Welcome to Mayberry at FieldView

Can you picture front porches, neighbors gathering to chat, architecture reminiscent of years gone by? This small, quaint new neighborhood sits adjacent to the Gahagan Park Sports Complex.

FieldView streetscape

The first five homes were built by well-respected and award winning Simonini Builders. New lowcountry style homes now under construction are by Manorhouse Builders and you can find new Craftsman style homes by D.R. Horton. You can also bring your own builder and have your plan approved for a special wooded lot you pick out. All of this charm complete with ponds and fountains is just a five minute drive to the main historic section of Summerville, Azalea Park, or ten minutes to the newer shopping areas in any direction you go.

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Seabrook Island

Seabrook Island has got to be Greater Charleston’s most enigmatic community. It is a true resort community known best for being Kiawah Island’s next door neighbor and is one of the most internationally recognized Islands in South Carolina, yet it’s not even an island, and though it’s a fully guarded and gated community, it’s also… Read More

North Charleston

Even long-time locals are amazed when they are told or reminded that the city of North Charleston did not even exist before 1972.  With the scenic Ashley River on its western border and the sea-going Cooper River on the right, the city has annexed or redeveloped an extraordinary amount of prime real estate to quickly… Read More

Sullivan’s Island

In a region where coastal living and American history are the hallmarks, Sullivan’s Island is easily the compelling of all the islands of Greater Charleston. For locals, there are no finer beaches than those on Sullivan’s (aka Sully’s or Sully’s I). The views and angles are spectacular, the sands are white and broad, and the… Read More

Mount Pleasant

With the third largest population among the municipalities of Greater Charleston (5th in the state), Mount Pleasant is arguably the most popular bedroom community in South Carolina. With the major container ship facility at the Wando Port and tourism providing the bulk of its industry, most Greater Charlestonians would agree that the real business of… Read More

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