Bluegreen Announces 64th Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens

Bluegreen Corporation, a leading provider of "Colorful Places to Live and Play," has announced the 64th Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens to be held near its Charleston, South Carolina resort, The Lodge Alley Inn, from March 17 through April 16, 2011.

The Charleston Festival of Houses and Gardens provides festival attendees with opportunities to tour the private homes and gardens that contribute to Charleston’s historic elegance. Tours vary each day, and feature 7 to 10 properties in one of eleven historic neighborhoods. Periods seen within the neighborhoods, homes and gardens include the antebellum and Victorian eras up to the early 20th century.

Often labeled “a city set in a garden,” Charleston hosts the festival during the city’s peak blooming season. Other than festival tours, the city hosts an antique show, oyster roast, period concerts, boat cruises and wine tastings.

Bluegreen’s Charleston resort, The Lodge Alley Inn, is located in the heart of the city on East Bay Street, and is a charming a collection of 18th century warehouses that have been restored to modern, comfortable vacation villas. Its downtown Charleston location makes it an ideal place to stay when vacationing in the city and attending the 64th Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens.

"We here at Bluegreen welcome visitors who attend the festival each year. The Lodge Alley Inn boasts a prime location that makes walking to the festival convenient and enjoyable,” said Gregory L. Overmier, CMCA, General Manager of The Lodge Alley Inn.

Founded in 1966 and headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Bluegreen Corporation is the leader in providing "Colorful Places to Live and Play" through its vacation ownership resort and residential real estate business segments. The company's 3,500 employees are passionate about delivering extraordinary experiences its owners and guests. Since 1996,

Rent a Charleston timeshare and experience the beauty and bounty of a South Carolina spring at the 64th Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens.

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