On October 26, Coldwell Banker Caine joined with community leaders, real estate professionals, and leaders of Great Southern Homes to officially cut the ribbon on the new neighborhood at Roland’s Crossing in Boiling Springs.
The Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, joined by the President and CEO, Allen Smith, Executive Vice President, John Kimbrell, and several other Chamber Ambassadors were on hand to facilitate the cutting. The ceremony took place in the front yard of the new model home and was led by Allen Smith, Robert Penny, and Tiffany Mitchell of Great Southern Homes, along with Brad Halter, Chairman, Erika DeRoberts, Vice President for Developer Relations, and Charlianne Nestlen, REALTOR, of Coldwell Banker Caine. The celebration was sponsored by Movement Mortgage and lunch was provided by the Streatery Food Truck.
Inspired by quality homes built at an affordable price, Great Southern Homes is a leading builder in South Carolina focusing on energy efficiency through a unique set of Green Smart Home standards. They have built 5,000 homes over three decades for the first time homebuyer to elegant estate style and semi-custom homes. Michael Nieri, President of Great Southern Homes, was recently named the Home Builders Association of South Carolina’s Builder Member of the Year.
Great Southern Homes at Roland’s Crossing is represented by Coldwell Banker Caine agent Charlianne Nestlen, 864.266.7825 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Prices start in the $180s and four are almost ready for move in – 52 lots are available to personalize and build a new home. The model home is located at 308 Breton March Court in Boiling Springs and is open Monday – Saturday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 – 5 p.m.