Kimberly Ergul moved to Savannah and instantly fell in love with the enchanting city and its rich history and culture. She soon found herself immersed in various volunteer organizations that further deepened her passion for her antebellum home.
Having studied interior design and real estate, Ergul was an asset when ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition came to Savannah, for which she was part of the committee. She also uses her knowledge of homes and their interiors to chair one of the city’s most popular home and garden tours.
Ergul, who owns her own home décor shop, Anatolia, is a member of the Historic Savannah Foundation and the Ardsley Park Garden Club. Her home, located in the Ardsley Park neighborhood, has been featured in magazines and on home tours of Savannah, and she has served on the Ardsley Park Neighborhood Association board for several years.
Ergul actively participates in beautification and preservation projects throughout the Low Country. She, her husband, and their daughter enjoy their historic neighborhood and all of the beauty Savannah has to offer.