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Welcome to the Best Place to Live in Summerville

Welcome to the Best Place to Live in Summerville

A little about us...

Newington Plantation Estates is located in the heart of Summerville, just minutes away from shopping and dining with easy access to Bacon’s Bridge Road and Main Street. Originally part of a 3,000 acre plantation owned by Daniel Axtell and the Axtell family. You’ll find many historical influences on our street names as you read through the history of Newington Plantation. 
This site is maintained by the Newington Plantation Estates Association HOA non-profit and is the best place to stay up to date on the latest news and information that affects our neighborhood. You’ll find information on our Covenants and By Laws, the Neighborhood Amenities, our neighborhood Newsletter and more.
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Fall HOA (Election) Meeting

The Fall NPEA Meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 23, 2023, at 7 pm, at the Newington school cafeteria.

This will be an important meeting where homeowners will be asked to vote for NPEA Board officers.

Our current president and vice-president, Randy Sadler and Mark LaVigne, are not running for reelection, so we will definitely need people to step up and run for an office. If you want to run for any of the six elected Board positions, contact any Board member before the meeting and your name will be included in a slate of candidates presented at the meeting. As a second option, you can have your name nominated from the floor at the meeting.

If you cannot attend on Monday, you can vote via Proxy Vote. Simply download the sample proxy document below and make your vote selection(s). You must sign in front of a witness or notary and turned in to the secretary or president at least 24 hours prior to the start of the HOA meeting.