Information regarding Sierramonte in El Dorado Hills
Sierramonte is a small, newer neighborhood located near Stonebriar in El Dorado Hills, off White Rock Road and Latrobe. The homes in this subdivision were build in 2002 by the builder previously known as CalAtlantic. The company was purchased towards the end of the construction of this neighborhood by Lennar. The home owners association fees are approximately $185 per month and there are no Mello Roos Bonds.
This neighborhood features a total of three home designs and exquisite architectural detailing in Spanish, Tuscan, and French Country exterior styles, offering a charming and elegant street scene. Sierramonte offers a spacious collection of two-story homes ranging in size from approximately 3,100 to 3,741 square feet with four to five bedrooms, three to four-and-a-half bathrooms and three to four-car garages. Homes are highlighted by open floor plan layouts featuring gourmet center-island kitchens with spacious walk-in pantries, expansive Great Rooms, luxurious owner’s suites and outdoor California Rooms. An abundant use of windows throughout allows for plenty of natural light and enhances indoor/outdoor connectivity. A variety of flexible room options were available during the construction and may include ground floor bedrooms, lofts and wine bars. All homes offer innovative, energy-efficient features for increased comfort and convenience.
Sierramonte is located in the Buckeye Union School District. The children attend William Brooks Elementary School, Rolling Hills Middle School and Oak Ridge High School.