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  • Walkable neighborhood located in Central Austin, 3 miles north of downtown

  • Easy access to I-35 and Mopac, short bike ride to University of Texas

  • Austin’s first suburb: a few grand homes from the late 1800s, but mostly developed in the 1930s and 1940s; known for its classic bungalow-style homes

  • The Hyde Park Historic District covers the area south of 45th Street between Duval and Guadalupe

  • Shipe Park is a large attraction with a fantastic pool, tennis and basketball courts as well as the Elisabet Ney Museum

  • Celebrates Halloween by closing down the streets and having bands perform, as many as 1,000 trick-or-treaters visit each house!

  • Other favorite neighborhood events: the annual Fire Station Festival and the Historic Homes Tour

  • Nearby restaurants: Uncle Nicky’s, Asti, Hyde Park Grill, Julio’s, Home Slice, Bureau de Poste

  • Central commercial hub: 43rd Street and Duval Street with restaurants, a bakery, and Fresh Plus Grocery

  • First Light Books has the best coffee in the neighborhood

  • Read more about what makes Hyde Park so unique

  • Read a local's perspective of a day-in-the-life in Hyde Park

Welcome to Hyde Park!


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