Summerville, SC is twenty five miles northwest of beautiful historic Charleston and has a long and impressive history of its own in the Lowcountry. It was once known for the summer homes that coastal planters built here. Visitors from all over the country came here for their lung health as its dry, sandy soil and pine scented, turpentine-infused air were beneficial. Today, tourists come to see the antique stores and art galleries, dine in the restaurants and enjoy this birthplace of Southern sweet tea. Summerville Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places and the entire town is dedicated to being supportive of family life and community living. Residents love the many activities sponsored by the city in Azalea Park each year and the laid-back lifestyle the community enjoys.
Wescott Plantation is a 1,600 acre master planned community in Summerville that was designed with family friendly development and community living in mind. With the main entrance located on Dorchester Road by Lowes, most of the community is in Summerville but a small part is actually in the City of North Charleston. All of the development is extremely convenient to shopping centers, Summerville Medical Center, neighborhood schools (Fort Dorchester Elementary/ High School and Oakbrook Middle), and area employers such as Boeing, Naval Weapon Station, Bosch and Charleston Air Force Base.  These homes for sale in Summerville, SC were built by Ryland; Lennar; D. R. Horton; and Brentwood, Harbor and Beazer Homes.
Wescott is composed of several different subsections of neighborhoods. Each one has its own unique floor plans and focus with different price ranges. Current real estate in Wescott Plantation ranges in price from $110,000 to $350,000 for homes on .18 to .34 acre lots. Home sizes vary from townhomes with 994 square feet of living space to two story single family residences with 3366 square feet. Yards have established landscaping, beautiful trees and even adjoin ponds or Wescott’s beautiful golf course. Features of houses in the development include architectural shingle roofs, cement siding, covered patios or screened porches, trey or vaulted ceilings, garden tubs and showers, and fireplaces. Homeowners listing their houses for sale may have added hardwood floors, plantation shutters, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.  HOA dues are $350 annually
The community gathers together for activities and recreation at the neighborhood amenities, which include:

  • Wescott Plantation Golf Course: 27 tree lined holes of golf on three nine-hole golf courses-Oak Forest, Burn Kill and Black Robin
  • Large driving range
  • Practice putting learning center
  • 12,000 square foot Clubhouse
  • On course shelters and restrooms
  • Pro shop
  • Full service Restaurant
  • Meeting Space
  • Two swimming pools, one of them Junior Olympic size
  • Play Park
  • Sidewalks and Walking Trails
  • Boat Storage
  • Pool Cabana: may be rented for parties and get-togethers

The Fort Dorchester Elementary School is actually in Wescott Plantation, so children can walk to school. Charleston International Airport is a short drive away. Wescott is also close to major state highways and interstates.  For amenities, home sizes and features, neighborliness and convenience, Wescott Plantation cannot be beat. Residents love their homes, community and small town life in Summerville. Contact Lisa Richart of VIEW Properties to make your appointment to view homes in this beautiful community. Lisa can promptly assist your with all of your real estate needs.