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We found 1 rental within a 2-mile radius of Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX
Last updated 23 Oct 2019
- 3 Beds
We found 7 rentals within a 3-mile radius of Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX
$987 - $1,517
Last updated 23 Oct 2019
- 1-2 Beds
We found 2 rentals within a 5-mile radius of Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX
Last updated 23 Oct 2019
- 5 Beds
Renters’ Guide to Cedar Crest, Dallas TX
Centered around Cedar Park and its PGA featured golf course, Cedar Crest is situated on the southern border of Downtown Dallas. This neighborhood marks the transition between the urban sprawl of the Dallas Metro Area and the spacious parks and bohemian residential communities on the peripheries.
How far is Cedar Crest from Downtown Dallas?
Depending on the traffic, you can drive to Dallas’ downtown via North Corinth Street Road in just over 15 minutes.
Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX Demographics
- Total Population48,568
Female 22,742Male 25,826
- Median Age34.4
Cost of Living in Cedar Crest, Dallas
The cost of living in Cedar Crest is slightly lower than in Dallas’ center. You can get a three-course meal for two at one of the best restaurants in Cedar Crest (like Lockhart Smokehouse) for around $70. For renters, full utilities should come in at around $162.
Despite being such a populous city, Dallas’ public transportation infrastructure is surprisingly poor. You will most likely need a car, so be aware that the upkeep costs for a vehicle are high here, due to the unfavorable weather.
Average Rent in Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX
- Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX Average Rental Price, October 2019 $1,176 /mo
Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX Apartment Rent Ranges
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Living in Cedar Crest, Dallas
There are many pros of living in Cedar Crest. The area boasts stunning views over Dallas’ skyline while being away from the chaos and commotion of the center. Residents also have the downtown’s amenities on-hand without the excessive cost of living there.
Some say that one of the cons of living in Cedar Crest is its (relative) proximity to Fair Park—a notoriously dangerous neighborhood. But Cedar Crest itself is very safe: Dallas Police HQ is situated in the center of the neighborhood and it’s separated from Fair Park by four-and-a-half miles and a freeway.
Things to do in Cedar Crest, Dallas
When it comes to things to do with the family, Cedar Crest is home to the spectacular Dallas Zoo. Its main mall is the Crest Plaza Shopping Center. But there are more attractions, points of interest and fun things to do just a stone’s throw away in Dallas’ downtown: Dallas World Aquarium and the Majestic Theater ranking among the best family attractions in Dallas.
Cedar Crest has a decent nightlife—the neighborhood takes pride in having the best bars in Dallas. For those interested in outdoor activities with pets, though, Robert Oren Park is the best place to go to, as it has an ample dog-walking space.
Employment and Economy in Cedar Crest
Corporate Dallas is booming, as the city is home to 21 Fortune 500 companies in and around the Dallas Metro Area. Because of this, many of Cedar Crest’s residents commute into the central business district. But there are also jobs in Cedar Crest: mainly in the healthcare, retail, construction and real estate industries.
Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX Households
- Total Number of Households15,937
Family 11,775Non-family 4,162
Children 7,019No Children 8,918
- Average People Per Household3.02
- Median Household Income$69,699
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,333
Education in Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest’s schools are under the direction of the Dallas Independent School District. The area boasts some outstanding high schools: Booker T. Washington High School, the School for the Talented & Gifted and the School of Business & Management. The best elementary school in Cedar Crest, also under the Dallas ISD, is George Bannerman Dealey Montessori.
Cedar Crest, Cedar Hill, Dallas County, TX Education Statistics
- No High School3%
- Some High School29%
- Some College32%
- Associate Degree8%
- Bachelor Degree17%
- Graduate Degree11%
Tips for Renting in Cedar Crest
Before moving to Cedar Crest, it’s worth familiarizing yourself with renters’ rights in Dallas. Renters have the right to “quiet enjoyment”, meaning they can’t be disturbed by either the landlord or by fellow tenants. Moreover, the landlord is under the obligation to repair anything that affects a tenant’s health and safety.
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