Presales Begin in Sienna Plantation’s Rosewood Neighborhood

by James McClister


Fort Bend County’s Sienna Plantation is a massive, 10,000-acre master-planned community featuring an array of amenities, on-site schools and homes designs from several well-known homebuilders, and today, presales started for the first patio homes in the community’s Village of Sawmill Lake.

Opened this spring, Sawmill Lake is already comprised of nine neighborhoods and 500 homesites, with several new features soon to be introduced, including an elementary and middle school slated to open in 2017.

In the village’s Rosewood neighborhood, an enclave of 38 homesites, Trendmaker Homes and Darling Homes, which are the neighborhood’s exclusive builders, are beginning the presales on their forthcoming properties. Each builder is offering a number of designs, according to Sienna Plantation, which wrote:

  • “Trendmaker Homes has 11 designs for the neighborhood, priced from the $440,000s. Sizes on the luxury villas range from 2,433 to 3,168 square feet, and buyers can select from one-story plans and two-story designs. All of the homes have island kitchens, open-concept living and three-car garages as standard features, while options allow buyers to add a fireplace and/or kitchen to outdoor areas, convert a study to a master bedroom sitting room and more.”
  • “Darling Homes offers eight, single-story floor plans in Rosewood priced from the mid-$300,000s. Ranging from 2,288 to 2,996 square feet, the designs feature private studies, island kitchens, spacious secondary bedrooms and great rooms that incorporate living and dining spaces. Some plans also offer a Texas basement, a new Darling Homes’ feature that offers up to 450 square feet of floored attic space accessed by a stationary staircase. Buyers can customize their homes with extended covered patios, wine alcoves, three-car garages and outdoor fireplaces.”

While presales are underway, the two builders are not expected to open model homes until November.

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