Life at The GroveConnect with Nature... and Each Other
Thoughtfully Planned, Perfectly Preserved.
Thoughtful Architecture • Rich in Amenities • Nature Trails and Walking Paths
The Founders of The Grove at Garrett Farm believe in providing a superior product in a sustainable development planned and designed by today’s leading professional town and landscape architects. We are incorporating attractive streets and public spaces, protected natural areas and a variety of housing types.
Our vision is about creating a place where you experience a new way of living. In the pastoral setting of a peaceful family farm in South Shreveport, you’ll find that The Grove at Garrett Farm celebrates a simpler way of life – an opportunity to get outside in a neighborhood that is walkable, efficient and connected. We are redefining “traditional” by blending traditional Southern design in a preserved natural setting with all of the conveniences of modern living.
Provenance Realty Group
Vintage Realty Company founded Provenance Realty Group in 2012. Since then, it has grown to include multiple highly experienced sales associates that help people find their dream homes in Shreveport. Provenance Realty Group is the real estate agency of choice for buying and selling in Provenance and in The Grove. We hope that you will stop by the Sales Office on your next visit to catch up on new developments in Provenance and The Grove. If you are interested in learning more about how you can become a part of one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in South Shreveport, please click below and we will send you more information.
Carbo Landscape Architecture
CARBO is a nationally recognized landscape architecture and planning firm established in 1995 as Jeffrey Carbo Landscape Architects. CARBO practices in the areas of municipal, institutional, recreational and residential design.
With 20 years of experience in the residential architecture field, Bennett Sabatier has earned a stellar reputation providing home designs in both Traditional and Conventional developments. Working with builders, developers, and custom home clients alike, each project is a valuable endeavor that strives to compliment the vision of each and every individual development. Bennett has designed well over 300 homes in the past 10 years, many in Louisiana’s original Traditional Neighborhood Development The Village of River Ranch in Lafayette and in Provenance. He serves as the lead architect for the Architectural Review Board in Provenance and in The Grove and brings the knowledge and experience of working within the regulating Design Codes of these developments.
The Grove at Garrett Farm is a new conventional neighborhood development founded by Provenance Development, the respected developer of Provenance, a Traditional Neighborhood Development that borders the property. The Grove is a 73-acre, mixed use, walkable neighborhood that combines commercial and residential development, a variety of lot, home sizes and recreational amenities.
Construction began in 2018 and the project is expected to be completed in 2024. 182 residences are planned and include single family, detached homes ranging from 1750- 4000SF (living area). 10,000 square feet of commercial space including retail and office space, are planned. Parks and open space include a 3.5-acre lake with surrounding green space, community walking trails, and several small green spaces throughout the development.
South Shreveport’s Most Desirable Location
Convenient to I-49 and just 10 minutes from downtown Shreveport, The Grove is also located minutes by car from shopping, dining, golf, and South
Shreveport’s best amenities.
Take Exit 196 onto
Southern Loop head East.
Drive 1.2 miles and then turn left (north) onto Wallace Lake Road.
Proceed about 1.7 miles.
The entrance to the community is on your right.
From Bert Kouns
Head east on W Bert Kouns Industrial Loop toward Fountain View (4 mi).
Turn right onto Stevens Road (0.6 mi).
Then turn left on
Flournoy Lucas Road (1 mi).
Turn right onto
Wallace Lake Road (0.8 mi).
From Youree Drive
Head northwest on Youree Drive.
Make a U-Turn (1.2 mi).
Turn right onto LA-526/E Bert Kouns Industrial Loop (2.8 mi).
Turn left onto St. Vincent Ave (226 ft). Continue onto
Wallace Lake Road (1.3 mi).