At just under 1,000 sq. ft., this home in Greenville, South Carolina deserves high praise. It is nearly unrivaled in detailing, features harmonic proportions, and is pure in scale, delivering a refined state in a smaller impression.
Designed by renowned Atlanta designer Lew Oliver and crafted by Hartness Construction, the Jasmine Cottage is truly the perfect home for right-sizing. This small yet luxuriously charming home features cedar plank siding and a cedar shake roof to authentically evoke the English Vernacular style. The design boasts a spacious ceiling over the living space, two bedrooms and two baths with the primary suite on the main floor. Outside is a beautifully hardscaped two-car parking area and intimate outdoor living space.
More than a collection of beautiful homes, Hartness is a quaint pedestrian-friendly community embracing authentic architecture, natural and built amenities, land preservation, and a mixed-use village center. Hartness adheres to the planning principles of New Urbanism, which by its nature is more environmentally conscious and socially responsible compared to conventional subdivision development. Every aspect of community design is focused on creating and connecting the private and public realms with scenic, inviting streetscapes and pedestrian corridors that reward the act of walking. By incorporating a thoughtful blend of homesites and homes of varying sizes, types and architectural styles, the neighborhood will welcome a diverse range of homebuyers.
The mixed-use Village Center provides access to daily conveniences, with opportunities for dining, shopping, entertainment and office environments. Now under construction, Hotel Hartness (located within walking distance of the Village Center) encompasses guest rooms and suites, a convention and event center, outdoor event venues, fine dining and a full-service spa for residents and guests alike.
Hartness is conveniently located on Greenville’s urban edge adjacent to the I-85 corridor, ten miles from downtown and five miles from GSP Airport. The community rests comfortably on 444 scenic acres between South Highway 14 and Garlington Road.