Adirondack Country Homes Realty Inc.
Eight Convenient offices throughout the Park!
Agent Profile ...........................................
A transplant from New Jersey, in 1974, I
followed a dream and a goal to buy property and build a home in a rural
area. The Adirondacks and a twenty five acre parcel in the Ironville
section of Crown Point became the reality of that dream. My wife and I
designed and helped to build our home and raise three children here. We
could not have been successful without the help of the good folks in our
community and those nearby. With a teaching degree in Industrial Arts
and my wife with a Fine Arts degree, we were fortunate to land jobs with
the newly established Essex County ARC. After thirty one years of
wearing hats as shop foreman, workshop coordinator, marketing director
and program director, I decided to retire and start a new venture in
My experience in home building, business and working closely with staff and customers should serve me well in my Real Estate endeavor. Honesty and good work ethics, passed down through family values, will serve my customers well.
Areas of Expertise
|My understanding of home building and developing good customer relations through follow up and follow through should serve my clients well. Perseverance and the willingness to be a good listener will be a plus.|
Why I Love the Adirondacks
Three reasons: The people, the
geography and the freedom.|
Ask your neighbor for help and he or she will be there. Forget to lock your door, not a problem. Want to be an independent or blend in, suit yourself. The people are strong, self reliant, industrious and accepting of others differences. Just give each other a little space. The geography is gorgeous, diverse and challenging. Name the outdoor recreation or hobby and we have it in the Adirondacks. Slow country walks or exhilarating climbs of the high peaks. Leisurely canoeing on a pristine pond or whitewater kayaking down the Spring rapids. The seasons allow us to experience some of the adventures and life styles of our grandparents with the modern conveniences that we choose. Adirondackers still have the freedom to live, work and play without the restrictions, fees and lines that others are accustomed to and there is no place like this six million acre park where people live; in this whole country of ours.