Braun's Farm is a neighborhood in San Antonio nestled between the northwest side and far west side of the city. It is a triangular neighborhood, with the south side ending at Braun Road and the north side ending at the intersection of Bandera Road and the Charles West Anderson Loop. 

Braun's Farm is close to O.P. Schnabel Park, which has many athletic fields including basketball courts, baseball diamonds, soccer fields and one football field. The park also offers nature trails and pavilions for picnics and private events. Nani Falcone Park, a large recreational park that includes a skate park and disc golf course, is also nearby. A short drive westward leads to Government Canyon State Natural Area. Braun's Farm is far enough removed from the city to offer an easy escape into the surrounding wilderness. 

The neighborhood has a large population of adults, but also possesses a strong public school system. Commute time into the city averages 35 minutes, which is a typical travel time for commuters in most surrounding neighborhoods as well. 

Braun's Farm is within the larger loop that forms the enormous cityscape of San Antonio, yet it provides a residential neighborhood with its own individual community and identity.