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In 1990, a group of residents formed the Hampton Hills Neighborhood Association to safeguard the neighborhood’s architectural integrity and to enhance the quality of life for every resident. The HHNA meets regularly to continue this important work, and we value the participation of every resident.  See Calendar for meeting and event details.

Born in the 1920s, Hampton Hills has one of the most undisturbed stands of original architecture in the city of Dallas. Here, you’ll see outstanding streets lined with craftsman bungalow, Tudor and pre- and post-war cottages.

The HHNA includes individuals that reside within the following perimeters:

Wright to Clarendon and Hampton to Oak Cliff Blvd.

 

Because of its easy access to major thoroughfares, mass transit, downtown Dallas and Oak Cliff’s thriving Bishop Arts District, Hampton Hills is the neighborhood of choice for a diverse group of residents who take pride in their homes and eagerly welcome newcomers.

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The Bishop Arts District

From the early 1900's until 1951, the No. 4 Streetcar stopped at the corner of Bishop Avenue and West Seventh Street before heading west toward Edgefield Avenue.  One of the most thriving trolley car stops in Dallas in its day, this commercial district grew up around this stop and the buildings still remain.

In 1990, the District, with its 12 acres and 20 buildings, was added to the National Registry of Historic Places.  The area is becoming one of the most vibrant accessible areas in the city and is reacquaiting many Dallasites with Old Oak Cliff. 

Please visit the Bishop Arts Merchant's Website or Wikipedia for more information. 

Dallas, Texas



Dallas, a modern metropolis in north Texas, is a commercial and cultural hub of the region. Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. In the Arts District, the Dallas Museum of Art and Crow Collection of Asian Art cover thousands of years of art. The sleek Nasher Sculpture Center showcases contemporary sculpture.

Please visit the Discover Dallas Website or Wikipedia for more information.

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