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About Hyde Park

Established as one of Austin’s first subdivisions in 1891, Hyde Park neighborhood was marketed as an area with ‘fine streets and perfect shade’. Today the area is still perfectly shaded with magnificent oak trees and stately homes from the early Victorian era. Cottages and Craftsman-style bungalows filled in the available lots during the 1920s and 1930s. Though the original street-car lines have long been removed, Hyde Park’s location in the heart of central Austin appeals to those who enjoy an inner-city community with every daily necessity at their fingertips.

Where is Hyde Park?

Defined by the original boundaries of an actual park in the late 1880s, Hyde Park is set between 38th Street on the south and 45th Street on the north. The eastern edge is Duval Street and Guadalupe is to the west. The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association has increased the area to include a few more blocks to the north of 45th Street and homes in this area are similar in style to many of the original bungalows from the earlier timeframe. Easy access to downtown and UT (only 1.5 miles) along Guadalupe or Lamar makes the area convenient for students, professors or anyone who loves living in the heart of Austin and because the area is situated between IH35 and Mopac, you can get in and out of the city center on a moment’s notice.

Hyde Park Attractions

Even the most directionally challenged can find their way around the Hyde Park neighborhood.  Just know your alphabet from A to H, and be able to count from 38 to 45.  Laid out in a perfect grid, Hyde Park can make you feel at home in seconds.  You don’t have to go far to enjoy shopping, dining, grocery stores, bakeries, and all the day-to-day necessities. The heart of the neighborhood is Shipe Park along 45th Street.  With a swimming pool, tennis courts, and playground there’s plenty of room to play with friends, kids, or sit and read a book in the sun. For dining the destination is at 43rd Street and Duval. Hyde Park Bar & Grill (famous for their battered French fries), Julio’s Mexican, Asti Italian Restaurant, Mother’s (vegetarian), Hyde Park Grocery and Quack’s Bakery will satisfy those hunger pangs. Walk, bike or drive…it’s up to you… life’s necessities are minutes away in Hyde Park.

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