Meet James and Christina Morgan, who scaled down from a 47-acre ranch to a new home in Rancho Sienna’s low-maintenance neighborhood. Their “lock and leave” lifestyle is perfect for enjoying more time with their kids and grandkids.
This is the time of year when many people love to create homemade entrees and desserts for family and friends. In this blog, several Rancho Sienna residents share their favorite recipes. Some are family traditions, while others are recently discovered. All are delicious.
It’s not often that a model home tour goes inside a warehouse, but this video includes a visit to Pulte’s Life Tested warehouse to show how their design process offers homebuyers more personalized choices in Rancho Sienna.
From connected appliances to whole-house Wi-Fi, builders today are offering an unlimited array of technologies. But it’s important to remember that it’s not so much about the technology, but the way it fits into our lives.
A growing number of Rancho Sienna residents are moving here to be closer to family members including in-laws and grandkids. With a variety of home styles and amenities designed to appeal to family members of all generations, Rancho Sienna makes being together easy.
“Neighborhood regret” is a real thing experienced by more than one-third of recent homebuyers, according to a recent study from Trulia. Here are 4 ways can avoid wishing they had chosen a different neighborhood.
Lennar is now selling low-maintenance homes priced from the mid $200,000s in Rancho Sienna’s newest neighborhood, featuring pocket parks and a scenic pond. Front and back yard care is included, creating a low-maintenance lifestyle.