Why you'd want to live in Tuscany Siena
The first thing that impresses me is design of the neighborhood. One of the main streets on the South end of the neighborhood, Dunkirk St, ends at a small neighborhood park which features a picnic gazebo, and playground. The houses encircle the park, but don’t face it giving the park and the homes a lot of privacy. The neat thing about the houses on the south side of E Fair Dr, they also have backyard access to an open space and the Piney Creek Trail. Piney Creek Trail leads directly to a larger Park called Piney Creek Hollow. The majority of the homes in both the Siena and Tuscany South Neighborhood have a brick or stucco exterior, they have 3 to 4 car garages, shale roofing, and large lots. I also liked that these homes have iron fences.