Drawing intensely on the rich, regional architecture of the Texas Hill Country, the homes of Rancho Siena are environmentally responsive and environmentally responsible. Built using a significant proportion of local materials and made to make the strong Texan sun an asset rather than a liability, this blend of Craftsman-style bungalows, Tudor homes, Spanish-style homes, and modern contemporary designs brings a diverse but unified character to the surrounding area. Native landscaping utilizes indigenous flora and native materials such as limestone and stucco, while large awnings, wraparound porches, and deep overhangs give Rancho Siena residents ample opportunity to enjoy their views without risking the rain or too much sun.
Rancho Siena is served by the award-winning Liberty Hill Independent School District. Liberty Hill ISD is ranked by the Texas Education Agency as "Recognized, Character Plus," which means that not only will they bestow upon your child the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in college and beyond, but they'll also teach him or her to be a person of integrity and a strong citizen of the community. Bill Burden Elementary, Liberty Hill Intermediate, Liberty Hill Junior High, and Liberty Hill High School are the schools residents of Rancho Siena will attend. Ask your realtor for details regarding private school options in the area.
While Rancho Siena is still under construction, the plans for the Siena House pool, recreation hall, and community center are impressive. In addition, Rancho Siena boasts more than 115 acres of preserved natural terrain featuring mature tree stands, natural rock outcroppings, and hill and canyon views that will be preserved for future generations to enjoy. The Cimarron Hills Country Club is within easy reach and offers members a Nicklaus Signature golf course, tennis courts, a 45,000-square foot clubhouse, and a spa facility. With Georgetown, Leander, and Liberty Hill all nearby, Rancho Siena residents have plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment options at their disposal.
Rancho Siena offers easy access to both Interstate 35 and Highway 183, two of the Greater Austin area’s biggest roadways and excellent starting points to get wherever you need to go. One of the largest draws of this community is that it provides an extraordinary amount of natural beauty and seclusion without sacrificing easy access to suburban and urban amenities. With the downtown core of Austin less than an hour away, Round Rock less than a half hour away, and Georgetown within a 15-minute drive, there are incredible options for the comforts of civilization, ranging from retail therapy to spas, fine dining to live entertainment, and of course, all of the basic necessities of life.
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