Looking for a South Carolina manufactured home or modular home near Summerville, SC? Clayton Homes of Cayce proudly sells quality prefab homes in Summerville and it’s surrounding areas, like North Myrtle Beach, Bluffton, and Beaufort. We have a huge selection of factory-built home floor plans for order as well as lot model inventory for sale. If you’d like to see Summerville, SC manufactured homes for order, just click “Shop Floor Plans” below. To see our lot model inventory, click “Shop Homes For Sale”.
Interested in what it would cost to build a manufactured home in Summerville, SC? Compare the average cost of a traditional site-built home in Summerville with that of a prefab home! You’ll soon see why the purchase of a factory-built home is a great option for any homebuyer. The average cost of a manufactured home in Summerville is $70,500* with an average monthly payment (including land and site prep costs) of $632-1,264**.
*This price is only representative of the cost of home construction. The average cost of land and site prep is approximately $45,000, but varies greatly in metropolitan areas.
**This price range is based on a purchase price of $115,000 – $230,000, down payment of 3%, closing costs of $4,600 – $9,200, 30 year term, and 5% APR
Summerville, SC, also known as Flower Town in the Pines for its beautiful gardens and woodlands, is a small town with big charm. Not far from Charleston, locals know Summerville as a charming city with small-town coziness, a multitude of attractions, and world-class cuisine. If you’re looking for a South Carolina manufactured home, consider Summerville for its small-town charm and big-city amenities.
With walkable downtown districts and unique events going on all the time, we think Summerville has enough to satisfy any traveler. The town has a lot of historic character and a big claim to fame – Summerville lays claim to being the birthplace of that unmistakable Southern delicacy, sweet tea. In fact, the town was featured in the 2016 Guinness Book of World Records with the World’s Largest Sweet Ice Tea. That being said, Summerville has much more to offer, with sights and activities catering to nature lovers, history buffs, and foodies alike.