A native New Yorker, Marina T. Schindler was born and raised in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Having lived her entire life in New York City, Marina moved 8 years ago to the desirable neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where she has developed close relationships with local business owners and influential residents. These longstanding relationships inform her knowledge of the driving trends that come to shape a neighborhood and its surrounding communities.
With over 13 years of experience in the fashion and art worlds, Marina provides her clients with a unique view of the real estate market, marrying her intimate knowledge of New York with a keen eye for luxury and design. Her strong background in the arts as a stylist and fine art curator has emboldened her ability to effectively stage luxury properties thus maximizing their value, meeting the highest marketing standards and achieving maximum exposure.
Marina joins Compass after a successful career as a curator and advocate for individual collectors and artists around the world. She is a trustworthy partner who will represent her clients' interests from viewing to close, which makes the experience of looking for an apartment or ideal investment opportunity a thoughtfully targeted process. Marina's passion for real estate, intuitive knowledge of the city and superior work ethic puts her ahead of the curve in real estate trends. This edge, coupled with her personal attention and an astute understanding of an individual's criteria -whether selling or searching for a new home -- are what define her client relationships.
Lightning Tree Farm, Millbrook, New York
- Main Manor built in 1850
- 17,900 SF
- 618 Acres
- 9 Bedrooms
- 8.5 Bathrooms
- Movie Theater
- Wine Cellar
- Formal Dining Room
- 18 Stall Horse Stable and Riding Ring
- Four Additional Houses on the Property
The Rumsey-Harriman Estate
Designed in 1928 by McKim, Mead & White, the greatest architects of their time and designers of 998 Fifth Avenue, the White House, and dozens of New York landmarks, the now fully restored French-Normandy style main house embodies an elegant and grand heritage, while appealing to the discerning buyer with its updated, modern amenities. While grand in scale, this property is unique in its propensity for warmth and intimacy. Set majestically on 5.3 spectacular waterfront acres, and a mere 29 miles from Downtown Manhattan, 235 Middle Neck Road is one of the most iconic and significant residences on the North Shore of Long Island.
Co-exclusive with Daniel Gale | Sothebys
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