Kiestwood offers an abundance of vintage charm. Its more than 400 homes were built between 1950 and 1965. The neighborhood’s primary appeal lies in Kiest Park, a 248-acre public park, as well as its proximity to the Bishop Arts District and other amenities of North Oak Cliff, plus quick access to downtown Dallas.
Well-built mid-century style homes sit below beautiful trees. The neighborhood is full of lush green lawns, soft rolling hills, and towering oak and pecan trees. Friendly neighbors make it easy to fall in love with the area. Kiestwood is also just 15 minutes south of downtown Dallas, but the nature makes it seem like another city.