Looking for a home that’s in a different kind of new home community? Want to be outdoors in your new community and get your hands dirty, too? An agrihood might be the place for you.
Located at Harvest, an agrihood near Dallas, the Plan 558H by Highland Homes will satiate your hunger, in more ways than one. The community features a community farm, making it easy to eat healthy. The model home for the Plan 558H shows you how to use black in the home, without it feeling like it’s Halloween, too! The spacious two-story home features an open floor plan and spaces that are helpful for busy families.
The home’s kitchen, for example, has all the staples, such as stainless steel appliances and a center island for sitting and dining. There’s also a pantry, which is a lifesaver for those who hate clutter in the kitchen. A formal dining room and a study at the front of the home provide dedicated spaces for special meals and for the work that comes home with you (or a quiet place to read or listen to music). The family room, though part of the open floor plan, still feels like a space of its own, without isolating family members.
The second level features the home’s bedrooms and a loft area that can be used as a playroom or media room. The owner’s suite is a private sanctuary that’s spacious and stylish too. The owner’s bath can have a soaking tub and a walk-in shower, making this space useful for many different needs.
What’s It Like Living at Harvest?
Aside from its community farm – where residents can grow their own food or dine on food grown there at a farm-to-table restaurant – Harvest fosters a close-knit community spirit. With greenbelts and trails and pedestrian-friendly streets, the community is meant to help neighbors connect. There’s also a lake, event space, sports fields and parks. And, the community is also good for commuters.
Want to see more photos of this beautiful home? You can learn more about the Plan 558H, the new-home community of Harvest where it’s located and see more homes by Highland Homes on NewHomeSource.