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Sienna Plantation now boasts 22 model homes open daily with the recent debut of a model by M/I Homes, the Fort Bend community’s newest builder.

The new model, located at 2510 Duke Heights Lane, is the first from the builder’s 35-foot luxury homes designs. The Coronado plan features three bedrooms and 3.5 baths within 2,466 square feet. The home boasts several outdoor spaces — including a covered patio, front porch and side courtyard — and an upstairs game room with a powder bath. Mid-century furniture and chartreuse green accents give the model art-deco ambiance. Although designed for smaller properties, the homes are being built on 45-foot homesites in Sienna Plantation, allowing for larger play yards.

“This model is a beautiful addition to the variety of homes offered in Sienna Plantation,” said Alvin San Miguel, general manager of the community. “Smart design maximizes space on the inside, while allowing for plenty of space outdoors.”

M/I Homes is offering seven floor plans in Sienna Plantation priced from the $240,000s and ranging from 1,704 to 2,643 square feet. Signature features include abundant counter space and free-standing ranges in kitchens, multiple living areas and flexible options for secondary outdoor living spaces.

“These designs have numerous flex options — such as the side courtyard with sliding doors shown in our model,” said Jay McManus, area president of M/I Homes. “We also efficiently planned these homes so you have both ample wall space and natural light, which can be a challenge when designing for these size lots.”

The 10,800-acre Sienna Plantation features townhomes, patio homes, single-family homes and luxury homes priced from the $250,000s to more than $1 million. Six Fort Bend Independent School District campuses are located onsite, and the community offers five pools, four recreation centers, a 160-acre Camp Sienna sportsplex, more than 100 acres of parks and miles of trails.

Sienna Plantation is ranked among the nation’s 50 top-selling communities and was named the 2017 Master-planned Community of the Year by the Greater Houston Business Association in the Houston’s Best PRISM awards.

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