Southern Charm at The Village at Summerville
The Village at Summerville is a lovely senior living community nestled within the vibrant area of Summerville, SC, that values its history and enjoys the area’s natural beauty all year round. Residents enjoy exploring Azalea Park, a twelve-acre oasis in charming downtown Summerville with its shady loblollies and stunning sculpture collection. Trolley tours give a full view of local architectural landmarks and the stories behind them. The Summerville Orchestra offers great performances, along with the Flowertown Players, who perform in the historic James F. Dean Theatre. Come spring, the whole town comes together for the Flowertown Festival, a three-day celebration of arts and crafts, good food, and fun.
The living is easy in Summerville. With convenient shopping at Kohl’s, Target, and Walmart Supercenter just minutes away from The Village, you will have simple access to the necessities of everyday life. Blending well with the modern and the progressive is the historic downtown area that offers a diverse set of shops and unique dining venues. For dining options, people have great choices in the many locally owned restaurants including Oscar’s, an old favorite for upscale dining and Graze, known for fresh creative casual dining. There are also great local southern barbecue places and ethnic choices that feature Greek, Italian, and Thai fare. Local breweries and a wine bar are also in this area. For popcorn and a movie, the Regal Cinema boasts sixteen screens of the latest from Hollywood and beyond.
Access to the City and the Coast
Summerville, dubbed The Flowertown in the Pines, is a rich community of active and engaged residents who appreciate and celebrate their South Carolina city throughout the seasons. Downtown Charleston sits just about 30 minutes to the southeast and a day at the beach is less than an hour away.
For more information on life in our exciting senior living community, contact our office today. Our helpful professionals will be glad talk with you and might even share some of their local favorites for food and fun.