Siena Summerlin

  1. 3 beds, 1 full, 1 three-quarter baths
    Home size: 2,162 sq ft
    Lot size: 7,405 sqft
    Year built: 2002
    Parking spots: 3
    Days on market: 1
    Walk Score®: 13
  2. 2 beds, 2 full baths
    Home size: 1,370 sq ft
    Lot size: 3,920 sqft
    Year built: 2004
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 4
    Walk Score®: 8
  3. 2 beds, 1 full, 1 three-quarter baths
    Home size: 1,621 sq ft
    Lot size: 7,405 sqft
    Year built: 2005
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 5
    Walk Score®: 35
  4. 3 beds, 2 full, 1 half baths
    Home size: 2,921 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,454 sqft
    Year built: 2005
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 6
    Walk Score®: 5
  5. 2 beds, 1 full, 1 three-quarter baths
    Home size: 1,289 sq ft
    Lot size: 5,663 sqft
    Year built: 2004
    Parking spots: 2
    Days on market: 7
    Walk Score®: 37

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Siena Overview
Siena is a guard-gated, active adult community in Summerlin. It is well located for all the amenities in South West Las Vegas. Built by Sunrise Colony it has a similar feel to Del Webb’s Sun City communities, but you will notice some differences in the architecture and landscaping. It feels more resort-like, and the homes have a more custom feel.

A total of 2001 homes were built on 667 acres between 2000 and 2006 around an 18-hole golf course designed by Schmidt-Curley. There are plenty of golf-course homes with views over waterfalls and garden landscaping.

It is the most central of the large-scale retirement communities, and a 15 minute drive straight down Tropicana gets you to the MGM Grand Hotel at the Southern end of the Strip. The 215 beltway is just down the road for access across the Valley.

The developers made good use of the 667 acres by building a number of attractive walking trails that are enjoyed by the residents, even if it is just to visit Village Center where community activities take place in a 71,000 square foot building that overlooks Lake Siena.

Siena Amenities
The hub of Siena’s activities is the 71,000 Village Center which is on a par with The Del Webb Sun City developments in terms of its meeting spaces and craft rooms. You walk into a Tuscan themed Grand Rotunda that always has people busy socializing and enjoying the floor to ceiling views over Lake Siena. Facilities include a library, computer lab, billiards, multiple cards rooms and a ballroom. The open plan design of Village Center enhances the sense of hustle and bustle.

The 71,000 square foot Village Center consists of:

  • 39,000 square foot community center
  • 15,900 square foot fitness center
  • 9,000 square feet allocated to meeting rooms, arts and crafts, card rooms, library, computer room
  • 7,200 square foot ballroom

In addition to this there is a 15,000 golf course clubhouse. Even non-golfers benefit from the facilities, with Siena Bistro a popular place for dining, or just an evening cocktail.

Siena’s Health and Fitness Center has a spa, salon, and is equipped with all the latest fitness equipment. There is an indoor pool lap pool and an outdoor heated pool that any resort would be proud of. The indoor pool has team rooms and a sauna, and the 115,000 gallon outdoor pool has a spa.  Other sports facilities include tennis courts (with nighttime lights), bocce courts and horse shoe pits.

There are a large number of thriving clubs, including: Art Club, Bocce Ball, Book Club, Bridge, Bunco, Bocce, Book Club, Ceramics, Computer, Duplicate Bridge, Bridge, Military Veterans, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Siena Old Spokes, Over the Hill Hikers, Siena Players, Poker, Scrabble, Sewing, Tennis, Pan Players, Sharps & Flats, Sunshine Club, and Wine Club.

Siena Homes
With homes ranging from 1,034 to 3,217 square feet Siena offers more of a range of lifestyle options than some retirement communities. Some of the resale properties have had extensive remodeling and upgrades, and I would say that there are more “luxury” homes than you will find in other age-restricted communities. If you are looking for gourmet kitchens, vaulted ceilings and built-out patios then they are not hard to find in Siena. There are 14 single family home floor plans and 4 attached villa options. The villas are from 1,034 to 1,378 square feet.

Local Area
If Siena wasn’t age-restricted then I think all its resale homes would sell in a week. Partly this is because of the facilities and high quality design, but a big part of it is that Siena is in a very high demand area of Las Vegas. Siena is located in an area that attracts people that want the convenience of being near the Strip and airport, combined with all the community infrastructure that Summerlin has to offer.

Golf
Siena’s Championship golf course is a big draw for residents and visitors alike. It was designed by Schmidt-Curley Designs of Scottsdale, Arizona and has a variety in its pacing and routing that keeps experienced golfers challenged. The mixture of wide and narrow fairways, dog legs and straight fairways, water and sand trap hazards make for a varied course. Here are the challenges that await:

  • Hole #01, 420 yards, Par 4. Keep out of the lake on the left and avoid the multiple bunkers.
  • Hole #02, 393 yards, Par 4. Keep to the right and keep out of the bunker by the green.
  • Hole #03, 562 yards, Par 5. Flex your muscles and try to get to the green in two. You might need to as a three putt is a real possibility on this expansive green.
  • Hole #04, 448 yards, Par 4. Watch out for the grass bunkers
  • Hole #05, 159 yards, Par 3. The green has beautiful waterfall views, but deceptive undulations might stop you enjoying it.
  • Hole #06, 405 yards, Par 4. Keep it low: on a windy day you will likely be playing into it.
  • Hole #07, 194 yards, Par 3. You’ll need to chip into the green with accuracy. Check the hole overhead guide to select your spot.
  • Hole #08, 563 yards, Par 5. Don’t let the fairway bunkers slow your progress to the hole.
  • Hole #09, 420 yards, Par 4. Water to the left, bunkers to the right. This is the time to keep it straight rather than go for distance.
  • Hole #10, 425 yards, Par 4. This is a very sandy hole so sharpen your sand wedge skills.
  • Hole #11, 340 yards, Par 4. More sand. Hopefully a good bunker shot on #10 will have given you confidence. If not, put it out of your mind and just remember the sand trap basics. When you hit up into the green you’ll need to be accurate, or risk a roll back.
  • Hole #12, 506 yards, Par 5. A lay-up is a good play on this hole.
  • Hole #13, 414 yards, Par 4. Watch out for the slope on the green.
  • Hole #14, 192 yards, Par 3. A fade to the left of the green will see the green do the work and keep you out of the bunkers on the right.
  • Hole #15, 514 yards, Par 5. Driving to the left of the fairway bunker will set you up for a good score on this hole.
  • Hole #16, 323 yards, Par 4. Keep it straight to avoid the bunkers on the left and the right because you need to save some shots to deal with the triple tiered green.
  • Hole #17, 138 yards, Par 3. Note the changes in elevation from tee to green and hit with accuracy.
  • Hole #18, 400 yards, Par 4. Keep to the left off the tee and when approaching the green.

 

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