Celebrate the small town feel of Summerville, and the easy, friendly cadence of life in the Lowcountry. Summers Corner weaves together beautiful homes, artful parks, open spaces, and proximity to the things people want – like schools only a short bike ride away and local retail offerings – to form a close-knit, vibrant community. Currently, Summers Corner is home to more than 100 families – and new neighbors and friends are always on the way.
Homes at Summers Corner beautifully bring the Lowcountry’s unique character to life – through wide front porches, expansive windows, a mix of architectural styles, and a variety of street scenes. No resident is more than a 5-minute walk from their home to a park or public garden. The result is a community that feels connected to both the land and the people who call it home.
What’s more, Summers Corner gives buyers the freedom to choose homes designed by four different builders, each with their own style: Saussy Burbank, Sabal Homes, Stanley Martin Homes and Dan Ryan Builders. Homes start in the $200s, and range in size from 1,580 to 3,619 square feet.
Home To A 95-Acre Lake, Nature Trails, Community Parks, Open Spaces & Much More
Connectedness is a recurring theme at Summers Corner, especially when it comes to the natural world. Buffalo Lake, 95 acres of fresh water, gives residents the opportunity to explore local water and engage with area wildlife. From the Lake’s fishing dock, residents can launch canoes and kayaks and fish for largemouth bass, crappie, blue gill and catfish. The open-air lakeside pavilion offers opportunities to relax and take in the beauty of other nearby residents, like ibis, eagles, and osprey.
Those who walk, hike, and bike can take advantage of Summers Corner’s extensive nature trail system that includes everything from quarter-mile strolls to 3.8-mile loops, while still having access to free wi-fi. Along the way, residents venture through community parks like Archer Park, Summers Park and Helix Park.
Lowcountry summers demand access to cool waters, and the Community Pool House at Summers Corner, exclusively for residents, features a resort-style swimming pool with a large deck, a shallow children’s area and splash pad, changing rooms and restrooms, plus shady areas for barbecues and picnics.
If there’s a heart to Summers Corner, you’ll likely find it at The Commons, home to the Corner House Café + Information Center. Visitors can learn more about the community, and everyone can find master gardeners toiling away in our demonstration gardens. At the café, enjoy roasted coffee, homemade pastries, delicious seasonal fare, and craft beer and wine. And, everyone’s invited to a mix of events – from food truck rodeos and live music to the farmers’ market and art classes.
Top-Rated Schools & A New Performing Arts Center
Summers Corner is within walking distance of Sand Hill Elementary, which serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade, and is celebrating its third year, and the acclaimed Rollings Middle School of the Arts, which welcomed 695 students on its first day in August. Both schools are part of the top-rated Dorchester District Two school system. The centerpiece of the school, a 1,100-seat Performing Arts Center with orchestra and balcony seating, “black box” creative space, and intimate side porch, is scheduled to open in 2019.
If you’re ready to experience Summers Corner for yourself, stop in for a cup of coffee at Corner House Café + Information Center, located at 1609 Beech Hill Road in Summerville, SC 29485. Four decorated models are open daily Mon–Sat 10am–6pm; Sun 12–6pm. For more details, visit SummersCorner.com or call 843-377-8844.