Harvest Townside Adds to Continued Growth in Argyle

Harvest Townside Adds to Continued Growth in Argyle

by Steve Gamel

The Town of Argyle continues to expand at an exponential rate as more and more families seek out the quiet, quaint lifestyle that has become synonymous with this amazing country community. Now, residents and newcomers have even more options when it comes to where they want to live.

Hillwood Communities, one of the premier commercial and residential real estate developers, investors, and advisors of properties in North America and beyond, celebrated the grand opening of Harvest Townside on May 17.

The development, which rests within the master-planned community of Harvest in Argyle, features new patio homes starting at 1,500 square feet with prices starting in the $260,000s. In a press release, officials said Townside offers an attractive price point for homeowners looking to begin the next chapter in their lives.

The entire project is built exclusively by David Weekley Homes and D.R. Horton.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer this unique patio home product within Harvest that will appeal to empty-nesters as well as those desiring a smaller, low maintenance home within the Argyle ISD,” said Fred Balda, president of Hillwood Communities, in a press release.

Adam Cornett, division president of David Weekley Homes, agreed.

“Harvest is one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s premier communities,” Cornett said in the release. “The new Townside models have all of the high-quality features you would expect in a David Weekley home with the luxurious amenities and convenience of a Hillwood Communities development.”

Per the press release, Harvest was designed to provide residents with a long-lasting, livable, and walkable community, with access to activities that connect them with their neighbors. Homeowners will enjoy a full range of amenities, including resort-style pools, an on-site farm, and a weekly farmer’s market and community gardens. This includes an on-site farmer who grows fresh, organic farm-to-table produce at the community farm.

More importantly, the entire development is conveniently located near what will be a new Argyle ISD elementary school, which is set to open in fall 2019. Argyle ISD has approximately 2,500 students, with projected growth expected to top 5,000 students by 2023.

“D.R. Horton is excited to be part of the new Harvest Townside by Hillwood Communities, a residential developer that we have enjoyed working with for many years,” said Shannon Roethemeyer, D.R. Horton DFW west division VP, in the press release. “We believe our environmentally friendly patio homes, which include smart and energy-efficient features, provide homeowners the option for a low-maintenance lifestyle within the unique culture of the Harvest community.”

Hillwood has delivered more than 25,000 single-family lots in 80 master-planned communities, continuing to raise the bar in terms of quality, innovation, and the unmistakable sense of community that sets each property apart, the release said. Hillwood Communities takes the time to focus on the ideals that draw people together — and the everyday interactions that strengthen those bonds. By purposefully designing its walkways, gathering spaces, and structural amenities to spark spontaneous encounters and foster shared interests, Hillwood Communities creates community in
every sense.

For more information on Hillwood Communities visit www.HillWoodCommunities.com.

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