Once drawn only to its idyllic Lowcountry setting and year-round beauty, people are now flocking to Summerville as a place to both live and work. Its proximity to the area’s major employers, as well as its commitment to maintaining a Lowcountry lifestyle make it ever popular address.
Nature Preserves, historic sites, and festivals are common in Summerville, including The Flowertown Festival, World Grits Festival, and Sweet Tea Festival. See the blooms at Summerville’s highly anticipated Flowertown Festival, where you can celebrate the array of azalea and dogwood blossoms that blanket the town each spring.
The town’s proximity to the Edisto River and Ashley River allows for water-related activities like boating, paddle boarding, and fishing. The future Ashley River Park, located just minutes from Summer Wind, is the perfect place to enjoy trails, playgrounds and an outdoor amphitheater.
You can go to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center to experience concerts, family shows, ballets, symphonies, art festivals and more.
Each Saturday from April through November, local flock to Summerville Farmers Market to support Lowcountry farmers, growers and small businesses. The downtown market has an abundance of fresh produce, meat, seafood, pasta, baked goods and more.
There’s always something to do all year-round. Experience the variety of Summerville’s variety of activities and events when you make your home at Summer Wind!
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