Old-World Charm in Central Austin
Hyde Park is one of Austin's most coveted neighborhoods, largely because of the dedicated preservation of historic homes and local businesses. The Central Austin neighborhood is highly walkable -- whether you're strolling around the neighborhood and taking in the breathtaking Victorian architecture, walking to your favorite locally-owned restaurants and bakeries, or stopping by one of the well-maintained neighborhood parks, picture-perfect Hyde Park always has something to do.
When you're seeking an exciting night out, Downtown Austin is a short 12-minute drive away. The rest of Austin is easily accessible, with access to I-35 and Mopac, and the prestigious University of Texas at Austin only a short bike ride away.
Many of the bungalows in Hyde Park have accessory structures, which residents use for a variety of purposes from offices to in-law suites. The pier and beam foundations make the historic homes easy to maintain and remodel.
Neighborhood favorites we suggest: Uncle Nicky’s, Asti, Hyde Park Grill, Julio’s, Home Slice, Fresh Plus Grocery, and Avenue B Grocery and Market.