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Hyde Park

Welcome to Hyde Park

A historic, picturesque neighborhood central to Greater Austin
If you love a picture-perfect community, look into historic Hyde Park. Once home to the city’s horse race tracks, 19th-century Hyde Park was Austin’s first streetcar suburb. Today it occupies a prime location just north of the downtown core and UT-Austin.
Hyde Park is a gem, the quintessential small town within a major city. The neighborhood features many locally-owned restaurants and boutiques. You will also find institutions like museums and homes protected by the National Register of Historic Places. In Hyde Park, every day is a chance to rediscover Austin’s roots. 

What to Love

  • Charming residential neighborhood within Central Austin 
  • Located 10 minutes from Downtown Austin
  • A historically significant community with beautiful homes 
  • Known for its established shops and restaurants 

Local Lifestyle

Irresistibly charming and undeniably alluring, there is so much to love about Hyde Park. Set on just 135 acres, Hyde Park remains a tight-knit community with some of the city’s most impressive historic homes. If you are considering moving to this enchanting neighborhood, Hyde Park offers homes in various architectural styles, including Tudor Revival, Craftsman, and Queen Anne homes. The houses are set on impressive city lots with mature landscaping. Because this neighborhood is so compact, it’s also one of Austin’s most walkable neighborhoods. Many stroll along the tree-lined streets or explore restaurants and coffee shops. 
And with its proximity to Downtown Austin, Hyde Park is considered one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods. Prospective residents searching for a home can find historic homes updated to fit modern sensibilities, with remodeled kitchens and bathrooms. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

As one of Austin’s most established neighborhoods, one of the biggest draws to living in Hyde Park is its strong sense of community. People who live in this charming neighborhood take pride in its history, and most of Hyde Park’s shops and restaurants are popular neighborhood staples. 
One of Hyde Park’s most beloved shops is Antonelli’s Cheese Shop. Established in 2010, it offers some of the finest meats and cheeses anywhere. Whether searching for locally-sourced goat cheese or international cheeses, you’ll find everything you need for your charcuterie board or even the perfect holiday gift. 
Whether you need a study break or are searching for the perfect local hangout, Flightpath Coffeehouse is one of Austin’s best-kept secrets. This tranquil cafe offers specialty coffee, cold brews, and snacks — a great place to recharge.
Along with chic cafes and shops, Hyde Park is also known for its exceptional restaurants. One of the area’s best Mexican restaurants is Julio’s Cafe. Known for its signature breakfast burritos and roasted chicken, Julio’s Cafe is the perfect place to get comfort food, no matter the time of day. 
If you love authentic Italian cuisine, check out ASTI Trattoria. Known for its modern ambiance and impressive wine menu, ASTI Trattoria is a great place to hang out with friends or go on a romantic date. Some of their signature dishes include Margherita pizza, spaghetti carbonara, and saffron seafood risotto. 

Things to Do

Hyde Park is a bastion of peace and tranquility within the city. It’s also known for its many historical homes and landmarks. To experience the local history, check out the Elisabet Ney Museum. Once the studio of renowned sculptor Elisabet Ney, this iconic estate houses some of her most significant works. 
If you love live theater, check out a local production at Hyde Park Theatre. It is also the host of FronteraFest, one of the southwest’s most prominent performance festivals. FronteraFest promises “five weeks of alternative, offbeat, new, and just plain off-the-wall fringe theatre.”  
If you love hitting the greens, check out Hancock Golf Course, one of the city’s oldest courses. This par-35 course features nine holes and is one of the area’s most popular public courses. Nestled within the course is the Hancock Recreation Center, a beautiful, historic building featuring a stunning ballroom, kitchen, and three classrooms. Outside, there’s a basketball court, playground, and other facilities. Another place residents love is Shipe Neighborhood Park, a two-acre park featuring a playground, ball courts, and a wading pool.

Overview for Hyde Park, TX

7,565 people live in Hyde Park, where the median age is 31 and the average individual income is $51,669. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Hyde Park, TX

Hyde Park has 4,166 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Hyde Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 7,565 people call Hyde Park home. The population density is 10,494.992 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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