Morning descends upon Harris Ranch. Homes for sale in this neighborhood exist in that space between the deep roots of tradition and the forward movement of modern technology, so for those just now waking up, there is breakfast to be made and smart dials to program to set home alarms before leaving the house. If it's a weekday, it's off to work. But on the weekends, the time has come to thrive.
With a quick tightening of the sneaker and a peek into the garage to grab bikes and fishing poles, residents of Harris Ranch become weekend warriors. For those who want get enough of walking or riding the trails, an abundance of rolling hills surround the subdivision. A two-block walk gets residents there.
For the fisherman, the jaunt is even less. At some homes for sale in Harris Ranch, the greenbelt lies as few as 15 steps away from the door, and onto places like the Marianne Williams Park, which lies just around the corner. The dawn mornings, streaking the skies above with pinks and blues, beckon the early-rising fisherman. Around the park, the flick of a fly pole blends in with the harmony of the wild life living at water's edge.
During the work week, residents here relegate these activities to after work fare to do with the family or as a de-stress activity to do before heading home. Because Harris Ranch prides itself on being a place where residents can play and work where they live, many families living in the area can walk to local amenities like the Lucky 13, where they can grab a few slices of pizza for dinner.
It's these types of amenities that encourage buyers to look for homes for sale in Harris Ranch. The disconnect from where people live and play isn't so far removed from where they work. Harris Ranch exists this way by design. You spend more of your life doing the things you love rather than spending large chunks of it commuting someplace else.
Harris Ranch drew inspiration for the neighborhood from the New Urbanism movement as well as from Smart Growth Communities. For those looking for homes for sale in Harris Ranch, this means living in "walkable" neighborhoods and buildings that allow for more than one use. Buyers here are once again encourage to develop that talk-over-the-fence kind of neighborliness that seems to be missing from today's urban environments.
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