Summerville Real Estate

Summerville, South Carolina is a quaint town located 25 miles inland from downtown Charleston. Affectionately named “Flowertown in the Pines” because of its abundance of natural flora and pine trees, the town has a simple beauty and lifestyle that is proudly preserved by its residents.

With its lowcountry ambiance and fine recreational amenities, Summerville real estate continues to be an attractive choice for families, young professionals, and retirees. Under the jurisdiction of Dorchester County, homeowners enjoy considerably lower property taxes than their neighbors in Berkeley or Charleston County. Additionally, home prices are more affordable with a reduced price per square footage than areas like Mt. Pleasant or Downtown Charleston.

Though the cost of living is less, the quality of living is not. Summerville is a peaceful and prideful community; its residents reflect the same charm and graciousness commonly associated with southern socialites, and its cultural climate mirrors vibrant downtown Charleston. From hip restaurants and swanky shops to rural farmland and dirt roads, Summerville is the perfect blend of progressive growth and environmental enrichment. Read More

Market Snapshot

Total Listings: 583
Average Price: $350,828
Highest Price: $2,150,000
Lowest Price: $155,000

 

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4852 Ashley River Road, Summerville, SC 29485

4852 Ashley River Road

Summerville, Sc 29485

$2,150,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 6,006 SqFt

A True Rare Find! Only 4 Miles To City Of Charleston! 6,006sf Gorgeous Lowcountry Home With A 1,199 Sf Apartment On The First Level, 6,000+ Sf Detached Garage, 30 Private Acre Property Gated On Th...

1194 Saddlehorn Road, Summerville, SC 29486

1194 Saddlehorn Road

Summerville, Sc 29486

$1,585,525

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 7,707 SqFt

This Is A Rare Opportunity To Own A Coveted Estate Located Inside A Gated Community, Conveniently Located Between Nexton, Canebay, And Summerville. This Home's Open Layout -boasting 7,700 S/f - Em...

460 Wild Cherry Lane, Summerville, SC 29486

460 Wild Cherry Lane

Summerville, Sc 29486

$1,500,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 3,993 SqFt

Gorgeous 58 Acre Mountain Oasis Right Here In The Lowcountry! When You Pull Up The Drive To This Spectacular Log Home Estate And Tree Farm, You Will Forget That You Are Only A Short Drive From Cha...

295 Osullivan Lane, Summerville, SC 29485

Photo of 295 Osullivan Lane, Summerville SC

295 Osullivan Lane

Summerville, Sc 29485

$1,442,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 3,600 SqFt

Welcome To The Laurels Plantation Sitting On The Banks Of The Gorgeous Ashley River! This Charming Plantation Is Located Within Four Miles Of Middleton Place Gardens, 30 Minutes From Historic Down...

100 W Walker Drive, Summerville, SC 29483

100 W Walker Drive

Summerville, Sc 29483

$995,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,780 SqFt

This Gracious And Stately Property Is A Throwback To The Golden Age Of Summerville. This Estate Is Magnificent In Every Sense Of The Word. 1.15 Acres Adorned With Grand Live Oaks; Tea Olive, Aza...

518 W 2Nd South Street, Summerville, SC 29483

518 W 2nd South Street

Summerville, Sc 29483

$975,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 4,161 SqFt

This Home, Located In The Heart Of Historic Downtown Summerville, Is The Definition Of Southern Charm! The First Floor Offers A Wide, Welcoming Foyer Leading To Both The Elegant Parlor And Spaciou...

443 Summerset Lane, Summerville, SC 29483

443 Summerset Lane

Summerville, Sc 29483

$950,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,640 SqFt

This Well Cared For Gated 5.28 Acre Country Estate Is Conveniently Located Less Than 10 Miles From Downtown Historic Summerville And Roughly 5 Minutes From I-26. Feel The Stress Of The Day Melt Aw...

205 Sumter Avenue, Summerville, SC 29483

205 Sumter Avenue

Summerville, Sc 29483

$899,000

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 4,071 SqFt

The Rhett House C. 1882. There Is No Better Description Of 205 Sumter Avenue Than That Of The Founder Of The Preservation Society, Renowned Historian Beth Mcintosh: ''the Sweeping Oaks, Many Aza...

1100 Congressional Boulevard, Summerville, SC 29483

1100 Congressional Boulevard

Summerville, Sc 29483

$899,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 2 Half Baths
  • 7,100 SqFt

Grand, Gracious, And Geared To Family Living! Southern Hospitality Fits Right Into This 6-bedroom Southern Mansion Home Located In Pine Forest Country Club. Exquisite Brick Home Overlooks The Firs...

516 Central Avenue, Summerville, SC 29483

516 Central Avenue

Summerville, Sc 29483

$895,000

  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Baths
  • 3,600 SqFt

Grand, Antebellum Home Circa 1835 In Summerville's Gorgeous Historic District Highlighted By A Full Veranda And Draped In Old Oaks. This Residence Has Been Home To Noted Writers And Artists Over T...

Real estate in Summerville stretches from the bordering town of Lincolnville to the flowing Ashley River near Colonial Dorchester State Park. Home prices range from $150,000 for a three bedroom townhome or ranch-style home to more than $2 million for a riverfront estate. In the historic district, many plantation-style homes reflect the architecture of the 1800s but have been renovated and restored for modern standards. Here, residents enjoy walking to Hutchinson Square; strolling through the seasonal Farmer’s Market; dining at restaurants such as the Eclectic Chef, Five Loaves Cafe, Perfectly Frank’s, Shuckin’ Shack, and Oscar’s; shopping at boutiques like Marigold, Savvy Rose, and Piazza Home; and quenching their thirst at local pubs like O'Lacy's, Icehouse, Montreux Bar and Grill, and Homegrown Brewhouse. Downtown Summerville is also home the oldest pharmacy in South Carolina, Guerin’s Pharmacy on Main Street. This iconic business dates back to 1871 and is well known for its personal service, unique gifts, and root beer floats.

In Summerville, golf enthusiasts enjoy competitive and leisure play at Miler Country Club, Pine Forest, Wescott Plantation, and Legend Oaks. In addition to golf, these active neighborhoods possess swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness facilities, and clubhouses for residents and their guests to enjoy. For families who desire privacy and acreage, Tea Farm and Walnut Farm both feature custom estates in a seemingly rural but surprisingly convenient area. Newer construction homes are available in subdivisions like Cane Bay Plantation, Nexton, Guilford Gates, Simmons Grove, and Carnes Crossing, while established neighborhoods like The Summit, Kings Grant, Ashborough, and Newington showcase traditional style homes surrounded by mature oaks and tall pine trees. Residents of all these communities are privy to the town’s top-rated schools which include Flowertown Elementary, Beech Hill Elementary, Joe Pye Elementary, Rollings Middle School of the Arts, Dubose Middle School, Oakbrook Middle School, Fort Dorchester High School, Ashley Ridge High School, and Summerville High School.

Dating back to 1785, Summerville originated as a private retreat for political leaders, military commanders, and wealthy plantation owners. Though it seems odd today, Charlestonians purchased summer homes in Summerville, then called Pineland Village, to escape the intense heat and humidity during the summer months. After its official incorporation in 1847, Summerville’s legislature enacted a law to prohibit cutting down trees of a particular size, the first law of its kind in the United States. Hence, the official latin motto on the town’s seal reads “Sacra Pinus Esto,” meaning the pine is sacred. The abundance of colorful, blooming azaleas prompted the Chamber of Commerce to adopt the slogan “Flower Town in the Pines” in 1925.

Summerville residents, also known as “Summervillians,” appreciate the small town atmosphere, community cohesiveness, and annual traditions .During the fall, the community rallies to support the local football teams: the Summerville Greenwave, Ashley Ridge High School, and Fort Dorchester High School. Also during this season, the town celebrates its heritage as the birthplace of sweet tea with a fun-filled Sweet Tea Festival. During this festival, residents fellowship with each other, listen to live music, and, of course, sip sweet tea! The annual Summerville Christmas Tree Lighting is held in the town square the first of December and features entertainment for the entire family to enjoy. In the spring, the town comes together to host the popular annual Flower Town Festival. Of course, many theatrical events are presented by the famous Flowertown Players at the historic James Dean Theater. In addition, the community is never short on outdoor recreation with numerous outdoor parks, playgrounds, campgrounds, and town-organized sports. Popular parks include Azalea Park, Gahagan Park, Wassamassaw Park, and Summerville Skate Park. The Summerville YMCA governs recreational sports leagues and activities including soccer, flag football baseball, ballet, and more.

Summerville is home to several major corporations and factories including Volvo, Scout Boats, Fruit of the Loom, and Sportsman Fishing Boats. These businesses provide a plethora of jobs for area residents and generously give back to community charities. Though the town has experienced tremendous residential and commercial growth during the last few decades, it has remarkably not lost its small town charm. Perhaps this is why homebuyers find the area so attractive and special.

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