More than a dozen home lots sized between 1 acre to 3 acres are available in the Harvest master-planned community located in Argyle, according to a Feb. 28 Hillwood Communities news release.

What’s happening?

The lots are available now, and builders are actively selling, a Hillwood Communities representative said in an email. The homesites sit next to a 4-acre pond in the northwest corner of the community and have access to city utilities, according to a news release.

“You can’t find a homesite like this anywhere else in North Texas without the need for a water well or septic tank,” said Angie Mastrocola, Hillwood Communities senior vice president, in a statement. “We’re offering prospective buyers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy country living within the convenient framework of a modern, walkable community.”

The new homes will be built by Toll Brothers and Drees Custom Homes.

Zooming out

Harvest is a 1,200-acre master-planned community located in Denton County between Argyle and Northlake. The development’s first homes were sold in 2013, according to Harvest’s website.

The development will feature 4,000 homes upon build-out. Home prices range from $300,000 to about $900,000. The list of homebuilders working on the project include Highland Homes, Coventry Homes and Tri Pointe Homes.

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