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  • $925,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 6635070 
  • Hyde Park Annex
  • 4517 Avenue G
  • Austin, TX 78751
  •   3BD 3 BA 3070 Sq Ft 0.3 AC
  • Residential
Office: Realty Austin

Situated On Park-like .30 Acre Lot, This Custom Designed Home Is A Perfectly Executed 2005 Addition And Renovation Of A Vintage Hyde Park Bungalow Featuring Wonderful Spaces For Entertaining And Living Combined With Thoughtful Design Details. A S...

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Photo of Listing #9188874
  • $579,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 9188874 
  • Hyde Park Add
  • 4202 Avenue B
  • Austin, TX 78751
  •   3BD 4 BA 2106 Sq Ft 0.15 AC
  • Residential
Office: 512 Realty

Charming Home Featuring 3 Bed / 3.5 Bath Located In The Heart Of Hyde Park. Features Include Covered Front Porch, Multiple Rear Decks, New Interior Paint, 1 Yr Exterior Paint, New Carpet, Vaulted Ceilings, Updated Kitchen, Large Master Bath With C...

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Photo of Listing #1088707
  • $549,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 1088707 
  • Hyde Park Annex
  • 108 E 46th St
  • Austin, TX 78751
  •   3BD 3 BA 1896 Sq Ft 0.08 AC
  • Residential
Office: E-executive Realty

Modern Designed Custom Hyde Park Annex Home, Great Central Location, Close To Downtown And The Universityof Texas, Close To Shipe Park And The Triangle, Hardwood Floors, Tile, Granite Tops, Jacuzzi Tub, Huge Master Walk In Closet, Skylights, Lots ...

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  • $435,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 2051511 
  • Hyde Park Annex
  • 304 W 45th St
  • Austin, TX 78751
  •   3BD 3 BA 1514 Sq Ft 0.15 AC
  • Residential
Office: Juice Homes, Llc

Project Near The Finish Line & Ready For New Owner To Complete Home Stretch*2/2 Front House W/ Engineered Wd Floors & Open Living / Kitchen*master Bath W/ Vaulted Ceiling, Double Vanity & Walk-in Shower*standing Seam Metal Roof*1/1 Detached Studio...

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Recognized as one of Austin’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, Hyde Park adds a character and style to the city that is just unmatched by other neighborhoods. Most of the homes here were built between the 1910s and the 1950s and maintain that character of an older Austin era. Homes are smaller in Hyde Park, roughly 1,200 to 1,500 square feet, but are generous in charm. 

Bungalow-style homes in Hyde Park aren’t the only things that stand out here; it’s also the great mix of personality types, convenient access to local shopping and dining, as well as the incredibly central location. That is part of the reason homes typically only last a little over 40 days on the market here–the surrounding area is in itself one of the best amenities of Hyde Park. 

Hyde Park may be over 100 years old, but many will tell you it has only gotten better with age. Come see for yourself why you should stake claim here before there’s nothing left.

Hyde Park Market Statistics

Residential Listings: 6
Average Size (Sq Ft): 1,740
Average Year Built: 1954
Average List Price: $505,275
Highest Price: $925,000
Lowest Price: $155,000
Average Price / Sq Ft: $286
Highest Price / Sq Ft: $318
Lowest Price / Sq Ft: $246

Note : Statistics represent residential listings only. Search all Hyde Park Real Estate Listings here.

Hyde Park students attend the award-winning Austin Independent School District. Once you’ve seen the curriculum for some of these TEA-rated Exemplary schools, you will understand why AISD is recognized throughout the state as one of the best. Hyde Park families seeking a private school option in the area will find the Griffin School, Huntington-Surrey School, and Concordia Academy for grades 9 through 12. There is also St. Paul Lutheran School and Kirby Hall School. The best preschools in the area are the Montessori Center and All Saints’ Episcopal School. The University of Texas is an easy bike ride away.
The summers get hot in Austin, where temperatures reach triple digits on a daily basis. Luckily, as a resident of Hyde Park you’ll be able to enjoy the wonderful park and pool locations nearby. Shipe Park and Pool is the closest to the neighborhood and features basketball courts, tennis courts, and a playground. Or you can head over to Eastwoods Park with its wading pool just south of the community, close to the University of Texas campus. Golf lovers will appreciate the nearby public Hancock Golf Course, for a day of fun on the green. The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association often schedules community events throughout the year to keep residents connected.

Hyde Park is located in the heart of Central Austin. It’s about three miles north of Downtown Austin and a little over a mile north of the University of Texas. Hyde Park is one of Austin’s oldest neighborhoods. It’s over 100 years old, and back in the day, it was actually marketed as Austin’s first suburb. The homes in Hyde Park are – it’s a very eclectic mix. There’s small houses, big houses, old houses. There’s even new houses. A modest little two-one bungalow would be in the low 300s. And there’s everything up to a historic family estate that sells in the millions.

So in Hyde Park, our elementary schools are great. 47th Street and below, the elementary school is Lee Elementary. It’s one of the smallest exemplary Austin ISDs. There’s only three classes per grade level. North of 47th Street, we also have a great little elementary called Ridge Top Elementary, and Ridge Top is most notable at this time because they have one of the first bilingual programs in the district. Then we – our kids feed into Keeling Middle School, which has a very aggressive academic magnet program, and from there into McCallum High School, which also has a magnet. It’s a fine arts magnet. And then within Hyde Park, we have a great array of private preschools, and we also have even a private high school called Huntington Surrey. Hyde Park in itself is like a little city within a city.

We have an unofficial town center at 43rd and Duvall, and there we have a family owned grocery store. We have a darling little bakery and coffee shop, a Laundromat, barbershop, even have a fantastic gourmet cheese purveyor. Just outside of Hyde Park, we have great little eclectic boutiques that you can pop over for for a gift or if you need to go clothes shopping, we have that, too. We really have our pick of restaurants. Here at 43rd and Duvall, we have Hyde Park Bar and Grill, which is a landmark restaurant. We also have a vegetarian restaurant called Mothers. We have Asti’s Trattoria, which is a little bit more upscale, and we also have The Parlor, which is a little bit punk, a little rock and roll, but has fantastic pizza.

On the weekends, we can park our cars and not have to get to them again. We can walk pretty much everywhere for everything we need. We have great parks for our kids to play in. Here we are in Hyde Park. We have a golf course, an actual nine-hole golf course, Hancock golf course. We have a beautiful museum, the Elizabeth Ney Museum. We have our own post office. Everything you need right here. We have a real neighborhood culture. Your neighbors care about each other. They know who each other are. You can come here, and you can be yourself, and we have that real neighborhood feel to it.

You’ll find Hyde Park conveniently located just slightly north of Downtown Austin and the University of Texas campus. At the south end of the community is 38th St, with Guadalupe to the west. Bordering the north is 51st St and Duval St. Residents appreciate that Downtown is easily accessible without ever having to merge onto Interstate 35 traffic–it takes roughly ten minutes to cruise Downtown on the city streets, even with red lights–and there’s always Austin’s excellent public transit service and ample bike lanes throughout the area. Depending on traffic it will take 20 to 30 minutes to reach Austin-Bergstrom International Airport from Hyde Park.

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