Hyde Park is a neighborhood that contains two historic districts in Austin, Texas. Located in Central Austin, Hyde Park is defined by W 38th Street to the south, W 51st Street to the north, Duval Street to the east, and Guadalupe Street to the west. It is located north of the University of Texas.
Hyde Park's origins can be traced back to 1891 and it is considered to be Austin's first suburb. It has now become one of the most densely populated areas in the city.
Homes in this area are typically bungalows, though it also includes homes with Victorian architecture and Tudor revival architecture. There are several homes of historic significance from the early twentieth century scattered within the community including: Blue Bonnet Court, Elisabet Ney Museum, Col. Monroe M. Shipe House, Page-Gilbert House and many more.
Nearby attractions include:
Hyde Park Theatre
Elisabet Ney Museum
I Luv Video
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