Summers Bend in North Charleston, SC

"Secluded yet close to everything, Summer's Bend features the best of river-front living and classic Lowcountry architecture."

Sunset hangs low and photo of a golfer in Summers Bend, North Charelston, SCFrom its sweeping command of the marsh and river to its waterfront views of fabled Middleton Place, Summer's Bend is a community steeped in history dating back to the 1700s. On the banks of the historic Ashley River corridor and once home to legendary plantations, Summer's Bend is surrounded by ancient oaks and breathtaking vistas. This area of North Charleston has been a coveted location for generations, and not far from this place of natural beauty is downtown Charleston, with its rich history and culture and vibrant spirit.

Summer's Bend is a community of two- and three-bedroom town home and flat-styled condominiums with interiors featuring only the finest finishes and details, including hardwoods, stainless steel and granite.

This neighborhood, situated on 27 lush waterfront acres, was created for those who treasure the Lowcountry lifestyle. The community was inspired by a simple design element: the summer kitchen is an Adirondack-influenced, open-air pavilion featuring deep colors and rich textures. This outdoor recreation area features a wood-burning fireplace and state-of-the-art gas grills overlooking the idyllic children's pond. Here you can grill and dine with friends and family or relax with a swim in the crystal-clear pool.

You may also launch your kayak directly from the shoreline of the Ashley River or simply sit on the community dock and take in the timeless views. Owners also have the luxury of world-class golf through a membership package with the exclusive nearby Coosaw Creek Country Club.

Secluded yet close to everything, Summer's Bend features the best of river-front living and classic Lowcountry architecture. Distinctive residences in a historic setting rich in amenities, Summer's Bend offers location, luxury, value and waterfront living. It's an opportunity you won't find anywhere else or ever again.

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