Summerville

    Summerville Augusta

    Summerville

    The locals commonly refer to Summerville as “The Hill.” Built in the 1780s, this affluent residential area lies northwest of downtown Augusta and is the site of many historic homes and buildings. In the 1800s, The Patridge Inn, Bon Air Hotel, and luxurious golf courses attracted wealthy northerners, politicians, and even U.S. Presidents to spend winters in the mild Georgia climate. This history and charm remains today, and the area continues to thrive as a wonderful neighborhood to raise your family. Here you will find tree-lined streets and a variety of architecture styles including Greek, Italianate, Spanish, Gothic, and more. The Patridge Inn is still open, and is a popular attraction during the Masters Golf Tournament each year. Summerville joined the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and is home to Georgia Regents University.