You should live here if you love the feeling of old neighborhoods and Victorian houses – and don’t feel comfortable in traditional well-to-do neighborhoods (though you might be doing pretty well for yourself). You’ve voted in every single election since turning 18, and have made a New Years resolution to change all your light bulbs to CFLs.
Hyde Park is where I’d live if I had infinite sources of moolah. Why? I love older homes with wide porches and tree-lined streets. It’s really walkable and has easy access to downtown, to boot! We originally lived just north of this area in North Loop, which is a bit more affordable, albeit with smaller homes.
- Major neighborhood name: Hyde Park, North Loop
- ZIP code to use in MLS searches: 78751
- 2016 median listing price: $550k
- 2016 price per sq ft: $289
- Rental Prices: Mid- to upper range of market
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$250k and under
- South Austin (South of Hwy 71)
- Central Austin (Along Lamar & Burnet Rd)
- North Austin Suburbs (Round Rock, Pflugerville, Cedar Park)
- East Austin
$500k and up
- Central Austin (Hyde Park)
- Central Austin (around MOPAC)
- South Austin (78704)
- Parts of South Austin (Circle C)
- West Austin Suburbs
PLEASE NOTE: This is a general breakdown of Austin neighborhoods by price range and neighborhood. Exceptions to be found everywhere! I’ve heavily sprinkled in my opinions about areas and admit my Central Austin bias.
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