Originally from Atlanta, Catherine Cobb has always had a deep respect for everything southern. She was drawn to Charleston as it offers great quality of life, and she is inspired daily by the beauty of the city's landscape, light, topography, history, architecture, and people.
Catherine comes from a real estate family where the enthusiasm for getting deals done was contagious and addictive. Prior to moving to Charleston, she built a successful career in Atlanta where she worked in residential real estate sales for one of the city’s top firms. She has previously spent time in the Northeast, receiving her Bachelor of Fine Art from Parsons School of Design in New York City and her Masters in Fine Art in Photography from Yale University in New Haven, CT. She found her true passion in residential real estate as it merges her creative visions, producer mindset, and competitive nature to get the best outcomes for her clients.
The southern traditions, architecture, history and values in Charleston have made Catherine feel at home in the city, and she feels extremely grateful and privileged to live here. She strives to be a compassionate, intuitive, and skilled problem solver, with a fierce advocacy for her clients needs and desires.
Catherine currently lives in the Old Village neighborhood of Mount Pleasant with her dog, Penny. She is an enthusiastic and highly competitive racket sports player (specifically doubles hardball squash, tennis and pickleball) and competes across the country in tournaments.
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FAVORITE STREET IN CHARLESTON Tradd Street
FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN CHARLESTON Fig
FAVORITE ACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF WORK Satsang yoga--Jeffrey & Andrea are world class teachers with a wealth of knowledge. Also, any racket sportsl
FAVORITE LOCAL PRODUCT Christina Jervey jewelry
FAVORITE ANNUAL EVENT Actually, it is monthly, but the Full Moon sound bath with Arlyn Ruddy at Satsang Yoga. Charleston has amazing resources for personal growth.
MUST-SEE SPOT IN CHARLESTON Having an afternoon wine and cheese picnic at the Pitt Street bridge in the Old Village