Hyde Park is a popular and treasured historic neighborhood in north central Austin. Some of Austin’s favorite hangouts call Hyde Park their home. Such dining spots as Mother’s Vegetarian Restaurant and Hyde Park Bar & Grill can be found here. There is a rich history with Hyde Park and some of Austin’s great Bed and Breakfast spots.
Hyde Park History Central Austin
Historic Hyde Park, one of Austin’s oldest and most unique neighborhoods. Wrap around porches, Victorian architecture and bungalow style homes. The legendary neighborhood dates as far back as 1891 when Monroe Martin Shipe developed the area as a streetcar suburb.
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Hyde Park Austin Today
During the most recent years Hyde Park has experienced many changes, even within it’s original architecture influences. You can now find a wide array of types of homes from the modern/urban style to an upgraded version of the classic Victorian.
It’s proximity to the University of Texas also draws in a strong student population leading to such businesses as coffee shops and late night dining spots.
Today you can venture into this lush tree lined neighborhood and see a huge variety of people, homes and businesses, all lending to the unique culture and character of this historic neighborhood. This is why Hyde Park remains to be one of Austin’s most highly sought after areas.
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They Hyde Park Historic District now maintains homes such as the Elisabet Ney Museum, and Hyde Park’s founder Col. Monroe Martine Shipe. Many historical homes, including the Shipe home, are now inns and bed and breakfasts.
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Hyde Park is in zip code 78751.
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