- The wonderful culture and abundance of festivals leave little to be desired when living downtown. Georgia loves going to the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition events. "Animals truly hold a special place in my heart and this event showcases the beauty of wildlife and nature." The annual Wine and Food Festival, Piccolo Spoleto and Spoleto Festival USA held in the Spring and Summer are not to be missed.
- Downtown is known for its southern hospitality and pet friendly atmosphere. Georgia loves taking her dogs Amadeus and Spud to White Point Gardens or The Horse lot to exercise and play South of Broad. "Second Sunday also offers pet friendly fun with the bonus of shopping too." If you are looking to dine somewhere with your furry friends, Georgia's recommendations include Brown Dog Deli in the French Quarter, Fuel, or Hominy Grill in Cannonborough, Kitchen 208 on King Street, and Leon’s Oyster Shop on Upper King.
- The Gaillard Center and the Dock Street Theater are Georgia’s go-to places for a beautiful performance. "The Gaillard is like a European Opera House in beauty and acoustics. The Charleston Stage under the fine guidance of Julian Wiles is doing a wonderful job. The performances are spectacular!" Enjoy a fun family outing at The Joe Riley Ball Park; her grandchildren (Belle pictured above) love the hotdogs. Last, but certainly not least Georgia insists you must go to St. Philips Church Team Room help in April. "You will have the best okra soup and desserts ever. And, it’s to raise money for missions."
Georgia Bell is a known hard worker - among many honors and awards, she has been named a REALTOR® of Distinction by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors for the past 12 years.
If you are looking to buy or sell anywhere in Charleston give Georgia Bell a call.
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