Welcome to this Absolutely Stunning Home Located Deep in The Vineyards at Summerfield! This Masterpiece is Wonderfully Situated on 1.67 Acres of Flawless Landscaping Backing up to an All Wooded Area for Lots of Privacy! This Home Has Every Attention to Detail Including Superb Moldings, Incredible Trim Work & a Very Flowing Floor Plan for Super Comfortable Living! Main Level Primary Suite w/Fireplace & Rear Deck Access Overlooks the Landscaped Pool & Gazebo Area w/Firepit--all Fully Fenced! Stunning Kitchen w/Top of the Line SS Appliances! Large Island Area w/Lots of Cabinetry & Counter Space Plus Hidden Walk In Pantry that will Amaze You! Massive Great Room w/Custom Built Ins + 2 Story Fireplace & Intricate Ceilings Make this Room an Awesome Place to Entertain! Upper Level Contains Multiple Bedrooms All w/Full Baths + Office & Bonus Rm. Areas! Finished Basement w/In Law Suite Contains a Bedroom & Full Bath + Full Kitchen! Lower Level Also Has Game Room, Theater Room & Exercise Rm!
Community - Summerfield
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Summerfield is a suburb of Greensboro with a rapidly increasing population. Boasting a rich heritage and lively present-day culture, Summerfield is “Respectful of the Past; Focused on the Future.”
Summerfield is a prosperous community with a median income more than twice the state median. Real estate trends match the town’s solid income levels, as the median home price in Summerfield is well above that of both the state and nation. You will find plenty of large estates on spacious lots in Summerfield, as well as a number of new construction neighborhoods to accommodate the growing population.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Summerfield is a growing community located just minutes from the heart of Greensboro. In fact, the town is regarded as a suburb of Greensboro. As both the development and population of Summerfield have increased, it has transformed from a rural farming area into a bedroom community. The population grew by 45 percent between 2000 and 2010, jumping from 7,018 to 10,232. Summerfield is a prosperous town, with a median income more than twice the median for North Carolina. Summerfield now has easy access to nearby I-73, making the town highly accessible from different parts of the region.
Summerfield has several green spaces for recreation, including Summerfield Community Park, with an amphitheater, walking and biking trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters, fishing spots, and more. Summerfield Athletic Park has a number of athletic fields and playgrounds as well. Lake Higgins Park is a popular destination for public fishing, kayaking and paddleboarding. The town’s motto is “Respectful of the Past; Focused on the Future,” which is reflected at the annual Founders’ Day Festival, a two-day event each spring commemorating the founding of Summerfield. Learn about local history at the Historic Museum at Summerfield Town Hall, or at historic sites around town, including the Summerfield Veterans Memorial and Saunders Inn.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Summerfield has one public school within the Guilford County School System, and a number of nearby options for public education. Additionally, there are at least 20 private institutions in neighboring Greensboro. Summerfield Charter Academy is a popular charter school located in Summerfield. Summerfield contains no institutions of higher learning within its boundaries, but a reasonable commute puts many opportunities within reach. Nearby colleges and universities include Greensboro College, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and more.
English colonists settled Summerfield during the 1700s, and initially called it Bruce’s Cross Roads, after Charles Bruce, a man who built a large plantation at the crossroads of two active stagecoach routes. Historians believe George Washington spent the night in Bruce’s home in 1791 on his return north from his “Southern Tour.”
By the 1800s, the main street of town held homes, a sawmill, feed mill, and a few other businesses. Later, tobacco farms spread throughout the community, and the town was renamed Summerfield in honor of evangelist John Summerfield, who relocated to the area.
Andrew Jackson lived in Summerfield for a year before becoming the seventh president of the United States in 1829.
In 1996, Summerfield was officially incorporated after citizens rallied to stop a commercial rock quarry from construction. Today, Summerfield’s Historical Committee works tirelessly to preserve and educate about the story of Summerfield.
Approximate Distance to:
Greensboro: 12 Miles
Winston-Salem: 23.5 Miles
Piedmont Triad International Airport: 9.5 Miles
Wesley Long Hospital: 11 Miles
Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 12 Miles
US-220: Less Than 1 Mile
I-73: 9.5 Miles
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