Located about 25 miles north of the state's second largest city of Charleston, Summersville attracts those who desire living in a town rich in history and landscape. In fact, the city has more than 700 buildings listed on the National Historic Register. Another notable historic feature of the town is its accessibility to several historic plantations. Summerville proudly bears the nickname as the "Flower Town in the Pines" for its blossoming azalea flowers in the public gardens and throughout the city during the spring. The scent from the pine forest ridge in this inland city attracted South Carolina residents in the 1800's, and the beauty of the rich green landscape continues to appeal to residents and visitors in present day.

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For small town appeal, modern amenities and old southern charm, you'll love the South Carolina town of Summerville. The Summerville real estate market offers a wide range of homes-from historic to modern-in various price ranges, making it possible to find the perfect home with nearly any budget. The town of roughly 33,000 people has been known as an affordable housing market and among the best cities in South Carolina to quickly sell a home. With Summerville's thriving community life, it's easy to see why people want to live in this Southern town.

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