For over 3,000 years, people have inhabited the area now known as Turtle Creek. Archaeological surveys have found a number of stone tools that date back to 1,000 B.C. Native Americans also settled in the area and took advantage of the spring water source. Current residents of Turtle Creek have plenty to do and see in this neighborhood, and Turtle Creek Dallas apartments have great amenities and features.
Why you want to live in Turtle Creek
The best thing about living in Turtle Creek is getting to be near the actual Turtle Creek itself. If you feel torn between your love of green space and city living, this neighborhood will give you the best of both worlds.
One of the neighborhood’s hidden treasures is Dragon Park. This little-known park is a great space for taking afternoon walks or bike rides.
Turtle Creek Dallas’s population is currently 10,553. The median household income for the area is $85,369, which is quite a bit above the Dallas average of $41,978. The average age for men in Turtle Creek is 37.3 years, and for women, it is 36.2 years. On average, there are about 1.5 people per household in the area, which means there are great Turtle Creek apartments for rent.
A few of our favorite places in Turtle Creek
To relax and unwind, head to the Sage Massage Studio near the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. The experts at this full-service salon will help you relax and unwind as you enjoy a number of great treatments for your body and mind.
Some of our favorite restaurants include…
- Shelly Pie
- Pizza Palermo
Living cost for Turtle Creek Apartments
The average rent for the Turtle Creek Dallas TX 75219 neighborhood is $1,148, which is higher than the average rent for Dallas. Though the rent may be a bit high, Turtle Creek have plenty to offer.
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