Vickery Place


  • Northern Boundary: Goodwin Ave
  • Eastern Boundary: Greenville Ave
  • Southern Boundary: Belmont Ave
  • Western Boundary: US-75


Once part of the vast Caruth Family Homestead and land empire of the 19th & 20th centuries, Vickery Place was purchased for development by G.W. Works in 1913. At the time, Mr. Works was the manager of the Dallas Street Railway Company. He advertised, on the back of railway tickets, his new development north of Downtown as: “Above the city — It’s natural advantages together with modern improvements and conveniences, make it most desirable for home or investment purposes.” Vickery Place was to be 35 blocks, with the larger homes platted and built first; followed by the smaller, less-expensive homes filled in. This was a time before institutional mortgages. G.W. Works financed his new buyers in Vickery Place at $10-down, and $10 per month. What was the sales price? $850. Roughly $21,000 in 2019. Much has changed since 1913! Vickery Place is one  of three neighborhoods that makes up “M-Streets”. 


Folks who live in Vickery are mostly young professionals, young-married-couples and young families who enjoy being extremely close to an urban environment; but still like the essence and organization of a suburb. Being one of (if not the) oldest neighborhoods in Dallas, Preservation Dallas protects Vickery Place and M-Streets from losing its rich character and charm. If you enjoy history, niche, walkability, community and urban proximity, you’re just like almost 4,000 people who call Vickery Place home.


4 miles from Downtown Dallas | 3 miles from Uptown | 3.5 miles from Deep Ellum | <1 mile from Lower Greenville | <1 mile from Knox/Henderson | 5.5 miles from Love Field 

Real Estate

Homes for Sale in Vickery Place

Quick Stats (2019):

Closed Sales ……………………………. 36

Average Sales Price ………. $714,804

Media Sales Price …………. $702,000

Average Days on Market …………. 70

Inventory (months) ………………. 4.4 

Average Rent ($/ft)………………. $1.60

Types of Home in Vickery Place

Colonial Revival
Prairie Style
21st Century Modern by Conrad Homes
21st Century Contemporary by David Leite Custom Homes


Schools (DISD)Texas Education Agency GradePrivate Schools (Dallas)Niche Grade (Texas)
Geneva Heights Elementary School72St. Marks (1-12)#1
Long Middle School82Hockaday (PK – 12)#2
Woodrow Wilson High School85Greenhill (PK – 12)#3
Cistercian (5-12)#9
Jesuit (9-12)#14
Episcopal School of Dallas (PK – 12)#15
Ursuline (9-12)#20
Cambridge (5-12)#21
Yavneh Academy (9-12)#22
Parish Episcopal (PK – 12)#31

Food + Shops + Fun

Velvet Taco

The Porch

Blue Goose


Slater’s 50/50

Top Pot Doughnuts

Reful Co

Bar Sellar

Mister Rich Dallas

Planet Blue

Caitlin Wilson Dallas

Vintage Martini

Favor the Kind

Nick Brock Antiques

Consignment Heaven

Emeralds to Coconuts