Welcome to Our Desert Oasis

Sienna Hills is everything we want in a community

The Ideal Location of Sienna Hills

Sienna Hills is everything we want in a community…mountains, rivers, parks and swimming pools within walking distance, the opportunity to give our children a top-notch education, small town charm, big city amenities, and a real sense of community. It’s little wonder why we chose to live here. These are things that matter to us, and we found them all here.

About the Area

Just 20 minutes down the road from the community of Sienna Hills lies the bustling small City of Buckeye. As one of the nation’s fastest growing cities, Buckeye has small town charm, big city amenities, a diverse culture, and plenty of things to do. Bistros, cafes, bakeries, day spas, movie theaters, specialty stores, and big box retailers – new and exciting restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options are popping up every day. Buckeye also boasts a state-of-the-art library, museum, aquatic center, and seven public parks.

Dubbed “Arizona’s biggest opportunity,” Buckeye offers a thriving economy with a wide variety of employment options. Top industries include retail & wholesale trade, travel, hospitality & tourism, and health care.

If Buckeye doesn’t have what you’re looking for, Arizona’s capital city of Phoenix is just 30 minutes from Sienna Hills. An easy commute, Sienna Hills is a great solution for many of us who work in Phoenix, but don’t want to live there.

Outdoor Fun

For residents of Sienna Hills, Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming and camping are right outside our front doors. Sienna Hills Community Park includes basketball courts, soccer fields, a playground, and covered picnic areas. The Sienna Hills swimming pool, club house and fitness center is located in the heart of the community and easily accessible to everyone who lives here.

Six miles west of Sienna Hills, in the southern White Tank Mountains, is Skyline Regional Park. Skyline is an 8,700-acre public park with 27 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping.

Just 20 miles south of Sienna Hills, Buckeye Hills Regional Park includes 4,474 acres of natural desert and beautiful views of the Gila River riparian area. A few miles beyond that lies the Woolsey Peak Wilderness Area, a 64,000-acre expanse within the Gila Bend Mountains. The land includes sloping lava flows, basalt mesas, rugged peaks and ridges with expansive views.


 

Getting Here

Sienna Hills is located just two miles from I-10, on the northern end of the City of Buckeye, Arizona. The community is adjacent to major highways, allowing easy commuting to Central Phoenix, Downtown Buckeye and beyond.

Directions:

Take the I-10 West to the Verrado Way exit. Turn right on N Verrado Way to W McDowell Rd. Turn left on W McDowell Rd and then right on N Sienna Hills Parkway.