Destination: Harvest

Getting Here and Digging In

Harvest is located in the Northlake/Argyle area at I-35W and FM 407, just north of State Highway 114. You’ll enjoy easy access to Denton, Fort Worth, Dallas and the Alliance and DFW Airports.

What’s Nearby

Beyond the walkable convenience, gardening culture, and hometown charm of the Harvest community, homeowners also enjoy easy access to leading employers, renowned schools, several health centers, and countless dining and entertainment opportunities along the east and west I-35 corridors. Homeowners with children appreciate having access to two top school districts in Texas: Argyle ISD and Northwest ISD. For those seeking higher education, two universities — the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University — are 20 minutes away, not far from the historic town square in Denton. For shopping and entertainment, residents enjoy visiting Highland Village, Texas Motor Speedway, and the soon-to-be completed outlet malls. And having DFW International Airport 25 minutes away brings the rest of the world closer to home.

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School Districts

One Harvest, two school districts, three future on-site schools

Harvest offers a rare advantage for families looking to move into, or remain in, the acclaimed Argyle or Northwest school districts — our community covers both! Cleveland-Gibbs Road serves as the boundary between Northwest ISD to the west and Argyle ISD to the east. Once construction is complete, Harvest Littles will be within walking or bicycling distance from a Northwest elementary school, an Argyle elementary school, and an Argyle middle school.

Argyle ISD is an exemplary school district whose high school was awarded the silver ranking by U.S. News and World Report in Best High Schools nationwide. With a 15:1 student-teacher ratio, Argyle ISD is a growing district that serves approximately 2,500 students in grades pre-K through 12, with projected growth expected to top 5,000 by 2023. Argyle High School teams have garnered multiple state championships in recent years, including multiple sports, cheerleading, band, film, academics, and the Texas Lone Star Cup — which is based on a school’s combined academic and athletic achievements.

Northwest ISD is one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas, attracting more than 1,400 new students each year. More importantly, the district also boasts a 95 percent parent satisfaction rate. In addition to its competitive athletics, distinguished arts program, and career academies and pathways, Northwest ISD has been named one of the Best Communities for Music Education in America for several consecutive years. It was also one of only 23 districts in Texas to be named to the Advanced Placement Honor Roll by the National College Board.