Meet the builder: FrontDoor Communities

06.14.2017 | Community News, Home News, News & Events

Here at Summers Corner, homes have a distinct, yet familiar, sense of character. You’ll find broad front porches, made for conversing with neighbors or sipping sweet tea. You’ll find picturesque windows, offering beautiful views of the gardens right outside. You’ll walk through garden rooms that open up to allow gentle breezes to pass through. And you’ll read more

Welcome to our newest builder, Saussy Burbank

10.12.2016 | Home News, News & Events

We are so pleased to welcome Saussy Burbank to our growing community! From foundation to fixtures, Saussy Burbank’s commitment to style and detail sets them apart. Their home designs celebrate the rich architecture of the Lowcountry region that you’ll also find has inspired much of Summers Corner, with all the modern amenities homeowners have come to expect read more

Indoor-outdoor living at Summers Corner

06.01.2016 | Home News, News & Events

There is an intention behind every detail in Summers Corner. Each beam and balustrade. Every azalea and hedge. Homes are designed to live inside-out, oriented to take full advantage of gardens and parks, with generous windows to fill living spaces with natural light. The common thread in each is an emphasis on connecting to the read more

A glimpse back at 2015

01.06.2016 | Community News, Home News, News & Events

2015 was a monumental year at Summers Corner. We opened the Corner House Cafe and Information Center. We started construction on Sand Hill Elementary School, Rollings Middle School of the Arts, and the Performing Arts Center. We hosted more than 1,000 guests at our model grand opening. If you came out to any of our events read more

The perfection of imperfection.

12.01.2014 | Home News, News & Events

Who ever said that “new” had to be synonymous with “same”? That 8 shades of tan on 4 different models was okay? That your house should look like your neighbor’s. Which looks like their neighbor’s. Which looks like their neighbor’s. Not us. We don’t like “same.” To us, “same” is boring. “Same” is safe. “Same” read more