After Thanksgiving, skip the craziness of Black Friday and shop local on Saturday, Nov. 24! Small Business Saturday is a day for dedicating a portion of holiday shopping to local, independently owned small businesses. This is easy to do near Garden Street by Windsong Properties. Located in Woodstock, the community of ranch homes is walking distance to trendy downtown stores that are packed with the perfect gifts!
Looking for one-of-a-kind items? Stores like the Collective Co-Op, Blue Frog Imports, Christine’s Creations, Woodstock Art & Glass, Threads and Antiques by Samson & Delilah have got you covered. Find festive décor, candles, furniture, vintage aprons, handmade jewelry, books, clothing, funky accessories, art and so much more.
After finding presents for everyone on your list, eat at one of the delicious downtown restaurants. Century House Tavern, Freight Kitchen & Tap, J. Christoper’s and Pure Taqueria are just a few places to entertain your taste buds. From traditional favorites to energetic Mexican dishes, there is something for everyone.
Like shopping and eating downtown? You can live there too! Tour Garden Street to see why it’s the place to live in Woodstock. Priced from the mid $200,000s, the community offers two floor plans. The Gardenia has 2,044 square feet, three bedrooms, two baths, a two-car garage and an optional bonus room. With 2,034 square feet, the Primrose plan includes three bedrooms, two baths, a two-car garage, basement and optional basement bathroom. Garden Street is low maintenance, giving homeowners more time to shop and have fun downtown.
For more information on Woodstock’s small businesses, go to www.whatsupwoodstock.com. To find out more about Garden Street, call Beth Jones, the on-site agent, at 770-516-3678. Also, visit www.windsonglife.com.