You’d be surprised to see how easy it is to cultivate happiness.

Imagine a place where farm-to-fork is a lifestyle. Where smart sustainable living is commonplace. And where finding friendship and inspiration is as simple as taking a stroll through your own neighborhood. Welcome to Harvest — a master-planned community coming soon to Santa Paula where gardens, growing and wellness just come naturally.

New Home Neighborhoods & Apartment Living

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Harvest is a modern community of connected homes and apartments, with amenities as plentiful as they are unique.

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It’s all part of an exciting new lifestyle designed to promote healthy living through outdoor activities, thoughtful cooking and sustainability.

Amenities & Recreation

Gather at The Farmhouse to prepare food with neighbors in the demonstration kitchen. Grow your own vegetables in the community gardens. At Harvest, amenities and activities enrich daily life by bringing kindred spirits together over nutrition, fitness and relaxation. Here, shared experiences and mindful dining are natural parts of the everyday experience.

CLUBHOUSE
FITNESS CENTER
POOL & SPA
YOGA STUDIO
2.2 ACRE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK
5.5 ACRE SOCCER PARK
225 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE
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A Beautiful Location

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Since the beginning, historic Santa Paula has been known for its lemons and oranges. Today, it’s also known as a destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Over 225 acres of open space includes parks, bike paths and hiking trails, while a trip downtown offers cultural attractions, museums and award-winning schools. And for those looking to explore, it’s only a short drive to neighboring cities, beaches and the Los Padres National Forest.