Just north of the University of Texas, Hyde Park was declared Austin’s first suburb in 1891 and continues to be a highly desired community. The historic Hyde Park neighborhood offers a beautiful home for residents, with many interesting stories. The area has kept some of its historic originals like the Avenue B grocery store. Hyde Park sees a vast array of homes ranging from bungalows to Victorians along with older apartment and condo complexes. Stunning oak trees line the streets and neighbors are sure to be friendly.
Hyde Park Neighborhood Home Listings
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Stunning new const 5min to Downtown Austin! Modern farmhouse character w quality highend upgrades& builtin outdoor kitchen! Gorgeous hardwds, tall ceilings, 5" baseboards, Carrera marble, custom cabinetry& venthood w commercial grade SS appliances! Detailed wood work, custom metal lighting, Barndoors w iron railing, double vanities w granite, big WIS w seamless glass, tastefully classic fixtures, oversized laundry&mud rm, fully
Spacious , luxury condo with premium appliances and finishes in historic Old Hyde Park. Caesarstone counters, Kohler faucets, white oak floors and Jeld Wen wood windows. Chef's kitchen w/ SS Viking refrigerator, Bertazzoni Range, U-Line wine fridge. Enjoy the sunrise from the front porch. Private, shaded backyard with lush landscaping and detached garage. Energy saving features include: premium foam insulation, tankless water heater, dual pane
Quintessential 1930's Hyde Park Bungalow meets modern lifestyle needs with addition designed by Greig + Percy Collaborative. This highly walkable location is sure to be enjoyed whether it be entertaining at home or around the classic neighborhood of Hyde Park. This property went through extensive renovations in 2013 including new maple flooring, shutters, loft space, pool by Anthony & Sylvan with automatic cover, french drains, new windows,
Hyde Park Historic District home vintage 1933 totally remodelled in 2016 - 3/ 2 close to Shipe Park, downtown, neighborhood restaurants, etc. AISD schools. Privacy fenced lot with native trees and zeroscape landscaping. Spacious living, 2 bdrms and bath off, big kitchen with lots of extras, dining room, big master w/ 2 walkin closets, master bath w/ dual basins & shower. Energy Efficiency features throughout Tuff storage shed. Survey
Beautifully maintained 1936 Craftsman in desirable Hyde Park. Walk to Quacks, Homeslice & Dulce Vita. Oversized 0.21 acre lot & extensive landscaping creates private oasis w/ several outdoor living areas. 3 bedrooms 1.5 baths. Light & bright, original windows & doors. Stunning updated kitchen with marble counter tops & classic O’Keefe & Merritt stove. Spacious master bdrm has restored master bath with clawfoot tub. Large
The Hyde Park community is located in central Austin zip code 78751.
Along with its close proximity to UT, Hyde Park's location in consideration with the rest of the city can’t be beat and is known to be a primary factor in the popularity of the neighborhood. Many professors, professionals, families and students call Hyde Park home, thankful for the silence, solitude and convenience the community has to offer.
The community vibe in Hyde Park is a strong one. Dogs are welcomed, yards and homes are kept clean, and friends are all around. Christmas is a wonderful holiday spent and most homes are decorated above and beyond the normal expectations. People come from around the city to view the beautifully decorated homes.
Shipe Park, in the center of Hyde Park, is a great place for running, walking, dog walking and biking. The park also houses a small swimming pool, playground, basketball court, and large open grassy areas. Hancock Golf Course is located in Hyde Park as well. The public, nine-hole, golf course was created in 1899, making it Texas' oldest golf course.
The residents love all things original. Neighborhood favorites are quirky coffee shops like Quack’s Bakery and Dolce Vita along with Italian restaurant Asti and the ever popular Hyde Park, known best for its original French fries and outstanding menu. Mother’s Café is another popular venue, appreciated for its vegetarian menu.
Central Austin has a great reputation as being the place to live in Austin. With Downtown right around the corner and Lake Austin easily accessible through Town Lake, the area boasts an abundance of activities and places to enjoy. Central Austin is also the beginning of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. All of these conveniences do necessitate a rise in price, as is the case with any desirable area with so many positive attributes. Central Austin real estate comes at a price, but it's a great place to call home.
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