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Munger Place Historic District, Dallas, TX

Apartments in Munger Place Historic District, Texas
The apartments for rent in Munger Place Historic District, Dallas, Texas, are situated in an up-and-coming suburban neighborhood that's between the lively downtown center and White Rock Lake. There, you and your family will find the perfect balance between a busy metropolitan environment and quaint, rural serenity. The neighborhood is in close proximity to some of the city's most notable schools, along with convenient areas of commerce, arts and cultural centers and great nightlife spots. The community's dynamic feel attracts a diverse range of people that include new families, young professionals, recent transplants and lifelong locals. There's an air of Southern hospitality in the community that will make you feel at home as soon as you arrive. 

Parks and Recreation
If you want to head outside on the weekends, there's no better place to go than one of the local parks. Munger Park, Savage Park and Randall Park are all great neighborhood locations where you and the locals can socialize as you hang out and enjoy the warm weather. To escape the city environment without actually leaving the city, you can head to the Dallas Arboretum, where you'll be able to explore various gardens or attend one of its numerous events that range from educational kids' activities to concerts. 

Transportation
The apartments for rent in Munger Place Historic District, Dallas, Texas, are near the city center, where several of the state's main roads converge. Whether you have to travel to Houston for business or you just want to explore the rest of Texas, you'll be able to get a quick start to your travels with your easy access to Interstate 35E, Interstate 30, Interstate 40, Highway 75 and Highway 77. For long-distance trips, you can hop on a flight at the Fort Worth/Dallas Airport. To get around town and tour all of Dallas' hotspots, you can always use the public transit system, which has numerous bus and train lines that run at convenient times for affordable prices. 

Education
Parents can send their children to one of the surrounding public schools, like Lakewood Elementary, Robert E. Lee Elementary or Eduardo Mata Elementary School, or they can enroll their little ones at one of the highly rated public institutions such as Lindsley Park Community School or Lakewood Montessori School. 

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools
http://www.dallasisd.org/site/default.aspx?PageID=1

Water/Sewer Company
Dallas Utilities
http://dallascityhall.com/dwu/water_utilities.html

Electric Company
Spark Electricity
http://www.sparkenergy.com/texas/dallas-electricity