HYDE PARK AUSTIN
Hyde Park is an older, historic neighborhood in Austin, and one of the most desirable places to live for many because of its residential atmosphere, safety, sense of community, and convenient location. Boasting a wide variety of residences, landscaping, and exterior enhancements, residents of this neighborhood feel free to express themselves through their home. Homeowners take pride in adding their own personal style to these modest buildings (averaging 1500 square feet) that were originally developed in the early 1900s. As buyers shop Victorian estates, tiny bungalows, small homes with extensive porches, and modern two-story homes, they will feel the character of the neighborhood.
WHERE IS HYDE PARK?
To visit Hyde Park and its homes for sale, from downtown Austin one would take a simple right turn onto West 42nd Street, and then be driving through the heart of the neighborhood. It is within 4 miles to downtown Austin, Seton Medical Center is just 2 miles away, and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is about 10 miles southeast from the area.
THINGS TO DO NEAR HYDE PARK
North of The University of Texas campus, residents are made up of families, graduate students, and professors, giving it a sophisticated yet laid-back feel. Golfers have access to the Hancock Public Golf Course, east of the neighborhood. In addition to a variety of gyms and yoga studios in the neighborhood, Hyde Park is great for active people who enjoy long walks or runs on the wide tree-lined streets.
Austin ISD serves students in Hyde Park. Check for the specific assigned school for all properties being considered. For a private school option less than two miles from most homes, Kirby Hall School (PK-12), is one of Austin’s acclaimed private schools.
Elementary Schools: Davis, Lee, Ridgetop
Middle Schools: Kealing, Lamar, O’Henry
High Schools: McCallum, Stephen F. Austin