Once a 215-acre dairy farm, Bluffview was developed in the 1920s to make room for country-like estates. Today these secluded homes are prized for their spacious lots on beautiful rolling terrain, all close within the city limits. Bluffview draws its name from the nearby Bachman Creek, with its 50-foot chalk cliffs overlooking a tangle of greenbelt with welcoming parks, trails and native Texas foliage. Because of this stunning topography, some of Dallas’ most prominent families and architects have built homes here. The neighborhood is a showplace for architecturally distinct homes, including some of the area’s most significant contemporary designs, all set on large, one-acre lots that provide ample green space and breathing room for lucky residents. Bluffview is minutes from Love Field and other major transportation arteries, and it is close to fine shopping, dining and entertainment at Snider Plaza, Highland Park Village and NorthPark Center. Bluffview is also close to the area’s outstanding private and parochial schools including Episcopal School of Dallas, St. Mark’s School of Texas, Hockaday School and more.