Hyde Park Homes for Sale - Houston, TX
Search all of the newest Hyde Park homes for sale & real estate in Houston, TX below! Hyde Park, which is ideally located between Montrose and Midtown Houston, is an historic neighborhood; in fact, it is one of Houston’s oldest neighborhoods. From traditional architecture to a strong, local civic group, Hyde Park is in the midst of a strong revival, thereby making it a highly sought after neighborhood in Houston. For information about Hyde Park properties for sale in Houston, or to schedule a home showing, contact your Houston real estate experts today.
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Hyde Park Montrose Real Estate Listings
Hyde Park subdivision real estate listing features an abundance of oak trees, and at 12 feet it has one of the highest elevations in the city. It’s also one of the most historic neighborhoods as it was established in 1893. Hyde Park’s homes are a mixture of old vintage and new custom-built homes which add to the vibrancy of the area. Here are some of the reason why Hyde Park properties are constantly in high demand. Homes for Sale The mixture of old, new, vintage bungalows, new custom constructions, townhomes, and condos is a magnet for home buyers. Hyde Park has some of the best appreciation values on subdivision homes for sale. This is due to its strict deed restrictions.
In the early 1990s, many homeowners chose to renew historic deed restrictions. This was in order to maintain the historic architecture and landscape of the area. The property restrictions regulate the subdivision of lots, new building construction and protection of the environment. Hyde Park neighborhood has managed to maintain its peaceful atmosphere due to the efforts of the Hyde Park Civic Association.
Hyde Park is nestled within the Western boundary of the vintage Fourth Ward. West Gray, Montrose Boulevard, Westheimer Road, Commonwealth, and Yupon also border the area. Residents can easily commute to Downtown Houston, and other key districts such as Greenway Plaza, the Galleria, and the Texas Medical Center.
Shopping and Entertainment
Despite a majority of the neighborhood being residential, options for retail and entertainment are available. To the North West of Hyde Park border is the famous River Oaks Shopping. The shopping complex hosts 100 restaurants, boutiques, and retail stores. More entertainment spots can be found along Shepherd and Westheimer roads.
Hyde Park area is zoned to the Houston Independent School District (HISD). Some of the elementary schools' residents can access are the Wharton K-8 and Wilson K-8 Schools. Other schools are Gregory-Lincoln Education Center, Lanier Middle School, and Lamar High School.
The process of identifying the true value of the wide variety of homes in Hyde Park real estate can be tricky. Prospective homebuyers would need to be aware of noise and parking issues for homes near busy streets such as Westheimer, Gray, and Shepherd.