The Ponds

This is a special place to call home in Summerville!

From historic downtown Summerville, travel Hwy. 17A south (not to be confused with Hwy. 17 which is closer to the coastline)  and you’ll find the entrance to The Ponds just before the Dorchester Road intersection.  Summerville is an authentic Southern town where you can still enjoy the simple pleasures of life without giving up modern amenities, services and a quality education.

Many builders are currently showcasing their talents and are ready to give you the keys to your new home. Builders like Sabal Homes, H.H. Hunt, and David Weekley Homes to name just a few. Consisting of new custom single-family homes, townhomes, and custom homesites, The Ponds features distinctive Lowcountry charm.

The natural setting of this community features moss-draped oaks that line the streets to create a Lowcountry feel. The waterfront amphitheatre and village center bring neighbors together. The old homestead serves as a gathering place for social events and the pool is a gorgeous place to enjoy our tropical weather and hook up with neighbors. And serene, wooded landscapes provide unlimited opportunities for recreation. You’ll find ample space for a neighborhood football game just beyond the pool area.

The brand new YMCA is at the entrance to The Ponds and how convenient! Future plans include a school and retail shops within the neighborhood. Nature. Nurture. Neighborhood. That’s the philosophy of The Ponds!

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