Hyde Park Homes for Sale
The historic neighborhood of Hyde Park can be found three miles north of downtown Austin. Near a series of major highways, public schools, the University of Texas, and recreation along Lady Bird Lake, this community enjoys premier suburban living near the heart of Austin. Development of this area began in the late 1800s, and as a result of this buyers will find that the housing market is a diverse blend of new and old construction. Although there is a wide variety of architectural styles available in this market, Hyde Park homes for sale are predominantly single-family houses. Set amongst tree-lined sidewalks and quiet streets, Hyde Park homes are perfect for families.
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Hyde Park Real Estate Listings
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Homes for Sale in Hyde Park, TX
Downtown Austin is full of career-changing opportunities, endless recreation options, and plenty of fine dining experiences, but the housing options are limited. Predominantly, they tend to be apartments and condos. However, that housing type is not feasible for every buyer. Many buyers love having a private backyard where their dog can play and they can garden and grill through the warmer months. Other families are composed of four or five members, so it is important to have ample space to live freely. If you’re a buyer interested in the conveniences of suburban living, but you want to be close to the opportunities of downtown, homes for sale in Hyde Park are not to be missed. They offer the best of both worlds.
Properties on the Hyde Park real estate market begin in value around $400,000 and can reach as high as a million dollars depending on the size, luxury, and age of the residence. As such, most buyers will find that they are able to invest in a comfortable property for themselves and their family.
The oldest properties in the area date back to the early 1900s. Some of these elegant manors have been lovingly cared for throughout the years and are in incredible condition. While these majestic residences were intended as luxury homes, the years following showed a change in this trend. Hyde Park became a suburb intended for working class people. During this time, many charming bungalows were built throughout the area. Today, buyers can also find luxury infills that were built within the past decade.
Hyde Park is an ideal place to raise families, and buyers will find that the houses in this area feature expansive floor plans that unfold over a thousand square feet or more. Often, they include four or more bedrooms, ensuring they can easily accommodate families of most sizes.
Living in Hyde Park Real Estate
Hyde Park real estate enjoys an exceptional location within the city. Many residences within the community are within walking distance of the University of Texas where more than 50,000 students study. The downtown core is located three miles to the south of this neighborhood, and there residents will find a fantastic blend of cafés, restaurants, local businesses, and historic buildings. For many in the workforce, the downtown core provides plenty of worthwhile career opportunities. Additionally, Hyde Park is near three medical centers, so those who work in the medical field will find that this neighborhood offers plenty of job opportunities.
Hyde Park is also near to a number of fantastic outdoor recreation options. The popular Ladybird Lake is located to the south of this community. Hancock Golf Course is a popular fairway within the neighborhood. The course features a nine-hole route and is one of the oldest golf courses in the state. There is also the Charles Alan Wright Fields where locals can enjoy a good game of tennis or play on the fields.
Parents with school-aged children will be delighted to find that there are several schools throughout the neighborhood. Ridgetop Elementary School offers a bilingual program. Kealing Middle School has provided its students with a quality education for nearly a hundred years and was Austin’s first junior high school for African-American Students. McCallum High School offers a fantastic arts program that challenges and delights its students.
On the intersection of 43rd Street and Duval Street residents of Hyde Park enjoy a small shopping district where they can enjoy a hot coffee at one of the cafés in the area, buy their daily groceries at one of the locally owned grocers, or have a fun night out at one of the bars in the area.
The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.
Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from December 10th, 2018 at 1:30am CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
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