Walnut Farms, Summerville, SC
Just minutes from historic Charleston is Summerville, a town known and loved for its quaintness, character and family-friendly tone. Residents and visitors enjoy walking around its historic downtown district regularly, enjoying the many restaurants, independent businesses and cultural offerings that are offered.
Those looking to move to Summerville after a promising visit or two will be delighted to discover Walnut Farms, a neighborhood located just off of Dorchester Road and near Limehouse Crossroads. Far enough from the bustle of the town center to be peaceful and private but close enough to be convenient, Walnut Farms is paradise for those fortunate to call it home. As an older neighborhood, it boasts stately houses, all unique, surrounded by mature oak and pine trees. There is ample breathing room between the home sites, and many back up to water or woods.
You might say there's a certain nostalgic quality to Walnut Farms. Those visiting the neighborhood for the first time won't have trouble envisioning their own family there – children roaming its winding streets from morning until dusk, feeling safe, while mom and dad toast with a glass of southern iced tea on the porch and wave to neighbors.
Furthermore, historic Charleston is just a half hour's drive away from Walnut Farms – a world-class city renowned for arts, culture and dining. Spoleto Festival USA, Charleston's Wine + Food Festival and the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition are just a few of the reasons to visit.
Still, when it's time to go home and rest, there's no better place than Walnut Farms.