The Hyde Park Neighborhood is bordered by 51st Street to the North, 38th Street to the south, Duval & Red River to the East, and Guadalupe Street to the West, approximately four miles to downtown.
Many homes in the Hyde Park neighborhood were originally built between 1910s-1950s. There are many trees in the Hyde Park neighborhood. Hyde Park is also very convenient to people that are attending the University of Texas, for the location to the university is ideal. Condos in the Hyde Park neighborhood are great investments for investors, or for students wanting to live close to campus.
The neighborhood park is Shipe Park, which is on two acres, with a basketball courts, a multi purpose field, Picnic tables, playground, tennis courts, and swimming pool. Giant shade trees, and near the creek.
The schools that are in the Hyde Park neighborhood are Lee Elementary, Kealing Middle, and McCallum High.
Hyde Park has some great local restaurants and shops, such as Hyde Park Bar & Grill, Mother’s Café, Quack’s Bakery, and Fresh Plus Grocery. It’s also close to the Hancock golf course and a very large grocery store, HEB.
For information on what is happening in Hyde Park, check out the Neighborhood Association
Hyde Park Map: http://goo.gl/maps/oONlJ