Hyde Park Houston Homebuyers’ Guide
Located in central Houston, Hyde Park is one of the neighborhoods that make up the Montrose/Neartown area.
Hyde Park homes for sale are in high demand due mainly to their central location within the Inner Loop, though a number of factors also come into play. Listed below are just some of them.
- Easy accessibility: Hyde Park is located just minutes from Houston’s business, entertainment, and cultural hubs, like Downtown, Medical Center, and Museum District.
- Plenty of dining and nightlife options: Neartown/Montrose is known for having a vibrant street and nightlife scene. Cafes, wine bars, restaurants, and music bars are all within a few blocks from Hyde Park homes.
- Shopping and entertainment options: Antique shops, thrift stores, and high-end boutiques are scattered throughout the area around Hyde Park. The River Oaks Shopping Center and the Galleria are both highly accessible from the neighborhood as well.
- Great schools: Zoned to the Houston ISD, excellent schools like Lamar High School and Lanier Middle School serve the neighborhood.
- Great choice of homes: Hyde Park homes reflect the area’s diversity, with options ranging from patio homes, townhomes, condos, and newer custom-built homes. Architectural styles and home sizes also vary so there are plenty of options from which to choose.
Hyde Park Houston Resources:
- Hyde Park Neighborhood Guide
- Most Expensive Hyde Park Homes For Sale
- Hyde Park Homes For Sale Under $1m
- Hyde Park Homes For Sale Under $500,000
- Hyde Park Houston Maps
- Houston Neighborhoods Guide
For more information on available Hyde Park homes for sale call Paige Martin at 713-384-5177 or email Paige@HoustonProperties.com
Neighborhood Guide: Hyde Park Houston
Located in the west-central area of Neartown/Montrose, Hyde Park has River Oaks and Upper Kirby to the west, Washington Avenue/Rice Military to the north, and Midtown and Downtown to the east. The Museum District and the Medical Center area are south of the neighborhood, just across the Southwest Freeway (US 59).
One of Houston’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, the area upon which Hyde Park now sits was previously the property of Mirabeau B. Lamar, the second President of the Republic of Texas. The neighborhood was officially established in 1893, and was annexed into Houston between 1905 and 1906.
Years later, Houston Land Corporation executive J. W. Link bought and developed the 250-acre parcel now known as Montrose.
Today, Hyde Park has an active civic association with some deed-restricted areas.
Like the other neighborhoods in the Montrose area, Hyde Park features a diverse mix of homes, including older bungalows, elegant estates, mid-rise condos, townhomes, and patio homes.
Architectural styles vary, ranging from Victorian, French, Mediterranean, Contemporary, and Traditional, among others. Prices depend on a number of factors, including location, and size and age of the home.
Like most neighborhoods in central Houston, Hyde Park real estate have marked impressive appreciation rates over the past decade. From 2005 to 2014, the median sales price of Hyde Park homes for sale have increased by a whopping 117%, from $329,000 to $712,450.
Hyde Park Houston has a 77006 and 77019 Harris County zip code. (View Houston zip code map)
Fun Things To Do In And Around Hyde Park
Most of Hyde Park is deed restricted and mostly residential, though the neighborhood’s central location within the Inner Loop provides easy access to Houston’s cultural, commercial, and entertainment hubs.
The Menil Collection, located at 1533 Sul Ross St., is only a few blocks from Hyde Park homes. With over 17,000 paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and rare books, the museum features one of the largest private art collections in the country.
Menil Collection founders John de Menil and Dominique de Menil also commissioned the Rothko Chapel, an interfaith chapel built in 1971. It features writings and books from different religions in addition to art. The Broken Obelisk, a sculpture dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr., is also a popular feature at the chapel’s reflecting pool.
Several other museums, mostly members of the Houston Museum District Association, are located within driving distance from Hyde Park.
Residents are also spoiled for choice in terms of retail and dining options. Several bars, restaurants, wine bars, and lounges are located near Hyde Park. The River Oaks Shopping Center and The Galleria are also easily accessible from the neighborhood.
Listed below are just some of the best places to visit in and around Hyde Park.
- Poison Girl
- Griff’s Houston
- Cecil’s Pub
- Firkin & Phoenix Pub
- Lola’s Depot
- Anvil Bar & Refuge
- Absinthe Restaurant Lounge
- The Next Door
- Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar
- West Alabama Ice House
- The Breakfast Klub
- La Mexicana Restaurant
- Niko Niko’s
- Cafe Brussels
- Da Marco
- Mark’s American Cuisine
- Brennan’s of Houston
- Baba Yega’s
- Menil Collection
- The Rothko Chaper
- Art League of Houston
- Blue Orange
- Contemporary Arts Museum
- Buffalo Bayou Park
- Autry Park
- Live Oak Park
- Chew Park
- Mandell Park
- Cherryhurst Park
- Lamar Park
- Shiffick Park
Hyde Park Houston Realtor – Paige Martin
As featured on Fox News in the Morning, the Houston Business Journal, Houston Chronicle, and Houston Magazine, Paige Martin – a consistent Top Producing Broker-Associate and head of the Houston Properties Team – is ranked amongst the very top Keller Williams agents in the Houston area.
Paige is ranked as one of the top realtors in Hyde Park Houston, and the state of Texas. Read more about the over 65 awards she’s won in the last few years.
Paige works with a tremendous number of buyers and sellers of homes in Hyde Park, earning praises such “Paige Martin is the best Hyde Park Houston realtor” along the way. You can check more client feedback about Paige as well as her list of awards and client ratings here: Client Testimonials.
For a specific recommendation of neighborhoods, homes or properties based upon your personal style, goals & price point, please contact Paige Martin, head of the Houston Properties Team & Broker Associate at Paige@HoustonProperties.com or 713-384-5177.