Lakes of Summerville is a large and beautiful community similar to the Bridges of Summerville and Buckshire. There are single story and two story paneled homes with attached garages. It is a more recent subdivision in Summerville and has something for every resident. There is an amenities center hidden away in the community perfect for relaxation and fun with family and friends. This includes a pool and clubhouse.
Even though there is plenty to do inside the community, the Lakes of Summerville is in a great location, so there is also plenty to do outside of the community in a short distance. It is less than 20 minutes away from the Historic District of Summerville, The Shopping District in Azalea Square, and the North Charleston area. Lakes of Summerville is a great community that has something to offer for every resident.
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