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Hyde Park Homes For Sale

Hyde Park – Austin TX

Hyde park is a highly desirable area of Austin, Texas because most homes are old and historic, it is walkable as well as close to UT and downtown Austin Texas. The Hyde Park area is located near the University of Texas campus and IH 35 in MLS area 4. Hyde Park includes both sides of East 45th and is bordered by Guadalupe on the west, 38th on the south, West 51st on the north and Red River on the east. Some streets in the area include the Avenue streets like Avenue A, B, C, D, F, G, H. Also West 41st, 46th, Caswell Avenue, Duval, Barrow Avenue, Speedway. You will love Shipe Park and shopping or eating at The Triangle.

Hyde Park Austin TX Homes

Everybody wants a classic Hyde Park bungalow replete with classic porches. Homes on the market back in 2008 ranged in price from $244,900. to $950,000. and $191.63 to $381.38 per square foot. Check out the map below for current prices. The Hyde Park Neighborhood Association is a great site for further information about the community. My mother’s home was nearby at 608 Texas Avenue at the corner or Texas Avenue and Montrose near the Hancock Golf Course. That area is near Hyde Park too.

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Hyde Park Austin Texas History

Monroe M. Shipe developed and promoted Hyde Park, Austin’s first planned suburb in the 1890s. His vision was to have Hyde Park become a self sufficient community much like the mixed use developments of today. Platted in 1891, by 1910 it was like a town in and of itself with its own churches, stores and recreation as well as almost every home growing its own vegetables, fruit and livestock. This is a concept like the wonderfully green mixed use developments city planners do today. Hyde Park was home to the first moonlight tower in Austin was installed at 41st and Speedway. The shady porches allowed for a cool place to be outside and enabled socializing, a trend that is coming back today. With the system completed in 1891 by N.M. Shipe, streetcars provided transportation to downtown for 50 years. Today, a century later there are no more livestock and many home’s carriage houses have now been converted to garages.

Call Betty Saenz Certified Historic House Specialist at (512) 785-5050 or e-mail Betty Saenz to buy or sell a home in Hyde Park or other cool areas of Austin, Texas. There is no place in Texas I’d rather live than the Austin Texas area!

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