About 20 miles north of Charleston, SC, sits the historic town of Summerville. Founded in 1847 and known as Flowertown, the area is a favorite of residents who seek a small-town community feel within commuting distance of the city and area beaches -- the best of both worlds. In addition to a growing newer commercial district with modern shopping and restaurant chains, Summerville is home to a beautiful historic district and numerous recreation opportunities. In addition to four golf courses and several public boat landings, the town is full of parks and known for its excellent public schools, making it a favorite among families. Housing in the area is a mix of historic and modern. Homes in the newer planned subdivisions can be extremely affordable. There are 349 active residential listings for Single Family Real Estate in Summerville. The median price is $409,990, the average price is $446,226, and prices range from $164,900 up to $2,499,900. This site doesn't include contingent properties, fractional property sales, and properties of type 'other' (such as boat slips).
Cane Bay Plantation / Jasmine Point at Lakes of Cane Bay
Listing provided by Beazer Homes
137 Red Bluff Street
Summerville, SC 29483
3,440 SQFT $133/SQFT
Listing provided by Lennar Carolinas, LLC
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