Peak's Suburban Historic District developed over a period of years with four distinct architectural styles. Large country estates were first built from 1855 to 1890. Victorian houses were popular in the neighborhood from 1890 to 1905. Prairie and Craftsman homes from 1905 to 1920 were very abundant. In addition, examples of streetcar apartments from the 1920's are also present. This is Dallas' fourteenth historic district and was adopted in 1995. This neighborhood has one of the highest concentrations of Victorian homes in Dallas.
Approved Historic Guidelines
Dallas Histroic Development Program
Please note, members and associates or neighbors of Peak's Addition Home Owner's Association is not liable for the verification of information printed by in the Historic Development Program booklet.