Chris is an established broker with a special connection to the land, having grown up on a farm in Woodstock, Vermont. He has experienced great success in his real estate career with numerous major sales in the region including the highest residential sale ever recorded in Vermont at $18 million.
Chris credits his grandfather with providing him with sound direction in life: to get the best education possible and know a trade. He graduated from Bowdoin College in Maine and later received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, IL. Along the way he learned carpentry and built a spec home in East Hampton, Long Island, gained valuable sales experience selling ad space for national magazines in Manhattan; worked in strategic planning for both Microsoft in Redmond, Washington and Anderson Consulting (Accenture) in Chicago. All the while, Vermont was never far from his thoughts, so after 20 years, he returned to the Upper Valley in 2003 and lives in Norwich, VT with his wife Carole and three sons Henry, Charlie and Johnny. In his spare time, Chris loves to spend time in the Vermont wilderness. He also coaches the Hanover High Alpine Ski Team and is a former Trustee of the Upper Valley Land Trust.
Chris has been practicing real estate in the greater Woodstock area since 2005. He currently serves on the Government Affairs Committee for the Vermont Association of Realtors (VAR) and is Vice President of the Windsor County Board of Realtors.
Notable transactions since January 2015 include:
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