Spring is the year’s most active season for snakes, so we asked Tim Cole, owner of Austin Reptile Service in Georgetown, for some advice on identifying harmless and beneficial local snakes, and what do to if you see one.
A former elementary teacher, Kristen Raines of Tri Pointe Homes sees selling new homes as a “completely new and different way to help people.” Meet Kristen and learn about Tri Pointe’s final opportunities in Rancho Sienna at our blog.
From an outdoor dining room to a vineyard, these 7 hidden gems in Rancho Sienna are not intended to be secret. But tucked into our rustic Hill Country landscape, they can be a bit secluded, at least until you read this guide.
“We decided to go ahead and make the move before we had kids. We wanted a fresh new start, an adventure,” says Justin Schulte, who lives in Rancho Sienna with his wife Jessica and two young sons. They are happy to live on one of the most socially active cul-de-sacs in the entire community.