“I lived in Hyde Park throughout my post-college and graduate study years…I even got engaged at the Avenue B Grocery! I can not think of a better community to call home that is still as far from the suburbs as anyone can get!”
Just north of the University of Texas at Austin you will find a neighborhood in a class of its own. Historic homes, generations-old canopies of trees, and a diverse demographic make a residence in Hyde Park a distinctive experience. Central Austin homes for sale in this area offer a diversity and charm that is hard to match in the capitol city. Established over 100 years ago and thriving today, Hyde Park yields Queen Ann style homes alongside more modest frame and bungalow-style houses updated with modern conveniences. Greet neighbors on wrap around porches as you stroll along wide and shaded streets. Experience the delight of decades of residents before you who’ve stopped in for a mouth-watering sandwich at the Avenue B Grocery. Find bus-stops (including campus routes), local grocery, post-office, parks, shopping, café’s and services just around the corner from home. Don’t miss an evening on the patio garden at Mother’s Café, one of Austin’s original health food offerings. Eat healthy then indulge across the street with gelato and Live Music at Dolce Vita. Nestled between 38th street and the Intramural Fields near 48 street, Hyde Park offers community, proximity to anything ‘Austin’ and a home you can enjoy for many more generations to come!
Hyde Park Neighborhood Association Website and hard-copy newsletter available
Elisabet Ney Museum, Hyde Park Bar & Grill, Mother’s Café & Garden, Dolce Vita Gelato & Espresso, Historic Homes Tour, Hyde Park Theater
Faulk Central Library
Lee Elementary School
Kealing Junior High
McCallum High School
Kealing Magnet Program
McCallum Fine Arts Academy
Hyde Park Baptist High School is a Prominent Neighbor
Check with AISD to confirm the school your child would attend.