2022 Spring Branch homes for sale & insider real estate guide


Situated only minutes away from the Galleria, Memorial City District, and Memorial Park, the Spring Branch is also nestled just off the 610 loops. The community offers notable schools, excellent amenities, recreation, and ease of travel.

Spring Branch homes remained popular thanks to its:

Homes for sale in Spring Branch include those near the Energy Corridor, the Galleria, and the Memorial City Complex. The Spring Branch homes have expansive, larger-than-average lots. The area is divided into four mini-neighborhoods. Spring Branch real estate can be challenging to navigate due to its popularity and size.

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4 Beds, 2 Baths
10102 Metronome Drive
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8967 Lavender Springs Drive

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3 Beds, 2 Baths
4520 Stanford Court
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7702 Betty Jane Lane
4 Beds, 2 Baths
9254 Opelika
3 Beds, 2 Baths
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2316 Bauer Drive
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Table of Contents

  1. Spring Branch Home Sale Trends
  2. Spring Branch Best Realtor Insights
  3. Spring Branch Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Spring Branch Schools
  5. Spring Branch Real Estate Market

Spring Branch Home Sale Trends

Spring Branch Real Estate Trends

Nestled outside of the 610 loops and minutes away from the Galleria, Memorial City, and Memorial Park. The Spring Branch features top-rated schools, great amenities, and accessibility.

Spring Branch is well-known due to its:

Spring Branch real estate includes homes for sale near the Galleria, Energy Corridor, and the Memorial City Complex. The Spring Branch homes feature sprawling lots that are larger than average.

Spring Branch Best Realtor Insights

Located off of 610 Loops, the Spring Branch community is one of those popular neighborhoods due to some factors.

Spring Branch Homes lot

Spring Branch Maps, Location & Zip Code

Spring Branch Map

Commute Time Spring Branch
Downtown (min) 20
Med Ctr (min) 20
Energy Corridor (min) 10
Galleria (min) 10

Map of Spring Branch

Highlights Spring Branch
Amenities Spring Branch features excellent amenities that the community residents can access, including:

- Haden Park
- Nob Hill Park
- Agnes Moffitt Park
- Campbell Woods Park
- Bauer Pocket Park
- Schwartz Park
- Freed Park

- Pool Guard of Texas
- Agnes Moffitt Swimming Pool
- Anthony & Sylvan Pools
- W.W Emmons Natatorium
- Schwartz Swimming Pool
- Afton Village Swim Club
Golf Courses The neighborhood is home to Agnes Moffitt Disc Golf Course located West of Spring Branch.
Run / Bike Trails The community also offers green spaces and trails perfect for outdoor activities such as:
- Emnora Lane Hike & Bike Trail
- Spring Branch Trail (Spring Branch North)
- Spring Branch Trail (Spring Branch Central)
- Hickory Shadows Park
Nearby Retail / Dining Spring Branch residents also enjoy close proximity to various retails, dining spaces, and entertainments, some of which are located along the Katy Freeway which includes:

- Retail Boxes| Custom Retail Packaging
- Verizon Authorized Retailer - Cellular Sales
- Verizon Authorized Retailer - Victra
- Retail Focus

- Juarez Restaurant
- Connie's
- McDonald's
- Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
- Goode Company Seafood
- Niko Niko's
- Ranchero King Buffet
- Nopo Cafe, Market Bar
- Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews

- Quality Foods
- Walmart Supercenter - Spring Branch West
- Walmart Supercenter - Spring Branch East
- Sunny Food Store
- Kroger - Spring Branch North
- Kroger - Spring Branch East
- Food Mart
- Metro Food Mart 2
- The Home Depot

- Lazy Oaks Beer Garden
- Kirby Ice House - Memorial
- Blue Lagoon Club
- Nomad Tavern
- Spring Branch Pub & Grill
- El Tropical Sports Bar
- FM Express Food Mart & Deli
- Cobble & Spoke
- Eighteen Ten Ojeman
- Might as Well Lounge and Boozenasium
Major Employers - Chevron
- ExxonMobil
- McDonald's
- The Home Depot
- Less than 30 mins drive away from Texas Children's Hospital

Spring Branch Schools

Top Elementary Schools Great Schools Ranking
Valley Oaks Elem 8

Spring Branch community features some of the best public schools in Houston.

After its establishment as a suburban school district in the 1940s, the Spring Branch Independent School District became popular for its highly-acclaimed schools.

The percentage of SBISD students performing at or above college-ready levels has consistently increased and exceeded state rates by 14-24%.

Some areas in the northern part of the district are zoned to Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. While a small portion of Spring Branch is zoned to the Houston Independent School District, these areas are used for industrial, commercial, and utility facilities.

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Spring Branch Private Schools

Other notable private schools in Spring Branch Houston include:

To find an updated listing of all Spring Branch Houston real estate zoned to any specific public school, please email Paige Martin at PMartin@HoustonProperties.com with the property type and budget that you’re looking for.

*Note: school zoning can change from year to year, the information above is deemed accurate, but not guaranteed. Please double-check.

Spring Branch Real Estate Market

Spring Branch Single-Family Home Sale Trends

Spring Branch Single Family Homes

There’s a great variety of styles of homes for sale in Spring Branch Houston. Custom-built homes on generous lots are a popular option for new constructions.

There are also many renovated 1950s ranch-style homes, classic suburban, luxury estates, large lots, condos, and townhomes in this much sought-after neighborhood.

Like Memorial Houston, Spring Branch single-family homes for sale generally offer much larger lots than most Inner loop neighborhoods, but at a lower price range. The median price per square foot is $124.

With an average of 900 Spring Branch Houston single-family homes sold per year, the community is well on its way to establishing itself as a community for settlers.

With its proximity to major job centers such as the booming Energy corridor and the ongoing redevelopment, property values will most likely increase in value in the coming years.

Spring Branch Townhomes Sale Trends

The rising prices of single-family homes have also boosted the market for Spring Branch Houston townhomes as well. The low inventory of Houston properties creates a demand for townhome development, and many developers have started to fill this demand in Spring Branch.

Spring Branch townhomes for sale provide home buyers the option of buying a new property in this desirable neighborhood, with the added benefit of little to no yard maintenance. This is also one of the reasons it has become a favorite for empty nesters. Homeowners can easily live elsewhere during part of the year.

Townhomes for sale within Spring Branch include:

Spring Branch Condo Sale Trends

Despite the continuous development of Houston condominiums, there are still not a lot of Spring Branch Houston condos for sale. This will likely change with many of the wooded lands within the neighborhood being developed into mixed-use properties.

One of the condos within the area is Spring Point One along Spenwick Drive. Other condos nearby include:

Other condos near Spring Branch Houston are within the Galleria, Museum District area, and other sections of Inner Loop. To tour these condos, click on the links below:

Spring Branch Houston History

Spring Branch is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Houston. The Spring Branch area in Houston began as a religious community of German farmers in the 1830s. The earliest settler, Karl Kolbe, settled on the banks of Spring Branch where it joined Buffalo Bayou.

The heavily wooded area had an abundance of lumber that was used to build early local churches and shops. Many of the surrounding forest lands was cleared in 1848 to make way for farms, and farming became the primary industry in Spring Branch Houston.

As the area moved towards industrialization, the farmlands were sold and developed. They were replaced with subdivisions, schools, and shopping centers. Like most areas in Harris County, Spring Branch transitioned from being rural to urban.

Spring Branch has undergone many changes throughout the years, but many of the street names pay tribute to the first settlers.

Fun Things To Do Near Spring Branch

Houston has a vibrant ethnic tapestry that merges its diversity with its love for food and culture. This is especially true for Spring Branch Houston restaurants where you can find various cuisines cloistered together, allowing residents to enjoy the world’s best within a few minutes from home.

Spring Branch Houston collectively has a WalkScore of 50/100. Most of the area remains to be car-dependent, although some areas have better walkability.

Spring Branch east has better access to most commercial areas due to its proximity to the 610 loop. Compared to Memorial, however, Spring Branch has more business establishments, especially along its main roads.

While Spring Branch isn’t known for the arts, there’s surprisingly a vibrant art scene in the neighborhood. The Houston City Ballet, Uptown Dance Center, Andalucia Media Arts Center, and VF Fine Arts are all within the neighborhood.

Residents can also enjoy the vast literary collection of Spring Branch Memorial Library just on the other side of Katy Freeway, the Arnold L. Hillendahl Library on Gessner, and the Elizabeth L. Ring Library on Long Point.

Other nearby shopping centers include Northwest Mall, Northway Shopping Center, Nottingham Shopping Center, Lantern Lane Shopping Center, and The Galleria.

Spring Branch Amenities

Spring Branch Houston is not particularly known for its nightlife, but there are plenty of other places to visit. Some of the must-try places in Spring Branch include:





Map of Spring Branch

Spring Branch Houston Realtor – Paige Martin

As featured on Fox News in the Morning, Houston Business Journal, and Houston Magazine, Paige Martin, a consistent Top Producing Broker-Associate and head of the Houston Properties Team, is ranked as one of the top residential real estate agents in the world.

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