Hyde Park is a nationally and locally registered historic district as well as one of Tampa’s most attractive residential suburbs just southwest of downtown Tampa. The district includes Bayshore Boulevard, SoHo and Hyde Park Village. Bayshore Boulevard borders the eastern side of Hyde Park and has impressive greenways and amazing water and skyline views. Bayshore Boulevard is officially recognized for having the world’s longest continuous sidewalk. Upscale at best, Hyde Park Village boasts delectable dining, cafés and higher-end boutiques. Hyde Park Village. SoHo is an energetic commercial and energetic nightlife with top notch bars, nightclubs, restaurants and shops. In addition to Hyde Park’s own district neighborhoods, it is also convenient to several core communities such as Davis Islands, Harbour Islands, downtown’s Uptown District, Channelside, and a short drive to Westshore’s upbeat business and high end residential neighborhood.
What makes Hyde Park such a unique and highly appreciated neighborhood is the architectural style and history of the homes, which have been well-preserved over time and its rich, beautiful natural and man-made landscape. The most popular architectural styles represented in Hyde Park are Colonial and Neo-Classical Revival styles, turn-of-the-century “Princess Anne” style, from its predecessor the Queen Anne, Mediterranean Revival styles of the 1920s, the modest American Four Square. Currently, in Hyde Park, there is a growing trend in the construction and remodeling of existing homes that give way to more modern, contemporary architectural styles.
Hyde Park is located in a highly-desirable school zone of the Hillsborough County School District.