Life in Summerville

May 2, 2018

Fun Times at the Summerville Farmers Market

The Summerville Farmers Market is always a social and fun time. Local residents will walk or drive their golf carts up to the parking lot behind the Summerville Town Hall every Saturday from April to December. While I confess there have been times I’ve just run up there for my […]
February 16, 2018

Camellias – The First Sign of the End of Winter

My favorite time of year!  The end of winter always comes with the blooming of camellias. While winter isn’t quite over, it’s the sign of new life to come. People are cutting back their shrubs and trees preparing for the new season and around this time every year I enjoy […]
February 6, 2018

Best romantic restaurants in Summerville for Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking for a romantic restaurant to celebrate with the one you love for Valentines Day, here are some of the places I love best in Summerville. We have many more, but these are my tried and true favorites. My number one favorite romantic place to spend the evening […]
January 4, 2018

2017 Summerville Year in Review

It was a strong year for Summerville real estate in 2017. The number of homes sold increased while the number of homes on the market decreased over 2016. This strengthened the “Sellers Market” (where the number of months supply is less than 6 months.) In a Sellers Market, the buyer […]
November 6, 2017

Fun fact about Summerville – Bird Sculptures!

If you live in Summerville or have ever walked around the downtown area, you may have noticed some bird sculptures perched around here and there.  Although they may look random without plaques or any indication who sculpted them or who put them there, they are not just random.  They are […]
August 7, 2017

Three Reasons to Retire in Summerville

Word is getting out.  Summerville is becoming known as a great place to spend your retirement years. There are numerous reasons for this but let me just mention a few. One, we have a great climate with an average high of 76 degrees.  This sounds nice and all, but what […]