After moving to Landfall in 1990 from Alexandria, Virginia, I was excited to begin working at Landfall. With my love of southern classic homes, Landfall provided the perfect venue for helping friends and customers from all over the United States develop their dream home here in Coastal North Carolina. My husband and I always knew that we would end up at Wrightsville Beach, a childhood vacation spot for my family beginning in the early 1950’s. After looking at Landfall, we realized that Landfall offered the best of all worlds, close to the beach, but in a more permanent home community and a wonderful place to raise our daughter. The beautiful and unique architectural styles found here have expanded the Landfall community far beyond just a charming traditional neighborhood. My spare time is spent entertaining, decorating, shopping for treasures, and training Paddington, our chocolate Labrador retriever, and his younger twin, Lizzie, our 2 year old Jack Russell Terrier.
My community endeavors have included the Landfall Architectural Review Board, teaching a real estate class at UNCW’s Cameron School of business, a term on the Wilmington Board of Realtors and various committees and community events.
Living in Landfall is great, but living and working in Landfall is even better. Even with our busy work schedules, I find the time to enjoy all the amenities the Port City has to offer. I am very involved in my church and I fish as much as possible. Over the years, many of our family members have moved to Wilmington. Now my wife and I feel like we have the best of all worlds.
My association with Landfall dates back to the early 1990’s, shortly after the community’s founding. Fresh out of UNC-Wilmington, I was hired as Sports Coordinator at The Drysdale Sports Center. I worked there for almost 4 years, later joining the Landfall Realty team where I’ve had the privilege of helping hundreds of families fulfill their dreams at one of the country’s premier private communities.
The single best feeling in real estate is when one of your clients makes a point of telling you how much they appreciate your help in making one of the best decisions of their lives. I’ve had this happen numerous times, and believe me, it never gets old!
I know first-hand what a special place Landfall is. I owned a home here for 10 years, and my two daughters grew up here and absolutely loved the great lifestyle and amenities. My girls continue to enjoy all the offerings of the club including the Kid’s Club activities, Camp Landfall, the expansive gym and pool amenities as well as the world class golf and tennis facilities. I’m always excited to tell new families about this wonderful community and to help them begin a new chapter of their lives at Landfall.
I am very active in the Wilmington community with my children’s schools, teaching Sunday school, and serving on the Board of the Friends of UNCW. I have 20 years of real estate experience, and I have spent several of those specializing in relocation. I truly enjoy helping both buyers and sellers and would love to assist you with your real estate needs as well!
For those seeking the country club lifestyle, I can help navigate both your club and home needs as I have intimate knowledge of the many membership options and can help you get involved with a group of new friends with similar interests.
My husband Andy and I have two girls; Lauren (19) and Taylor (8) along with two crazy dogs, Maui and Tyler. Our family enjoys Wilmington to its fullest- boating, learning about sea life while stand-up paddle boarding or kayaking, attending all the fun activities at UNCW, and visiting historic downtown… just to name a few. Wilmington is a wonderful place to relocate, retire or raise a family, and there is truly something for everyone of every age.
I look forward to working together to find the new home or 2nd home of your dreams.