Find Summerville Apartments for Rent
With a name like Summerville, this South Carolina city of roughly 44,000 people sure sounds charming, but is it really as appealing as it sounds? If you're attracted to cities with natural beauty, historic architecture and a low cost of living, then yes, it is. And yes, you should look for apartments in Summerville.
Living in a Summerville apartment, you'll be surrounded by natural greenery, especially in the springtime when all the many flowers bloom. There's a reason this city is commonly known as "The Flower Town in the Pines." Residents and visitors flock to Azalea Park to see the blossoming azaleas and camellias and to join in the fun during the Flowertown Festival.
Azalea Park also hosts the annual Sculpture in the South where local and national artists display their work for art lovers to admire and purchase. Other community events near Summerville apartments include the Red, White and Blue on the Green, a 4th of July celebration that includes a fireworks display, and the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Both are located in Towne Square near any Summerville apartment.
Kick off your weekend and support your local high school by attending some Friday night football games. Known as the "Green Wave," Summerville's high school football team is one of the best in the state, so you're bound to see some action. On Saturday mornings from spring through fall, you can stock the pantry in your new Summerville apartment with fresh, local produce and other goodies you find at the Summerville Farmer's Market.
When you rent a Summerville apartment, you'll live in part of Dorchester County, which is known, among other things, for its historic plantations. Be sure to visit Middleton Place, a National Historic Landmark plantation with a landscaped garden that dates back to 1741, making it the oldest in the country.
With all of this and an average cost of living below the national average, Summerville has tons of appeal. Find the best Summerville apartments for you on ApartmentGuide.com today.