In April, Rancho Sienna residents will taste some fine wines, get up close and personal with reptiles, and buy and sell treasures at the Community Garage Sale. See what it’s like to live in this active community.
"The people are friendly and the views of the Hill Country are beautiful," says Rancho Sienna resident Lauren Devore. Her nest is empty, but she's closer to family and has plans for an exciting new business venture.
The electric car charging station at the Sienna House is a small but meaningful symbol of Rancho Sienna’s commitment to sustainable development. If you just need to charge your phone, you can do that too.
Talk about a “grape” location. Lennar is now selling in a new Rancho Sienna neighborhood next to Vineyard Park, offering grapevines, olive trees and a unique wine barrel sculpture. Lennar’s model home opens in summer, but now’s the perfect time to harvest your favorite homesite.
Gardening is a great way to inspire kids to disconnect from their screens and dig into a healthier and happier childhood. With Rancho Sienna opening a new community garden soon, now’s a great time to learn more about the benefits of getting kids to grow their own veggies.
Visitors from other parts of Texas and the U.S. gladly travel long distances to enjoy the Hill Country. For those of us who already live here, the area’s treasures are only a day trip away. Here are seven ideas for enjoying the natural and cultural attractions in our own backyard.
No longer small rectangles, kitchen islands have evolved into table-sized magnets for family togetherness. With curvy shapes, multiple levels and beautiful tops, these islands further erase the lines between kitchens and family rooms.
In March, Rancho Sienna residents will enjoy a special St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Third Thursday Thirsty Social, plus the annual Community Garage Sale. See what it’s like to live in this active community.