Experienced Luxury Real Estate Agent Michela Sottile Joins Seabolt Real Estate as Realtor and Sales Associate
Seabolt Real Estate, the exclusive coastal Georgia affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, is pleased to welcome Michela Sottile as a Realtor and sales associate. In her new role, Sottile utilizes her personal experience as a long-time Savannah resident and in-depth knowledge of the local market to assist individuals buying and selling residential or commercial real estate in Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District and surrounding neighborhoods.
“Michela’s deep knowledge of Savannah’s architectural history and appreciation for the city’s vibrant culture make her an excellent addition to our team,” said Seabolt Real Estate founder Elaine Seabolt. “Our clients love the personalized attention she gives them and the efforts she makes to find a property that fits their budget as well as their lifestyle.”
Sottile brings five years of experience as a sales associate at a luxury real estate firm in Savannah. Prior to her real estate career, Sottile served as the associate sales manager for Taylor House Antiques and Galleries in Savannah and as the associate editor for the art journal The Dial. An art enthusiast and world traveler, Sottile also served as the associate director for the Hurn Museum of Contemporary Folk Art, a former Savannah art destination founded by her parents Michael and Valerie Sottile.
The sister of renowned architect and urban planner Christian Sottile, Michela Sottile has given back to the Savannah community through the Brady Street Revitalization Project and has been honored with the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation’s Leopold Adler II Historic Preservation Award, along with the rest of the Sottile family for their contributions to the city.
Seabolt Real Estate is an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate in Savannah, Ga. Known as the global authority for marketing luxury properties, Christie’s International Real Estate showcases property listings from 46 countries around the world.