Summerfield is a town just north of Greensboro. Summerfield is easily accessable via 220 North (which is known as Battleground Avenune within Greensboro city limits), north on Lake Brandt Road or north on Church Street.
Summefield's town center is near the intersection of Route 220 and 150 West. Just make a left on 150 while traveling north on 220 and the Town Hall will be on your right at the next intersection. Map of Summerfield.
The town of Summerfield incorporated in 1995 and celebrates each May with a Founder's Day weekend. The highlight of the weekend is a parade and a fair.
Summerfield is home a beautiful new Summerfield Community Park with paved walking paths, picnic pavilions and playgrounds. Bring your fishing pole and try your luck at catching dinner!
Summerfield also has three of the newest, state-of-the-art schools in the Guilford County School System: Northern Elementary, Northern Middle and Northern High. Some Summerfield students also attend highly-regarded Summerfield Elementary, Northwest Middle and Northwest High. Summerfield Elementary is currently undergoing some major additions, thanks to a recent school construction bond.
Many homes in Summerfield are along the rural roads nestled beside pastures and open space. There are also many neighborhoods including Henson Forest, Henson Farms, The Vineyards and Armfield. There are also several wonderful neighborhoods located outside of the Summerfield limits but still in close proximity of Summerfield, such as Ridgewood.
In 2011, homes in Summerfield that sold ranged in price from $33,820 up to $1,650,000. Check out the full report below.
Homes Sold in Summerfield, NC in 2011
- Number of Homes Sold: 145
- Average List Price: $381,556
- Average Sold Price: $358,034
- Average Sold Price/List Price Ratio: 93.8%
- Average Days on Market: 118