However, Summerville is largely a residential community known for its affluent residents and large, standalone, single-family homes. Adding to the unique nature of this community, these homes range in architectural style including Greek, Gothic, Spanish, and more.
Augusta has a subtropical climate, meaning the summers are hot and extremely humid while the winters are a bit more mild with little snowfall and only some chance of freezing rain. Spring and fall months tend to be more moderate in this Georgia city.
Thankfully, much of Summerville has well-maintained sidewalks to keep you and Fido off the roads while out walking. Additionally, there are plenty of mature, large trees throughout the neighborhood which are great for providing much needed shade during those humid, summer months.
The boundaries of Summerville are not linear, but include Sand Hills and Augusta National Golf Club to the north, Harrisburg, West End, and Midtown to the east, a complex of medical centers to the south, and Forest Hills to the west.
Thankfully, there are a few nearby parks in adjacent neighborhoods. These include King Park, Pendleton King Park, Westover Memorial Park, Big Oak Park, Chafee Park, Lake Olmstead Park, Carrie J. Mays Park, and Doughty Park. There are also quite a few nearby golf courses.
The nearest dog park is only one mile to the south of Summerville's southern border. Pendleton King Park's Bark Park has two fenced-in sections, one for smaller breeds and one for larger, making a perfect stop for any pooch!