Roxanne Spencer joined Marchant Real Estate as an agent.
She has over 15 years of experience and is licensed in North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. She is also a certified buyer’s representative.
Spencer is a graduate of Erskine College.
Morgan Voke joined Coldwell Banker Caine’s Greenville office.
She previously worked in administrative roles managing medical offices in the Upstate.
Voke is a graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities and Furman University.
Hartness receives design award from National Association of Home Builders for Jasmine Cottage
Hartness, a new 444-acre urban village founded by the Hartness family in Greenville, announced on March 4 that its Jasmine Cottage has won a gold award for a single-family custom home in the National Association of Home Builders’ 2020 Best in American Living Awards.
The home was designed by Lew Oliver and crafted by Hartness Construction. It also features interior design by ID Studio Interiors and landscape design by Byington Landscape Architect PLLC.
“We are thrilled that the Jasmine Cottage designed by the immensely talented Lew Oliver has been honored by the NAHB’s Best in American Living Awards,” said Sean Hartness, CEO of Hartness Development and Hartness Construction. “We are extremely proud of the home, which showcases a brilliant design and superior craftmanship. The cottage style also perfectly complements Hartness’ diverse and unique offerings.”
The 1,000-square-foot Jasmine Cottage features cedar plank siding and a genuine cedar shake roof as well as a spacious ceiling over the living space, two bedrooms and two baths. The home also has a master bedroom on the main floor.
Outside the house is a hardscaped two-car parking area and outdoor living space.
BALA recognizes achievement by builders and design professionals in all sectors of the residential housing industry including single-family production, custom, multifamily, affordable, remodeling, community and interiors.