2014 Top Producer BHS Sag Harbor
2013 Top Producer BHS Sag Harbor
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Though specializing in period waterfront homes Sag Harbor, Caroline is equally adept at selling modern homes, renovations new construction, throughout the East End. Whether it’s a first time home buyer or a savvy designer, Caroline knows that fundamentally every acquisition is an integral part of an investment portfolio needs to be regarded as such. Her dynamic drive comes through every transaction leaving no stone unturned working tirelessly to negotiate the best possible deal her clients.
A Long Island native, Caroline has lived in Wainscott many years. She holds an MFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design, and has spent time in London and Rome where she studied photojournalism and architectural photography. A locavore and dedicated vegetable gardener, Caroline enjoys entertaining at home as well as cycling, late-night fishing, and early-morning paddle-boarding in the bays and inlets of Sag Harbor.
5 Carver Street, Sag Harbor
Sag Harbor Village has never been a more enticing place to call home. This highly anticipated New Modern Farmhouse is the latest project by internationally published designers to come to an invigorating market where homes of this caliber are in strong demand. We've aptly named it Carver House, with a nod to the classic rural themes which inspire the design - from the standing seam metal rooflines and an industrial grey tone-on-tone board and baton siding punctuated by six over six windows, to the entertainer's dream kitchen fit for a boutique hotel.