Battle Bend Springs Neighborhood Guide


Battle Bend Springs is a family-oriented neighborhood with a diverse population. The community is close knit and there are many neighborhood activities, as well as schools, parks, and a creek. It is conveniently close to the attractions of downtown and west Austin, such as Barton Springs and Zilker Park, by car and public bus.

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Battle Bend Springs, a.k.a. East Congress, is an attractive neighborhood for families with young kids because of the safety, quiet, neighborhood activities, and parks and schools nearby. It is also favored by singles, young couples, artists, and students because of the relatively reasonable housing costs and proximity to downtown.

The neighborhood is conveniently located just a few miles south of downtown, but seems far removed from the noise and bustle. It is a suburban neighborhood, but close to the city. It offers easy access to other parts of the city by car (it borders Hwy. 71, I-35, and Congress Ave.) and public bus.

The neighborhood has plenty of green space for family picnics and outdoor activities, and many homes are next to wooded areas. The homeowners association is active and sponsors several events including garden tours, park cleanups, and an annual neighborhood picnic.

Homeowners Association Website / Battle Bend Springs HOA Website

Battle Bend Park

Williamson Creek Greenbelt

Views From the Street

Rowland Dr. Suburban Dr. Battle Bend Park
Fort Clark Dr. Industrial Blvd.

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Neighborhood Profile

Crime Map

Community Information






Medical Facilities (hospitals, clinics, labs, pharmacies)

Religious Organizations (churches, places of worship, faith-based organizations)

Real Estate and Apartments

Battle Bend Springs has mostly one-story, ranch-style homes with one and two bedrooms. The majority were built in the 1960s to 80s.

Battle Bend Springs Property Listings

Apartments in and near Battle Bend Springs

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