Harvest Falls is Nestled in the wooded countryside of Winnebago County, minutes from great shopping, dining and entertainment. Surrounding a 3 acre lake; it's the best of both worlds, providing the quiet sanctuary of country living with the ability to enjoy the finer things that a large city provides. What is different with Harvest Falls & makes this an elite subdivision are the Natural building material requirements. Natural materials are to be used on all three sides. (All four sides for lake front lots) Natural materials being brick, stucco, stone, or wood. Also, side load garages are standard. Ranches have a minimum square footage requirement of 2300 . Two story homes have a minimum square footage requirement of 2600 square feet.
Quality custom home builders available
Lot prices starting in low $60,500's
Side load garages
Custom built homes
Natural building material
3 acre lake
Located in Winnebago County
Average lot is .5 acre
Minutes from fine dining, shopping, golf courses, country clubs
A conservation community is a neighborhood designed to interact with nature, rather than against it. Conservation communities are becoming one of the most popular and sensible ways to live – for personal, lifestyle reasons and for the good of the overall environment.
Harmony with ecosystem
Conservation development encourages the establishment or protection of open spaces. It minimizes the use of pavement in streets and driveways to encourage more natural absorption of stormwater. It strives to reintroduce native plants and trees to maintain and even restore the natural ecosystem. And it forges a closer bond between its residents and the world they live in. Ultimately, it adds balance to a world that is clearly out of balance.
By placing you in a more relaxed, rural setting, the Harvest Falls conservation community offers a peaceful lifestyle that will allow you to rededicate yourself to your family, your friends and your environment. Whether you're tossing a ball around with the kids or just kicking back on the porch swing, a conservation community is the ideal place to rejuvenate the spirit and just breathe in the fresh air. By adding balance to your life, Harvest Falls gives you room to think, play and, well, just live the life that you've always wanted to live.
Sense of community
At Harvest Falls, you'll meet and greet your neighbors on walking paths and along the river's shore, tossing a line in or launching a canoe. By encouraging interaction with the environment and your neighbors, the pedestrian-friendly design of Harvest Falls cultivates a true sense of community that has been so absent in the cold, cookie-cutter developments of modern-day suburbia. In a conservation community, residents come outside to enjoy the natural, wide-open spaces. You'll get to know your neighbors… and you might even get to know yourself a little better.
Higher resale value
The relaxed pace and ecological benefits of a conservation community are becoming more and more appealing to generations who are feeling squeezed in by cities and typical suburban neighborhoods. And as the availability of wide-open space dwindles, the demand for conservation communities grows. A national study showed that "natural, open space" is the number one preference of new homebuyers.