Moving To Sienna Plantation?

Persons moving to Sienna Plantation will enjoy a new life in one of Fort Bend County’s best communities.  Located between Sugar Land and Missouri City, the neighborhood is known for its security, community spirit, active civic involvement on the part of residents, and tight deed restrictions. Residents here take pride in living spaces defined by aesthetics and warmth.

Women moving to Sienna Plantation can make friends very quickly in this community. There is a Yahoo group dedicated to helping newcomers meet their neighbors. Both men and women who work in Houston will find themselves within reasonable distance from the workplace to enjoy a comfortable commute into the city.

Families with children will love the schools, amphitheater, day care facilities, and the community’s water park, which is one of the largest in the Southern United States. There is also a 12-acre recreation center for residents. In total, the community features 34 parks, trails that run for miles, and an 18-hole golf course. The golf course has a pro shop, a restaurant, and an instructional center for those who want to improve their game.

Couples and families who are moving to Sienna Plantation will find a litany of attractions in the nearby communities of Rosenberg/Richmond and Sugar Land, only minutes from their new home. Typically, new residents are often surprised to learn just how nationally renowned Fort Bend County is. Known for a low cost of living, it is also highly regarded for its neighborhood safety, diversity, and phenomenal education programs. It has been rated among the top 10 healthiest counties in the United States. Graduating seniors from Fort Bend ISD received over 55 million in scholarships for both academics and athletics. In 2011, 5 schools in this county made the honor roll for the Texas Business and Education Coalition.

For families who love the great outdoors, Brazos Bend State Park is only minutes down the road. Occupying just under 5,000 acres, its lakes and forests are home to a wide variety of native Texas wildlife, including deer, alligator, coyotes, and many species of waterfowl. The park is also home to the George Observatory. Featuring has a 36-inch telescope it is a favorite destination for schools and local tour groups. The Fort Bend Challenger Center also resides within the park. It pays tribute to the 7 astronauts who died in the tragic shuttle explosion of 1986.

People moving to Sienna Plantation will find plenty of shopping in Sugar Land’s First Colony Mall. Many national chains and local businesses operate storefronts within the mall. Adjacent to First Colony is the relatively new Sugar Land Town Square. It features apartments and offices, stores, and entertainment. There is also a Marriott Hotel with a 60,000 square foot conference center. All buildings face toward the central plaza.

Persons moving to Sienna Plantation can trust a company like JT Melia Moving and Storage to move their belongings to their new home in the suburbs. With over 40 years of experience in residential moving, JT Melia knows how to get families reestablished not only in their new homes, but also in their new lifestyles.