Elmwood is located on gently rolling, tree-shaded hills above the limestone banks of Cedar Creek. This land was once the Tennessee Farm Dairy.
Elmwood is the Heart of Oak Cliff. Its houses include a diverse style of architecture including Tudor cottages with unique exterior treatments of brick and stone; craftsman bungalows; 1930s cottages of brick or wood; and a variety of ranch style houses from the 1940s, 50s and 60s made of stone, brick or wood.
Elmwood Park is a focal point of the neighborhood. The park follows Cedar Creek on the northern edge of the neighborhood and then runs south along Rugged Branch through the middle of the neighborhood. The park is full of mature pecan, oak, elm, and hackberry trees and is home to a variety of birds and wildlife.
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