Hartness unveils home designs for village-esque neighborhood development

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Construction on homes in the first phase has begun | photo by Will Crooks

Hartness has unveiled the individual home designs for the neighborhood development on the 444-acre property off of Highway 14.

A suburban village, Hartness will offer dozens of plans, from quaint cottages and townhomes to grand manor homes and estates, which may be customized to taste; buyers may also custom-build their home. The homes on property will range from the $400,000s to more than $1 million.



The crafting of each home design is carefully overseen by residential architect Lew Oliver, with an array of architectural styles featured, including Federal, Italianate, Greek Revival, and Colonial Revival.

“We look forward to watching this unique neighborhood come to life, as it provides Greenville families stunning architecture within a nature preserve,” said David Pisano, vice president of sales and marketing at Hartness.

Hartness is in the style of a Traditional Neighborhood Development, an approach modeled on the way cities and towns were built before the mid-20th century.


Several homesites in phase one are underway.


The new walkable village encompasses 444 acres, 180 of which will be permanently preserved green space, including 15 miles of trails connecting neighbors to woodlands, lakes, streams, wildlife, and shared recreational areas. Also included will be a clubhouse and wellness center, resort-style swimming pools, and a “sports garden.”

“On behalf of the entire Hartness family and team, we are excited about unveiling these beautiful designs and providing the Upstate with a chance to see our community come to life,” said Sean Hartness, CEO of Hartness Real Estate. “I could not be more excited about breaking ground and beginning the home construction process. Very soon, Greenvillians and beyond will be able to see and touch the unique architecture and designs that will differentiate Hartness from other more typical suburban offerings.”

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