Hyde Park is a neighborhood of tiny bungalows, to duplex townhomes; small condo complexes and charming turn-of-the century homes all blended into this historic neighborhood. On the outskirts of the University of Texas campus, residents enjoy a unique blend of professionals, professors and students as their neighbors. Most notable is the strength of this neighborhoods association with community involvement at amongst the highest of any in the city. These residents share a proud history as a host to the State Fair of Texas, really! These days Hyde Park enjoys noteriety in the National Registry of Historic Places.
In Hyde Park, you’re more likely to encounter articulate residents and local bakeries than noisy crowds and raucous bars. Small-town charm emanates from Hyde Park’s coffee shops and markets, and the neighborhood’s historic homes, well-tended lawns, and tree-shaded streets all contribute to its inviting walkability. Getting to Downtown requires a quick ride via bike or public transit—luckily Hyde Park is served by multiple MetroBus lines.
Hot spots: The Triangle development
Outdoor attractions: Shipe Park and Pool, Hancock Golf Course
Schools these students attend: Lee Elementary School, Keating Middle School, McCallum High School.
Average Home Pricing: $324,500 – $1,155,000
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