25-home subdivision planned for Greenville’s Overbrook neighborhood


The Cottages at Overbrook to bring maintenance-free living to downtown neighborhood


Situated on 4.11 acres along Lowndes Hill Road, a new 25-home subdivision is planned called The Cottages at Overbrook.


The city of Greenville Planning Commission gave approval for the new cluster subdivision at its meeting last week. Each two-story, single-family home will average 1,500 square feet and have two or three bedrooms with at least two baths. Interior finishes will have granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile, walk-in master showers, front porches and craftsman-style interior trim. Prices will range from the mid-$200,000s to the low $300,000s.


One main park, along with two smaller pocket parks, will provide green space for residents. The cottage homes will have no garages; instead, parking will be on the side of each house in keeping with the Overbrook neighborhood, said developer Nathan Kaser with Renaissance Custom Homes.

“There’s such a great demand for single-family homes downtown, and Overbrook felt like the perfect location for this kind of project,” said Kaser. “It’s maintenance-free living and suits the needs for many different types of buyers.”


Renaissance Custom Homes will be the builder along with Gendlin Homes. Construction is expected to begin on the first homes by the end of the year.

For more information, contact Greenvillehomebuilder.com.



Project partners

Builder/developer: Nathan Kaser of Renaissance Custom Homes LLC

Developer partner: Stan Gendlin of Gendlin Homes LLC

Architect: Thomas Croft of Croft Architecture

Homes marketed by: Kiersten Bell of Coldwell Banker Caine



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