Darling Homes has put down roots in Harvest Green, the innovative, farm-and-garden themed Fort Bend community where the Houston luxury homebuilder will add new homes on 75-foot homesites.
Darling also will open a spectacular new model home, professionally furnished and expertly designed, at 618 Vineyard Hollow Court. Its Harvest Green model home is expected to open in the fall with homes starting in the mid $400s.
One of Fort Bend County’s most sought-after luxury homebuilders, Darling Homes will offer flexible floor plans from 2,800 – 4,600 square feet featuring gourmet kitchens, open entertaining spaces, large master suites and interior courtyards. Each new Harvest Green home also will come with an option of a raised, ready-to-grow backyard vegetable garden.
“Darling Homes does an A+ job of delivering quality homes with the features today’s buyers are looking for,” says Harvest Green General Manager Shay Shafie. “We’re happy to have them on board.”
Houston’s first master-planned community with an on-site farm, community and backyard gardens, Harvest Green is located at the Grand Parkway and West Airport Boulevard, minutes from the Energy Corridor and Sugar Land.
“When we first learned of this innovative approach to master-planned living, we wanted to jump in with both feet,” says Amy Rino, division president for Darling Homes in Houston. “We’re all about bringing luxury homes to innovative and dynamic master-planned communities and Harvest Green certainly fits the bill.”
Besides enjoying fresh produce from an onsite farm co-op, Harvest Green residents can participate in chef-instructed culinary classes, farm-to-table dinners and various social gatherings as planned by an onsite Lifestyle Director.
In addition to its farm-fresh appeal, Harvest Green will offer 280 acres of winding hike-and-bike trails, natural waterways and native landscaping along with more than 50 acres of parks and greenbelts.
Residents will attend schools in the Fort Bend Independent School District, including Travis High School and James Bowie Middle School within the community. Another site in Harvest Green has been reserved for a new Fort Bend ISD elementary school.
While maintaining its strong presence in Fort Bend, Darling Homes also offers new homes from the $250’s to over $1 million in several of most sought-after master-planned communities of The Woodlands, Kingwood, Humble, Spring, Montgomery and Fulshear. Established in 1987, the company builds high-quality homes which combine custom details, home design options and flexible floor plans.
For more information on Darling Homes, its new homes in Harvest Green and other Houston-area master-planned communities, go to www.DarlingHomes.com. Also, follow Darling Homes at www.Facebook.com/DarlingHomesHouston, www.Pinterest.com/DarlingHomesHou and on Twitter and Instragram @DarlingHomesHou.