Pittman Place Addition
Pittman Place Addition is a subdivision of 19 homes located near the Phyllis Wheatley Historic District of South Dallas. Named after William Sydney Pittman – known as Dallas’ first black architect – this community is historic in its own right; as it is the first complete subdivision to be built in South Dallas in over 40 years.
Inspired by the Craftsman and Bungalow architectural styles of early twentieth century, Pittman Place is an eclectic collection of home designs that are unique with color palettes that are bold yet complimentary their surroundings. There are seven different floor plans available – each with its own unique exterior elevation. Most homes have three bedrooms, two baths, a powder room, laundry space, a single-car garage, and open-plan living areas that allow for flexible use of space.
Some houses have carports that are aesthetically integrated into the building design. Pittman Place was designed to be a part of the greater community. The subdivision’s master plan creates generous lots with a neighborhood feeling that is inclusive and inviting. With its close proximity to Dallas’ Central Business District, Fair Park, and easy access to major thoroughfares and DART’s Light Rail system, Pittman Place is close to work and play.