Welcome to Harvest
Conveniently located near Interstate 35-W, Harvest is a brand-new master planned community consisting of over 1,200 acres of master plan perfection. This Hillwood Community was Awarded the Dallas Builders Association’s prestigious Community of the Year award, Harvest was established with the goal for residents to experience the joys of the simple life, without being too far away from urban conveniences in nearby Dallas-Fort Worth. From on-site gardens and elementary schools to pools and parks, every amenity imaginable is available in Harvest.
Homes in Harvest are constructed by some of the nation’s best-known builders including Highland Homes, David Weekly, D.R. Horton, and M/I Homes, among others. Traditional single-family homes, townhomes, and smaller garden homes are available in a wide price range, ensuring there is something for everyone. Upon completion, Harvest will consist of over 4,000 homes, making this cozy community one of the most vibrant in North Texas.
What to Love
- A brand-new community
- Just-completed homes with beautiful, up-to-date finishes
- A plethora of in-community amenities and activities that include, pools, workout facilities, garden plots, community events including outdoor concerts, movies, and so much more.
- HOA fees include use of all facilities and internet.
- Located just two minutes off Interstate 35-W, making commutes into DFW simple
Harvest was established with the goal of creating a close-knit community appreciative of North Texas’ wide open spaces. Their community farm, overseen by their full-time farmer, is the centerpiece of their neighborhood and has made great strides to connect locals with their food while supporting North Texas businesses and giving back to the community. Since its establishment in 2014, Harvest has donated over 100,000 meals to the North Texas Food Bank.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
One of the best things about this highly amenitized neighborhood is the sheer number of on-site and adjacent businesses residents enjoy easy access to. However, when a day out of the neighborhood is necessary, the nearby Interstate leads to the whole of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area and its endless amount of entertainment options.
Situated in the historic 142-year-old Faught home, Farmhouse Coffee and Treasures is Harvest’s communal coffee house run by a lovely group of locals with deep roots in their faith. In addition to coffee, baked goods, and other breakfast favorites, Farmhouse also sells a variety of trinkets, knick-knacks, and home decor in the most adorable atmosphere.
Near the communal farm, residents can enjoy the Harvest Fun Fields or Meadows Pool House. These wide-open green spaces give community members the chance to get out and enjoy sporty activities and fresh air with friends and loved ones. The Red Barn is another communal area for fun in the sun with basketball hoops, other games, and covered seating areas.
Just south of the community, Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the nation’s most sprawling metropolitan areas with residents from all over the world. Thousands of locally-owned shops are sprinkled across the metroplex ensuring ample shopping adventures any day of the year.
Things To Do
This perfectly thought-out masterplan community has been designed with residents in mind. It’s quite frankly not necessary to leave the community for exercise, social meet-ups, or even concerts. Within the neighborhood, residents enjoy easy access to a community gym, yoga lawn, and Central Park’s 1.5 mile-long trail. Throughout the year, The Hall opens its 5,000 square foot doors for community happy hours, classes, and other activities. Seasonal concerts are also held on the event lawn space, with food trucks from the DFW area.
Harvest children will attend one of two area school districts, both of which are very highly rated. Consult with one of our real estate professionals for boundaries of each school district.These are:
- Argyle ISD, prekindergarten-12th grade; a growing school district, Argyle ISD has recently expanded and renovated existing schools, while constructing new campuses to account for the region’s expected future growth
- Northwest ISD, prekindergarten-12th grade; as a whole, Northwest ISD ranks within the top 10% of Texas’ independent school districts
- Liberty Christian School, preschool-12th grade; Liberty ranks within Texas’ top 20% of private schools and is conveniently located in central Argyle