Welcome To

Spring Branch


Offering Houstonians a well-connected urban lifestyle along with the quiet comfort of a peaceful, suburban neighborhood is what Spring Branch is all about. Commute times to every major highway, including Beltway 8, Interstate 10, and Highway 290, are quick from the tranquility of an affordable ranch-style home with substantial yard space.


Est. 1840s

In the early part of the mid-19th century, Germans immigrants arrived in the Spring Branch area, seeking a better life. These early settlers operated dairy farms as their primary source of income. Throughout the 1950s as more homes were built, the area kept its rural flavor with many unpaved streets and horse stables. Today, the trees have continued to blossom while modern conveniences have transformed the community into a highly desirable neighborhood.


The majority of Spring Branch is zoned to the sought-after public schools of Spring Branch ISD. Multiple private schools with strong ratings also operate in the Spring Branch district, including The Awty International School and Houston Christian High School. A very popular high school community center is the Guthrie Center, which specializes in all arts and technical curriculum.

Alumni of Spring Branch ISD include computer company founder Michael Dell, NFL quarterback Andrew Luck, country music star Clint Black, and Cy Young winner Roger Clemens.


Centre at Bunker Hill

Conveniently located on Bunker Hill Rd just north of I-10, the Centre at Bunker Hill is home to a Costco, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Best Buy, H-E-B grocery store, and multiple restaurants, banks, and businesses.

H Mart

As one of the most popular Asian grocery stores throughout Houston, H Mart draws residents of all ethnicities for unique groceries, exotic produce, fresh meats, and their enticing food court options.


Marq’E Entertainment Center

The Marq’E has been Houston’s premiere entertainment center for nearly 20 years. Home to 30 unique and world-class shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and retail services, comprising over 350,000 square feet. Venues includes Edwards Cinema, one of Houston’s few megaplex cinemas, with 24 screens and an IMAX, the Houston Improv, Houston’s sole venue dedicated to top-notch live comedy, Dave & Buster’s, and a LA Fitness.

Agnes Moffitt Park

This children-oriented park has a newly updated playground with swings, an 18-hole disc golf course, and a giant, open-to-the-public swimming pool with lifeguards on duty.