Don’t miss event: 2018 Flowertown Festival

04.03.2018 | News & Events

If you’ve visited Summerville in the spring, you understand just why our lovely town is nicknamed “Flowertown in the Pines.” Azaleas burst into brilliant bloom, painting the Lowcountry in shades of salmon pink, gentle white, and pale violet. Fragrant wisteria cascades down fences and trees in sheets of soft purple. Delicate camellias, a specialty in read more

Summers Corner by the numbers

03.17.2018 | News & Events

Did you know? Check out these fun facts about our growing community in a garden. 98 unique birds species 2 schools, Sand Hill Elementary and Rollings Middle School of the Arts 1,000+ seats at Summers Corner Performing Arts Center 8 completed parks 5 minutes max from any home to a community green space 3 sculptural bird houses commissioned by read more

Why buy new? 5 five reasons to start fresh with your new home

03.10.2018 | News & Events

So you’ve decided to embark on a big, exciting adventure: buying a new home! There’s a lot to consider, including whether a previously owned home or shiny new construction is right for your family. You’ve probably guessed – we suggest the latter! Below, some reasons we think new homes are the way to go. Make it read more

Get your Gigs at Summers Corner

03.03.2018 | News & Events

Before a house ever rose from the ground at Summers Corner, we put amenities like parks and trails and even Buffalo Lake pavilion into place. But there’s another feature of our growing community that’s been here since the beginning that’s a little harder to see: Gigabit internet speeds. That’s right. Our community in a garden read more

Fit in February: Eating wholesome at Corner House Café

02.13.2018 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events, Parks & Gardens News

At Summers Corner, healthy living is a cornerstone of everything we do. It’s why we built parks and trails before we ever built a home. It’s why we host groups like FiA in our green spaces and Farmers Markets under the pavilion (stay tuned for a 2018 schedule). It’s why one of the first things read more