of 9 sections with an outstanding central location that spreads from Spring Valley to Arapaho, west of 75. This cluster of “mid-century modern” homes takes you to another time as you drive down the mature tree-lined streets.
Heights Park, located in the heart of the neighborhood, boasts two recently resurfaced tennis courts, soccer fields, a huge playground and an endless strip of land that residents love to take advantage of for picnics and family walks.
The lot sizes are much larger than their Dallas counterparts which places them in an ideal position for future renovation. With the custom home building trend making waves in neighboring Canyon Creek, builders are already flocking to this neighborhood in search of their next projects. Home prices have steadily increased and range from the mid $100s up to the high $600s.
Just like neighboring communities in Richardson, Richardson Heights offers convenient access to major highways, situated close to 75 with quick access to both I-635 and George Bush Tollway. Richardson Food Truck Park, a new addition to the city, is within close proximity to the neighborhood as well. Additional developments continue to add to the entertainment and food options like Alamo Drafthouse, Haystack and others located at Beltline/75.