Would you like to support local farms, protect and enrich farmland, and feed your family fresh, extra-nutritious produce? That’s exactly what you do when you participate in a local community supported agriculture (CSA) program!
Why do folks love living at Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, TX? Is it the beautiful homes, the farm-to-table focus, the on-site schools in acclaimed school districts, the exceptional indoor and outdoor amenities, or the location convenient to two airports and the DFW metroplex? Ask our residents, and they’ll agree those factors are a big part of the community’s appeal.
Buying a house is all about your family and how you want to live. If you’re puzzled about whether you should focus on selecting the right neighborhood or on finding a particular home that you love, understand that finding the perfect house starts with understanding your needs. And who says you have to choose between the home of your dreams and a fantastic neighborhood, anyway? At Harvest, you don’t have to!
The neighborhoods in northern Tarrant County and south-central Denton County have enjoyed increased popularity in the last few years. This Far North Fort Worth area is a booming center of growth that attracts thousands of homebuyers year after year.
We are so proud that Harvest by Hillwood was recently named Master-Planned Community of the Year at the 2022 McSAM Awards hosted by the Dallas Builders Association. Harvest was praised for its unique agrihood concept, beautiful array of amenities, and year-round lifestyle program that helps connect neighbors and create a true sense of community.
The construction process on your new North Texas home is nearly complete! But what about the yard? Right now, it may be a bare patch of black dirt with some assorted rocks mixed in. The beautiful new home you’ve envisioned won’t be finished until there is a complementary landscape surrounding it. What is involved in new build landscaping and why is it so important? Below, we answer these questions, review the new construction landscaping process, and provide landscaping tips for new homes.
Harvest by Hillwood can help you match a home to your lifestyle with our newest additions coming in 2022. Located in the Denton County towns of Argyle and Northlake, TX, these new sections in Harvest will offer you the ability to find the ideal residence that matches your way of life.
The new home community at Harvest by Hillwood was intentionally designed to create a relaxed, welcoming place where people are drawn together to meet, get acquainted, and form the bonds of friendship that can last for years.
Do you reach for your gardening tools after a particularly long and stressful workweek? Does digging in the soil help you feel happy and relaxed? Have you found a great sense of fulfilment in watching the fruits of your labor thrive? If so, you may be experiencing the benefits of ecotherapy, also called nature therapy or green therapy.
Buying a home is a big step and there is a lot to think about before you make an offer. While many people focus on paint colors, appliances, flooring, or fixtures, if you don’t like these things, they can be changed. What cannot be changed, on the other hand, is your home’s location.
Gardening is one of the most beneficial recreational activities you can participate in, especially if you have access to a community garden program. It’s relaxing, promotes physical activity, and gets you outside—an especially significant health benefit. However, we Texas gardeners quickly learn that growing plants in north Texas can be a challenge.
Our lifestyle manager, Page Austin, shares the powerful stories of how our Harvest community came together to support one another during February’s snowstorm.
The expansion of Central Park in Harvest is underway. The new north amenity complex is well underway and will be delivering new outdoor activities for our families.
We are so excited to introduce Harvest Townside!
Harvest, Let’s Rock the Block!
Did you know that 95% of the Harvest fertilizer goes directly into the soil (versus other fertilizers where only 10% goes into the soil)?
We have many different types of families that make up the Harvest family. One of those types are families with special needs children.
What a successful season it has been here at Harvest! I really enjoy the shares of residents having fruitful (pun intended) gardens! I’ve been getting asked a lot of questions about harvesting, so I thought I would share how to tell the ripeness of everyone’s favorite summer fruit – Watermelon!
Have you every wondered where all those weeds growing in your bermudagrass lawn have come from? Well, look not further than the open farm land all around the Harvest Development. Unfortunately, many of these weeds left seed behind to infest your yard.