If you appreciate turn-of-the-century architecture, sitting on your front porch on a lazy day, and a neighborhood served by locally owned businesses, then Hyde Park should be one of interest. The streets are lined with a blend of Victorian mansions, smaller 1-2 bedroom homes, and recent construction. The neighborhood is bound by 38th Street to the south, 51st Street to the north, Guadalupe to the west and Duval Street to the east with an average price range of $325,000 as of 2011. While the neighborhood is one of Austin’s most popular, and densely populated, it is still rich with a sense of community.
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In and Around Hyde Park
Hyde Park is withing walking distance to the University of Texas at Austin which lends itself to diverse residents as well as an eclectic mix of retail, restaurants, parks and museums. Visit the Elisabet Ney Museum; a national, state and local historical landmark, built in 1892 for a walk through early Texas history. Locals meet daily at Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery for fresh roasted coffee and baked goods made from scratch. If you are a golf enthusiast, don’t miss Hancock Golf on 41st Street, the oldest golf course in Texas. Hyde Park is intertwined with the character of the early 1900s and the vibrancy of what is to come.
Employment in Hyde Park
The Hyde Park area offers residents numerous employment options. If you are in the medical profession, Heart Hospital of Austin, Seton Medical Center and the Austin State Hospital are west of Hyde Park. The University of Texas at Austin is one of the city’s top employers with various opportunities in and around the campus. The Triangle is a mixed-use development of retail, business, restaurants and resident housing. All of these establishments are within a walk, bus ride or short drive to Hyde Park.