Hartness, the new urban village founded by the Hartness family and located on Greenville’s Eastside, announces the expansion of their Builder Guild. Hartness proudly features homes crafted exclusively by Guild members, comprised of the Upstate’s finest custom home builders. Guild members are carefully selected to ensure quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail, all hallmarks of Hartness homes.
“The commonality of our diverse home types, sizes, and styles is the outstanding craftsmanship our Builder Guild promises and delivers,” said Hartness Development CEO Sean Hartness. “We are delighted to welcome two new members and their exceptional talent to the guild, especially as demand increases for quality legacy homes in an innovative mixed-use community concept.”
Dillard-Jones Builders and Sexton Griffith Custom Home Builders now join Hartness Construction, Hollison Custom Homes, J. Francis Builders, Milestone Custom Homes, and Peery Homes in an expanded Builder Guild at Hartness.
Prospective buyers can choose from a variety of properties that include: newly completed homes or homes under construction. Additionally, clients can partner with a Builder Guild member to create a customized dream home using one of Hartness’ professionally designed plans or a design in harmony with Hartness’ architectural guidelines.
To learn more about Hartness’ Builder Guild program and each member, visit www.HartnessLiving.com. Contact [email protected] or 864-920-0375 to schedule an appointment to learn more about Hartness’ available homes and homesites.
Hartness is a new 444-acre urban village offering residences and homesites connected by lush pathways, green streets, and community gathering spaces. It also boasts unique amenities, including the Grand Lawn, the Sports Garden, a fitness center, 15 miles of outdoor trails throughout the development’s 175 undeveloped acres, and many sparkling lakes and ponds. Additional amenities will include tennis courts, a community clubhouse, and multiple resort-style pools. Located within the village and opening for Hartness residents and the public alike to enjoy will be The Village Center, home to various specialty retail shops and casual and fine dining, and Hotel Hartness. Hartness is located on South Highway 14 between Pelham and Woodruff roads – conveniently located on Greenville’s urban edge adjacent to the I-85 corridor, ten miles from downtown and five miles from GSP Airport. For more information on Hartness, visit www.hartnessliving.com.