Listing Category: Agrihood


Each of Serenbe’s four hamlets have complementary commercial centers focused on the elements of a well-lived life: arts for inspiration, agriculture for nourishment, health for wellbeing and education for awareness.

Fresh food is another of Serenbe’s natural assets, with a 25-acre organic farm, seasonal Saturday Farmer’s Market, thriving CSA program and edible landscaping, including blueberry bushes along paths and sidewalks.

Year-round cultural events include outdoor theater from Serenbe Playhouse, culinary workshops and festivals, music events, films and lectures, boutique shopping, art galleries, a spa and trail riding, plus a robust Artist in Residence program featuring dinners and talks.

Serenbe is a place you can enjoy for a meal, a weekend or call home for a lifetime.

At Serenbe we value nature, passion, creativity and community. We believe people can live more fully when connected to the wonder of nature.
We value people for who they are, not what they are or what they do.

This is a community where people live, work, learn and play in celebration of life’s beauty. A place where connections between people, nature and the arts are nourished.

Prairie Crossing

Prairie Crossing is a widely acclaimed conservation community in Grayslake, Illinois. The community was designed to combine the preservation of open land, easy commuting by rail, and responsible development practices. It is now considered a national example of how to plan our communities to enhance the environment and support a better way of life.

From the site design to the old fashioned porches, Prairie Crossing in Grayslake, IL, offers natural ways for people to come together. Although several neighborhood amenities are available for residents only, others offer venues for everyone to engage with lifelong learning, enjoyment of local food, and more.

*The Byron Colby Barn offers concerts, lectures, and other events to foster lifelong learning and a sense of community.
*The Prairie Crossing Farm is home to numerous farm businesses who provide fresh organic vegetables, eggs, honey and more to customers throughout the Chicago region.
*The Prairie Crossing Charter School, a public elementary school to which Prairie Crossing homeowners may apply, emphasizes citizenship and learning from experiences of the natural environment.
*Lake Aldo Leopold is exclusively for residents and guests. Residents of all ages swim at the sandy beach, fish, canoe, or sail in summer and ice skate in winter.
*Residents meet to horseback ride, walk, bike or ski the private trails within the community and in the 5,800-acre Liberty Prairie Reserve, which is open to the public.
*Resident horse owners manage the Prairie Crossing Stable and adjoining pastures.
*A fitness center is available for residents, as well as numerous parks that are owned and maintained by the Prairie Crossing Homeowners Association.

Hidden Springs

Hidden Springs is an 1,844-acre master planned community built around a 130-year old working farm in the Dry Creek Valley, just north of Boise and east of Eagle. The community will eventually encompass more than 1000 homes, with a smart mix of on-site retail, recreational and educational facilities.


When did you last pick fresh bananas growing from the stalk and exotic Hawaiian flowers like gardenia peeking from their shrubs? During your stay at the Kukui`ula Club Cottages in Kauai, Hawaii, you have a chance to experience this bountiful harvest and more at their upcountry community farm. It is also an opportunity to reconnect with the land and the time honored Hawaiian tradition of Aloha `Aina which shows deep reverence for the earth.

The Farm at Kukui`ula is a short drive away from our elegant Kauai cottages in the rolling hills above this luxury community. Artfully designed along the rolling back hills, The Farm perfectly showcases the principles behind Kukui’ula. Members can enjoy one-on-one time with themselves and the “Aina” (land), whether through picking fresh produce, fishing for peacock bass in our own lake, or gathering organic eggs for their morning omelet.

A gardener is on hand to welcome you to this exotic place and help you harvest the freshest ingredients for your own farm-to-table meal. You may even see Chef Ben gathering vegetables and fruits for the evening dinner at The Plantation House restaurant. It has become one of the most sought-out Kauai dining destinations and is only available to members and guests staying at the Kukui`ula Club Cottages.

If you time your Kauai vacation around the monthly dinner at The Farm at Kukui`ula, you will be invited to dine outdoors with the community under tropical skies on The Great Lawn featuring spectacular ocean views. This elegant event with white table linens, fresh Farm flowers, and exquisite food takes place while watching breathtaking Kauai sunsets.


Harvest is a 1,150-acre, master-planned, mixed-use development in Northlake, Texas. Located at the northwest corner of Interstate 35W and FM 407, Harvest is in the acclaimed Argyle Northwest ISD. There are approximately 3,200 single-family homes planned in this urban agrarian community with deep ties to historic Denton County.

Harvest is a rural community bringing people together and cultivating an appreciation for the land as well as fostering an active, caring environment. Harvest is a place to gather, grow and live in a place where family and community come first.

The many fabulous amenities planned throughout Harvest have been thoughtfully designed to bring families together. A greenbelt runs through the entire community, connecting each neighborhood and park to the rest of Harvest for a uniquely walkable community.

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