Information regarding Serrano in El Dorado Hills
Serrano in El Dorado Hills is a gated neighborhood with numerous parks, hiking trails and award winning schools. The Serrano Golf & Country Club has an award winning par-72 golf course and luxurious facilities.
Serrano offers a wide range of single family residences. Whether you are looking to purchase a home walking distance to award winning schools or a custom golf course home with views of Folsom Lake, the Menser Real Estate Group can assist you. Each village in Serrano offers different amenities and schools. The luxury homes in Serrano can offer several types of views, locations and unique homes. It is important to use a realtor that is familiar with Serrano in El Dorado Hills to match you with the right kind of property.
The HOA dues range from approximately $144 - $200 per month which cover the association management, roads, common areas, gates, security, and front yard landscaping (in non-custom homes). The Mello Roos range from .30% - .48% of the property's assessed value, which are billed with your taxes.
Serrano is located in the Buckeye Union School District and the Rescue Union School District. "Lower Serrano" is located in the Buckeye Union School District, with children attending either Oak Meadow or Silva Valley Elementary School, Rolling Hills Middle School and Oak Ridge High School. Parts of "Upper Serrano" and "Custom Serrano" are located in the Rescue Union School District, in which children attend Lakeview Elementary School and Marina Middle School. Technically, the homes in the Rescue School District would be in the Ponderosa High School boundaries. El Dorado High School District has recently allowed an "exception" that will allow these students to attend Oak Ridge High School. It is referred to as the School Choice Provision. To view the high school transfer policy affecting Serrano, click here. Students who attend a middle school that would feed into Oak Ridge will now be allowed to continue their education with their classmates. This new transfer policy also addresses the high school situation for the El Dorado Hills neighborhood of Blackstone; allowing their students to attend Ponderosa High School or Union Mine High School.
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