Austin's Hyde Park neighborhood is slightly north of Downtown Austin and The University of Texas in the 78751 ZIP. The Hyde Park boundaries are 38th Street, Guadalupe St., 51st St., and Duval Street (38 to 45th Streets) or Red River Street (45th to 51st Streets). Hyde Park is one of Austin's oldest and most historic neighborhoods. A majority of homes for sale in the Hyde Park area were built from 1910 to 1950. Many of the homes are smaller, bungalow-type residences with a great deal of character and charm. Most students in Hyde Park attend Lee Elementary School and McCallum High School in the Austin Independent School District (AISD).
You can find homes for sale in Hyde Park ranging from 900 to 3,000-plus square feet, but the average home is roughly 1,200 to 1,500 square feet. There's a great deal to like about living in Hyde Park: loads of trees, houses with character, a great mix of personality types, and convenient access to restaurants, coffee shops, grocery shopping, and Central Austin. The downside: prices can be high, and lot sizes are small. As for public schools and their locations, Lee Elementary is just south of Hyde Park on Hampton Road. Kealing Middle School is in East Austin, roughly four miles from Hyde Park. McCallum is about 2 miles northeast of Hyde Park. There are a number of private schools near Hyde Park: The Griffin School (grades 9 through 12), Huntington-Surrey School (grades 9 through 12), Concordia Academy (grades 9 through 12), St. Paul Lutheran School (K through 8), and Kirby Hall School (grades Pre-K through 12) are among the many choices available in the area. The Odyssey School for children with learning disabilities is also nearby. Pre-school options near the Hyde Park area include The Montessori Center (ages 2 to 6) and All Saints' Episcopal School (Pre-K and K). Area outdoor amenities in 78751 and Hyde Park include Hancock Golf Course is the nearest public course and is very popular. Shipe Park and Pool is the nearest neighborhood park, and it features basketball courts, tennis courts, and a playground. Adams-Hemphill Park and Eastwoods Park and Wading Pool are directly south of the neighborhood, near the UT campus.For more information on the neighborhood, The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association is the primary community-based group in the area.
Hyde Park homes are near many restaurants: Antonelli's Cheese, Asti, Hyde Park Bar and Grill, Mandola's Italian, Tacodeli, Uchiko, Vino Vino, and Hopfields. As for groceries, Austin's gourmet haven, Central Market, is nearby at 38th and Lamar. There's also a huge HEB Grocery at Hancock Center, just East of Hyde Park.
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