Judge Robert Lynn Batts House

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Judge Robert Lynn Batts House
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Front gate of the house
Judge Robert Lynn Batts House is located in Texas
Judge Robert Lynn Batts House
Judge Robert Lynn Batts House is located in the US
Judge Robert Lynn Batts House
Location 1505 Windsor Rd
Austin, Texas, USA
Coordinates 30°16′50″N 97°45′10″W / 30.28056°N 97.75278°W / 30.28056; -97.75278Coordinates: 30°16′50″N 97°45′10″W / 30.28056°N 97.75278°W / 30.28056; -97.75278
Built 1924
Architect Raymond Everett
NRHP Reference # 84002002
Added to NRHP August 22, 1984

The Judge Robert Lynn Batts House is a historic home in central Austin, Texas, United States. It was built 1924–1925 for Judge Robert Lynn Batts and his family. Over the course of several decades, Judge Batts served in the Texas House of Representatives, as assistant attorney general of Texas, and as a law professor at the University of Texas at Austin.

The 2 12-story home was built at the top of the hill overlooking Shoal Creek to the east. It is a part of the Old West Austin Historic District.[1]

The home is located at 1505 Windsor Road. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

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