- Neighborhood in Boston, MA
Hyde Park Reviews
Rating 3.94 out of 5 66 reviews
The neighborhood in itself isn’t to bad in the area I live in. It’s near by Forrest hills which makes commuting easier for some people. There’s a lot of shops and a very big library. The community is very diverse from what I've seen. The housing is more on the expensive side.
The neighborhood of Hyde Park is extremely safe and perfect for raising children. The community is quiet but exciting when it needs to be. Jobs are usually more into the city of Boston could be frustrating put not impossible. there are many ways of transportation into the city.
I like how Hyde Park is very community focused, with multiple community centers, a YMCA, gyms, and libraries. However I would like to see the gun violence change and decrease within the neighborhood.
It's honestly a beautiful and peaceful neighborhood. Everyone is kind to each other and so nice. There are a lot of close-by food and shopping places. It's not too city and not too suburban. Wouldn't want to live anywhere else in Boston.
I've been living and gone to school in Hyde Park for approximately 9 years. Overall it's a great community in Boston. I would like to see the diversity expand in our neighborhood. Also a change of scenery would be nice.
Hyde park for me has always been home. A great majority of my family has lived here for decades. In addition to that I have played in multiple neighborhood basketball leagues throughout the area that has always been the peak moments of my child hood. In addition to that there are many awesome places to eat like my favorite pizza shop: Papa Gino's. To add on to that I always feel a sense of security in Hyde Park, I'm never afraid to go outside or worried about any dangers that may be out there. Lastly the people here are really nice and genuine, I would also add that it is a very diverse place as well.
It is a pretty quiet neighborhood for the most part. There is easy accessible stores and Transportation nearby. There are about three schools in the community and people are nice for the most part.
Nice people. Transportation is accessible and easy. Close to Mattapan and downtown Boston. Traffic isn't horrendous. Housing is reasonably priced. Good neighborhood for raising a family.
Hyde Park is such a genuinely friendly neighborhood -- everyone is nice. I enjoy taking long strolls, and seeing all of the friendly faces. Hyde Park is so quiet during any time of day, and at night all you hear are crickets. I came from Miami, Florida where all I heard throughout the night were police sirens and car chases. Moving from that energy to Hyde Park's energy was a very big shift, but I am so glad it happened. One thing I do wish Hyde Park had more of is public transportation. There is transportation, but it is inconsistent, and that is the one thing that would make Hyde Park a better neighborhood.
I have lived in Hyde Park all of my lifetimes. Hyde Park gave me refuge when I first came to the United States. The little town became my home and my safety net. With so many great places for our youth, I have never felt alone. It gave me a place to explore and the library was my go-to as a child. There are so many things that Hyde Park has to offer.
Very Peaceful and there are plenty of activities for various amount of ages and everyone is felt welcomed
I have lived in Hyde Park for almost all of my life. It is a very quiet, green grass, suburban area. The neighbors are really nice and considerate. It is also a very safe place to live. There are rarely any troubles if there is any trouble hyde park police station is literally down the hill. Schools are affordable I believe there are two public schools and the remainder are private schools. Schools around this area provide great education (some schools include: Delphi Academy, Thatcher Montessori School)
Quiet, diverse neighborhoods. It is locared on the outter portion of the city. Commuters are able to commute on public tranportation in many different way into downtown Boston.
Hyde Park is a quiet neighborhood. Its safe for the most part, but be careful at night. If walking on the street alone at night, be vigilant. Transportation is decent. To get to Boston, there are a few bus connections that will take you to Forest Hills station. Also there are three local commuter rail stops in the town. Hyde Park Station, Fairmount, and Readville. All are in walking distance if you're willing to exercise. Hyde Park is a combination of suburban and urban living. There are also beautiful houses that add to the scenery.
Great place to live. Thriving neighborhood, great schools, easy access to public transport. Fun place kids friendly and close to all major college and universities.
I have been living in Hyde Park for over 15 years. Hyde Park is a small neighborhood in Boston. Most residents are home owners who raise their families in this calm and beautiful neighbor. I enjoy everything about this community. Starting with our local stores to creating life time friendship.
Hyde Park is safe and quiet! Still apart of the city with local shops to enjoy. Family friendly. Great places to eat. Commuter rail accessible.