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Summerville, South Carolina Real Estate

Residential real estate in Summerville consists of single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums. Single-family homes in Summerville range in price from below $100,000 to $3 million. Homes priced in the low $100,000s can be found at Corey Pointe, Baroney Ridge, Challedon, Clemson Terrace, Evergreen and Dorchester Regency. Homes priced in the high $100,000s are found at Sangaree, Oakdale Estates, and Corey Woods.

Priced from the low $200,000s are homes at Carriage Lane, White Gables, Cane Bay Plantation, Bridges of Summerville, Wentworth Hall, and Arbor Walk. Priced from the high $200,000s are homes at Myers Mill, Newington Plantation, Hickory Ridge, and Pine Forest.

Homes in the $300,000s are found at The Ponds, Pine Forest Country Club, Long Needle Estates, Branch Creek, Marrington Villas at Cobblestone, and Legend Oaks Plantation. Priced in the $400,000s are homes at Summervale Acres, Salisbury Acres, Meadowbrook, Guilford Estates, West Highland Acres, and Ashborough East. Homes starting in the $500,000s are found at Sylvan Acres, Walnut Farms, Gadsden Manor, Kings Grant, and The Summit.

Condominiums and townhouses are priced from $80,000 to $315,000. Properties at Kings Grant, Summer Wood, Midland Terrace and Coventry Place are priced from the low $100,000s. Mid-$100,000 units are found at Arbor Oaks, Legend Oaks Plantation, and Steeple Point. Units starting in the high $100,000s are available at Walden Ridge.
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Summerville Real Estate & Homes for Sale in South Carolina

Incorporated in 1847, Summerville, also called "Flowertown in the Pines," was the summer retreat of plantation owners seeking to escape the heat, bugs and humidity of their Low Country land during the 1700s. Today, this charming town has beautiful streets and lovely homes with lush gardens. Real estate options consist of single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses. The Downtown Summerville historic district has unique stores, boutiques, antique shops and restaurants.

Summerville's youth attend some of the best state schools in the Dorchester II School District. Nearby colleges and universities include The Citadel, College of Charleston, Charleston Southern University and the Medical University of South Carolina.

The Gahagan Plantation Community Park is a fine facility with such amenities as six lighted baseball diamonds, a playground and sports fields. The picnic areas at Jessen Boat Landing overlook the Ashley River and the Azalea Hut is a community building used for classes, activities, meetings and programs. Hutchinson Square is a beautifully landscaped town square and Newington Plantation Circle provides two acres of open space. There are three championship golf courses in Summerville: Legend Oaks Golf Club, Miler Country Club and Pine Forest Country Club.

Some of Summerville's annual events include the Flowertown Festival, Sculpture in the South and Holly Days. The Farmer's Market is open every Saturday from early spring to late fall and features fresh produce, baked goods, homemade jams, jellies and craft items.

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