Homes for Sale in Spring Valley, TX
Located in Travis County, south of downtown Austin, Spring Valley is a small, established suburban neighborhood in the Oak Hill community off High Valley Road, between Summervale Drive to the north, Granada Hills Drive to the west, RM 1826to the east, and Adobe Trail to the south. Spring Valley is in the Central time zone and uses the 78737 zip code. Situated 15 miles from downtown Austin and from the University of Texas and 20 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only minutes away from Seton Southwest Hospital. Homes for sale in Spring Valley are priced starting from around $100K.
Spring Valley real estate consists of a mix of small, one-story ranch homes and manufactured houses on large lots, along cul-de-sac streets. Spring Valley listings are characterized by their quiet setting close to urban amenities.
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Built primarily in the 1960s and 1970s, Spring Valley real estate features cottage-style homes among mature Texas live oaks. Spring Valley listings usually have two to three bedrooms, one to two bathrooms, and private back yards, some with attached garages. Many Spring Valley homes for sale have been recently updated while others need renovation, which presents a great investment opportunity for savvy buyers.
Spring Valley homes for sale average 1,300 square feet in size, for an average $193per square foot, with an average price of $259K. Spring Valley real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes, quiet, suburban neighborhood, and close to downtown Austin.
Amenities Near Spring Valley, TX
Spring Valley residents like to shop at Escarpment Village, just across the street, Circle C Ranch, and Shops at Arbor Trails, only five miles away. They dine at local restaurants such as Waterloo Ice House and Satellite Bistro. Only minutes away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.
Nearby, Circle C Metropolitan Park offers hiking trails, sports fields, and playground. Dick Nichols Park provides a swimming pool. Slaughter Creek Preserve offers hiking and biking trails. Spring Valley residents can take in a round of golf at the Spanish Oaks Golf Course.
Children who live in the Spring Valley neighborhood attend public schools of the respected Austin Independent School District including Baldwin Elementary School, Gorzycki Middle School, and Bowie High School. Nearby private schools include Austin Waldorf School, St. Andrews Episcopal School, and Parkside Community School. Spring Valley residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College at Pinnacle.
Spring Valley listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, close to downtown Austin.
Community Resources in Spring Valley
Animal Control: Travis County – 311 (in Austin), (512) 974-2000 or (512) 978-0500 (in unincorporated area of Travis County)
Emergency Services – 911
Fire: Austin Fire Department: Area 11 – (512) 974-4100
Police: Austin Police Department (Non-Emergency) – (512) 974-5000
- Seton Southwest Hospital – 7900 FM-1826, Austin, TX 78737 – (512) 324-9000
- Cable Service:
- AT&T Uverse – (800) 464-7928
- Time Warner – (512) 485-5555
- Electricity: Austin Energy – (512) 494-9400
- Gas: Texas Gas Service – (800) 700-2443
- AT&T - 888-294-8433
- MCI Worldcom - (800) 950-5555
- Time Warner Cable - (512) 485-5555
- Trash & Recycling: Austin Resource Recovery – (512) 974-2000
- Water: Austin Water – (512) 972-0000