Hillwood opens Harvest Townside patio homes

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A digital rendering of a future D.R. Horton patio home in Harvest Townside (image courtesy of Hillwood).

Hillwood Communities celebrated the grand opening last week of Harvest Townside, a new home model in the Harvest master-planned community near Northlake and Argyle.

Harvest Townside will feature patio homes starting at 1,500 square feet and $260,000, which “will provide homeowners with the easy maintenance of a patio home in the heart of Harvest,” according to a Hillwood news release. David Weekley Homes and D.R. Horton are the exclusive builders in Tonwside, which aims to bring “uptown efficiency and ease to the charming country.”

The eastern part of the Harvest community is in the Argyle ISD, while the western section is in Northwest ISD. Townside will be in Argyle ISD.

“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.

A digital rendering of a future David Weekley patio home in Harvest Townside (image courtesy of Hillwood).

Harvest offers resort-style pools, weekly farmer’s market, a farm and community gardens.

“Harvest is one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s premier communities,” said Adam Cornett, division president of David Weekley Homes. “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.”

“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. “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.”

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