After 25 years of selling real estate in Healdsburg, any of Ann’s clients will tell you how much she loves her job. Her enthusiasm for real estate is infectious. Clients choose to work with Ann, because of her knowledge and level of professionalism. She makes each real estate transaction a smooth, pleasurable experience. Ann is consistently a top producer in the Healdsburg market, and has won numerous awards for her sale’s volume. She has been featured in local publications including The Press Democrat, Healdsburg Living & The Healdsburg Tribune.
Ann’s wine country lifestyle is a dream come true. She moved from Chicago (Oak Park) to work on the Pacific Coast stock exchange in San Francisco. During her years of entertaining co-workers from Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, she discovered Sonoma County and specifically the Dry Creek Valley. When Ann started her family, she moved to Healdsburg and sold real estate for seven years. She then segued into the wine business where she learned about vineyards, wine production, and marketing. Returning to real estate sales in 2003, her background ranges from counseling first-time homebuyers to negotiating complicated issues involving land sales, vineyards, and winery permitted properties. She is known for her expertise, accessibility and connections within the community. She passionately supports local non-profits including Reach For Home, The Healdsburg Educational Foundation, Healthcare Foundation, Farm to Pantry, Alexander Valley Film Festival, Healdsburg Center for the Arts, Healdsburg Jazz Festival & many more.
Ann has helped hundreds of sellers and buyers with luxury, country, vineyard, historic and commercial property transactions. When Ann isn’t immersed in real estate you can find her hiking on one of the local trails, hosting family and friends at her favorite restaurants or partaking in Healdsburg’s many festivities. After living in Healdsburg for over 30 years, Ann’s favorite line is: “When you move here, you’re not just buying property; you’re buying into a community.”