Hyde Park, also known as the “small town in the city” is located on the southern-most tip of Boston, Massachusetts. Hyde Park is known for its extremely diverse mixtures of people, housing, and for its historical tributes to the City of Boston. In Hyde Park it is common to find houses exemplifying different types of historic architecture, including Italianate, Gothic Revival and Victorian.
The Neponset River travels through the center of Hyde Park, allowing for lush greenery and small parks to become a place of enjoyment for many residents of the greater Boston area. During the spring and summer months many gather to use the George Wright Golf Course, the more popular of the town’s two major courses, to socialize and delight in a little friendly competition. Hyde Park also offers easily accessible public transportation into Boston and surrounding towns using the Fairmount or Providence Commuter rail lines.
Attractions in Hyde park include a wide variety of small shops, restaurants and the gorgeous landscape of the Stony Brook Reservation. Just to name a few, noteworthy eateries are Pizza Capri, featuring your classic Boston-style pizza and various Italian dishes, Uncle Joe’s Jerk Chicken, if you are in the mood to try a taste of Caribbean food, and finally (but not limited to), Pork Chop Hyde Park for some of the best barbecue in town! The high concentration of multicultural events in Hyde Park include everything from Civil War re-enactments to dance recitals, or even small African boutiques offering authentic clothing and hair braiding.
Looking to move to Hyde Park? The majority of houses in Hyde Park are single family homes and multi-family homes, with a smaller percentage of condos and apartment buildings. The average price for a four bedroom, two bathroom house that's about 2,000 square feet can range from $390,000 to $600,000. The older Victorian and Gothic Revival-style houses are on the higher side price-wise, whereas the condos and townhouse buildings tend to fall in lower price brackets depending to size and location.
With a population of about 29,000 people, Hyde Park is the ideal location to settle in if you are looking for a small town with a lot of spirit, a lively atmosphere, and a diverse community. If you are interested in buying a home in Hyde Park, Massachusetts, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can assist you.
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