Beyond the delightful charm of the area, this location makes it one of the most desirable of Austin’s neighborhoods. There is a close proximity to the Texas State Capital, Downtown, and the University of Texas (UT), as well as easy access to the main thoroughfares of the city.

The community Hyde Park located in the north of the University of Texas campus – one of Austin’s oldest neighborhoods with beautiful old Victorian homes mixed with 1950’s cottages. It has a wonderful neighborhood feel with cute rentals which are perfect for students and families. Hyde Park traces its origins back to 1891 and is considered to be Austin’s first suburb.

Residential properties are the most prominent property type in Hyde Park, with single-family dwellings comprising about 95 percent of the neighborhood’s built environment. The majority of the houses were improved between the late 1890s and 1935, and Bungalows, Queen Anne and Tudor Revival styles are most commonly seen. The neighborhood provides the residents with two unlighted basketball courts, one multipurpose court, two picnic tables, a playground, a swimming pool, and two lighted tennis courts.

On the northwest side of the campus is another oldest and trendiest neighborhood—Rosedale. With big trees and cozy environment, there are over 1200 homes in the area, a wide variety of businesses within easy walking distance. The majority of the homes in the Rosedale area were built during the 1930s and 1940s with many renovation projects and new construction throughout the neighborhood. The community attracts young families and single professionals who prefer an urban setting that caters to pedestrians and cyclists. For dining, residents are within walking distance of a host of options.

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