Meet the Johnsons

Returning Home

Hank and Kim Johnson, natives of Greenville, returned home after a 20-year adventure in Atlanta. “My mother knew that our long-term goal was to move back,” said Kim.  “So, she gets the credit for introducing us to the Hollingsworth Park community during one of our visits years ago.”

Parents of two adult daughters, the move came at a time when it made sense to downsize.  The Johnsons worked with Quinn Satterfield to build their beautiful Williamsburg-style home in Ruskin Square. “We were interested in building a custom home that fit us, while offering room for visiting family and guests,” stated Hank. “Our builder told us that it would take six months to complete the design-build process and they were right on target. We also achieved exactly what we wanted in a livable layout.  There are several favorite roomsâ€"the open great room and kitchen, my home office, and master suite.  But, I think it’s the covered outdoor area that we’re drawn to the most.”  

Moving in during March 2013, Hank and Kim didn’t waste any time adding personal charm to their preferred space.  The soothing sound of trickling water mixed with a hint of gardenia welcomes you. Sprawling tendrils of Carolina Jasmine climb towards one of garden’s architectural elementsâ€"a handcrafted Carolina Moon created by Hank himself. And as temperatures fall, the on-demand outdoor fire pit offers a cozy retreat. Most evenings you’ll find the Johnsons relaxing with their dogs, Jake and Jazz, close by.  

What do the Johnsons do for fun?
Kim enjoys reading, traveling, working out at the Verdae Y, and singing in the church choir.  Hank volunteers at the Triune Mercy center and enjoys college football. 

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