Considered to be the city’s first suburb, Hyde Park is full of history, tradition and really cool people. Considered central Austin, Hyde Park is defined by 38th Street to the south, 45th Street to the north, Duval Street to the east, and Guadalupe Street to the west. It is situated just north of the University of Texas and borders the neighborhoods of Hancock and North Loop. A very walkable community complete with quaint places to eat like Hyde Park Grill and Quack’s bakery, you will fall in love quickly. Home to the Elisabet Nay Museum, Station #9 and the Moonlight Tower (alright, alright, alright), there is no shortage of things to do. Hyde Park is home to both young families and long-term residents. If you are planning to call Hyde Park your new home, make sure you are ok with following a few rules that keep the neighborhood true to its reputation. The Hyde Park Local Historic District Design Standards applies to most of the area south of 45th St. The North Hyde Park Neighborhood Conservation Combining District (North Hyde Park NCCD) covers Hyde Park north of 45th St. You will find that residents of Hyde Park love the rules because it keeps Hyde Park full of beautiful bungalows and perfectly manicured lawns. You can check out more info on Hyde Park at the Hyde Park Neighborhood Association Website.
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“A friendly, safe, and beautiful neighborhood full of families and college students. Lots of unique cafes, coffee shops and local businesses.”
“The neighborhood is quiet but well connected to the rest of the City. Lofts of great restaurants and a lovely neighborhood for taking walks.”
“Good friends, local businesses, great people. Hyde Park is close enough to downtown for east access, but far enough away to enjoy your quiet time.”
Quotes from Niche.com