August 8, 2017 | GREENVILLE, SC – Hartness, the Upstate’s newest and most iconic Traditional Neighborhood Development, is pleased to announce that it has officially broken ground on their first model home, “The MacMillan.” This model home will also serve as the community’s Welcome Center. Milestone Custom Homes, one of the exclusive builders at Hartness, is constructing the home. Sixteen additional homes will be commencing construction over the next two months, showcasing many of the floorplans that are available to interested families. Each home design may be customized to suit individual tastes, ensuring the buyer’s absolute delight. The Hartness exclusive builders are also happy to design/ build custom plans for families wishing to go that route.
The MacMillian rendering is pictured above.
Director of construction Jim McCoy stated, “We are very eager to begin vertical development of the Hartness project! It’s extremely exciting to think that more than twenty homes, both models and custom builds, will be in frame this fall. We feel that by having nine models in Phase One, the Hartness family is demonstrating their commitment to this project, and to our customers, who want to see these homes articulated. With asphalt on the streets and the models underway, the vision is becoming reality.”
Lew Oliver, world renowned planner and designer, is crafting the Hartness Community plan. Homes will be situated within a short walk of restaurants, coffee shops, specialized boutiques, private community parks, trails and amenities. Residents will benefit not only from an easy 5- mile drive to GSP, but also from the obvious attractions of Greenville’s award-winning downtown just 15 minutes away.
“This is an exciting time for our team, and also for those considering Hartness as their home. Homeowners will be able to experience the active lifestyle that our unique community offers, spending more time outdoors with family and friends, immersed in nature and a neighborhood that allows easy access to everything one needs, while leaving the car in the garage” says David Pisano Vice President of Marketing and Sales. “Hartness is raising the bar for living in Greenville. There is nothing comparable to what we are doing.”
Hartness, located in Greenville, SC, is a Traditional Neighborhood Development designed with walkable blocks kept close to daily conveniences, public spaces and nature. Situated on 440 pristine acres, Hartness offers an array of thoughtfully crafted home types ranging from cottages to estate and manor homes.
For more information, visit www.hartnessliving.com.