This stately home conveniently located in beautiful Summerville is a dream come true. The incredible curb appeal of this home will only tempt you to explore further. You ...
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Ashborough East is a tranquil community recognized for its unique qualities. The well established community offers beautiful landscaping, with the area being surrounded by mature trees. The maintained and upscale community takes pride in the natural landscape that has been preserved for decades. The natural appeal of the community has been the source of it being called one of Summerville’s most prestigious neighborhoods.
Ashborough East offers large, estate style traditional homes. This community was developed during the 1980s, with additional homes built during the 1990s. These charming homes are brick-sided and feature large yards and long driveways. Most of these homes are 4 – 5 bedrooms and 2500 – 3500 square feet. One aspect of these homes that makes them stand out among newer communities is the enormous front yard that pushes the house back onto the lot and away from the street. The community is zoned for students to attend the sought-after Flowertown Elementary School or Beech Hill Elementary School (depending on address), Gregg Middle School, and Ashley Ridge High School.
Ashborough East is located directly across from Ashborough, off of Dorchester Road. This location puts the community within 4 miles of downtown Summerville and 10 miles west of North Charleston, the state’s leader in retail sales for over 20 consecutive years. Nearby attractions include Colonial Dorchester State Historical Site, Magnolia Gardens, Middle Place, and the Flowertown Festival.