HYDE PARK At A Glance
Small yet in demand, Hyde Park has some of Adelaide's finest food, fashion and architecture. Leafy backstreets have a sense of intimacy, while the main road hums with restaurants, cafés and high-end boutiques. Ultra-convenient to the city, this exclusive locale attracts Adelaide's fashionable elite.
Gorgeous properties and tree-lined streets, plus the shopping and dining on King William Road.
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Hyde Park was formerly known as 'Hyde's Paddocks'.
With neighbours like Unley, Goodwood and Malvern, and just five minutes from the city, Hyde Park is the pinnacle of convenience and prestige. Offering a vibrant and cosmopolitan lifestyle in charming surrounds, this intimate but happening neighbourhood generates its own buzz.
Known for its shopping and dining, the area is framed by Unley Road and the semi-cobbled King William Road, arguably Adelaide's most exclusive retail strip. Just a short stroll from their immaculate abodes, residents can enjoy a smorgasbord of eateries, restaurants and cafés, with ample options to satisfy hungry bellies, refined tastebuds and lovers of gourmet produce.
When it comes to shopping, residents and visitors enjoy browsing their way through King William Road͛s unique range of homewares and upmarket fashion boutiques. There is an abundance of bridal, accessory and jewellery shops on hand for savvy wedding and event planners, while neighbouring suburbs offer more mainstream shopping.
Take a few steps back from the main streets and you are transported into a serene and peaceful neighbourhood, with a network of narrow, verdant streets. Exquisitely restored cottages and bluestone homes are framed by picket fences, oozing character and style, while Heywood Park, located just outside of the suburb͛s perimeter, provides residents with open space to stretch the legs and kick the footy.
Hyde Park's magic combination of elegance and energy attracts established families, mature couples and trendy professionals with the means to splurge. With the city within easy reach and a supreme standard of living on offer, residents are passionate about their homes and their neighbourhood, holding on to their properties for years and sometimes generations.
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Explore HYDE PARK
King William Road is a mecca of boutiques, providing Hyde Park locals with luxe clothing, accessories and gift shops on tap. It is also famed for it's wedding, jewellery and beauty stores, making it the go-to place for brides to be.
A great combination of daytime and night-time eateries marks Hyde Park as foodie heaven. Cafés and restaurants on King William Road serve exquisite local produce, characterised by colour, freshness and a distinctly healthy bent.
The love owners have for their heritage cottages is obvious, with tasteful restorations and gorgeous gardens all round. Though nestled on relatively small blocks, Hyde Park homes are comfortable and dignified.
Exquisitely restored cottages along sweet tree-lined streets and deceptively spacious sandstone and bluestone homes sit close to the road. Cosily arranged, these properties command privacy behind picket fences, brushwood and deep green hedges.