Historic Preservation

Munger Place Historic District

One of the early deed-restricted subdivisions, ca. 1905, developed by Dallas cotton gin entrepreneur Munger Brothers, reflecting strong Prairie Four Square architectural influences, with symmetrical facades, broad porches and eaves, low hipped roofs. Over 200 homes represent the largest intact collection of Prairie-influenced structures in North Texas.

 Munger Place Map of Contributing Structures (Note: All work on properties in Munger Place requires a Certificate of Appropriateness regardless of the property's status.)

Designations: Dallas Landmark District (1988), National Register of Historic Places (1977). 

Further Research:
Munger Place Landm​​ark Designation Re​port​​ (1988)
Munger Place S​u​rvey (Historic Preservation League​​, 1976)

Munger Place Historic District