DR Horton homes at Rancho Sienna

The other day, while driving up Parmer, I kept going, and as I crossed 1431 it turned into Ronald Reagan Blvd, and soon I was at the new home development of Rancho Sienna.  So  stopped by the DR Horton model homes, and had a look around to learn more.  Let me just say that the DR Horton homes at Rancho Sienna are not to be missed if  you are looking for a brand new house

Homes for Sale in Rancho Sienna

This section of town, if you can call it that used to be so far north, but now really isn’t.  Because the corridor along Parmer and Ronald Reagan is becoming more and more developed.  For now, this development is sort of all by itself, but in 10 or 20 years, this will be one of the older neighborhoods, and will have mature trees, and with that the home prices, which are reasonable now, won’t be, and you will have a great investment.

Currently Rancho Sienna is growing.  They are putting in an 5 acre amenity center, have a natural pond stocked with Bass, and nice quiet streets, Rancho Sienna is a young, but active community of approximately 100 homes right now.  But they are growing.  With prices in the $250,000 to $350,000 range, you can get a great 3 or 4 bedroom house, with a nice floor plan (open kitchen, high ceilings, game rooms), on a good sized lot, that’s not too close to your neighbors.

DR Horton homes at Rancho Sienna

Here’s a little video I found from Hot on Homes (on Youtube) about this community.

There are so many  styles to choose from.  Here are the Centerra floor plans available:

  • Dogwood (from $329,180) 3 beds, 2 baths 2,227 square feet
  • Summit (from $343,790) 4 beds, 3 baths, 2,540 square feet
  • Hannah (from $340,580) 4 beds, 3 baths, 2654 square feet
  • Moristown (from $294,460) 4 beds, 2.5 baths 2,362 square feet
  • Pinnacle (from $346,240) 4 beds, 2.5 baths 2,846 square feet
  • Cottonwood (from $310,370) 4 beds, 2 baths 2,210 square feet
  • Silverbell (from $331,360) 4 beds, 2 baths 2,344 square feet

DR Horton homes area  great value, with granite countertops, wood flooring in living spaces, landscaped backyards with sprinkler systems, and even 2″ blinds as standard.

If you want more information about any of the above floor plans, or want to take a trip to see some homes, let me know.  I’d love to show you, and share my knowledge about new home building with you.

Living in Rancho Sienna

As this neighborhood begins to grow, it’s planned to be 500 acres (approximately 1,400 homes) there are more builders planned to come in, including Chesmar Homes, Emerald Homes, Milestone Community Builders, Ryland Homes, Sitterle Homes, Partners in Building, and Wes Peoples Homes.  As they get approval, and start construction, of course I’ll keep you updated.

The community center, with the swimming pool, game room, and BBQ areas is set to be completed this summer (2014) and is set to be the hub for the community.  Located near the entrance, the Sienna House will have great views, and year round events are scheduled.

The homes in Rancho Sienna belong to the Liberty Hill ISD, and include Liberty Hill, and Bill Burton Elementary Schools, Liberty Hill JR High, and Liberty Hill High School.  The homes have a Georgetown address,  but are closer to Liberty Hill than downtown Georgetown.

Lots of services are nearby, including HEB, Super Target, Lakeline Mall, Cedar Park Center, and you have easy access to 183A, Ronald Reagan,and even HWY 35.


Prices and models subject to change. This information is deemed reliable, but subject to change without notice.