Hyde Park - Location
The neighborhood of Hyde Park can be found between Red River, East 38th Street, Guadalupe Street and 51st Street. It's just North of the University of Texas, so a popular spot for UT professors and other academicians. The area is characterized by quaint cottage style homes, tree lined streets and an eclectic population. Waller Creek winds through this neighborhood on it's way to Lady Bird Lake.
Hyde Park - Homes
The average sized home in Hyde Park has approximately 1,500 square feet, and two bedrooms. But averages don't mean much in areas where the development began in the late 1800's and is still continuing today. You'll find home sizes ranging from 480 square feet to over 6,000 (!!!). If you're a fan of front porches, English style gardens, a cottage type architecture and hardwood floors this may be the place for you.
Hyde Park - Schools and Amenities
Where to begin? You've got the Hancock Municipal Golf Course, easy access to Central Market, the Shipe Wading pool, several bed and breakfast establishments, the Elizebet Ney Museum, the Hancock Shopping Center, the shops around Duval and 45th all within about a 10 block radius. Homes in the area tracks to either Lee Elementary, Kealing Middle School and McCallum High School or Ridgetop Elementary, Lamar Middle School and McCallum High School.
Hyde Park - Homes for Sale