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|Water Mill||Water Mill||$1,751,000||3||4||2,600||Traditional|
|471 Magee Street||Southampton||$1,320,000||3||3||1,800||Traditional|
|11 Huckleberry Lane||East Hampton||$975,000||4||2.5||2,800||Condo / Co-op|
|35 Jonathan Drive||East Hampton||$915,000||3||2||2,156||Contemporary|
|38 Stoney Hill Road||Sag Harbor||$470,000||3||1||1,200||Traditional|
Sharon Kerr summered in the Hamptons, enjoying sailing out of Dering Harbor, riding horses in Bridgehampton and painting the sunsets over Peconic Bay from her family’s porch. The beauty of the Hamptons drew her to move permanently to the area after graduating from Skidmore College with a degree in Art and Art Education. She lived in Sag Harbor, then ultimately in Southampton where she currently resides and enjoys helping clients find homes and investments that suit their unique needs. You can be assured of Sharon’s thorough knowledge of the Hamptons and ability to find the right home for you as she has years of experience in investing in many properties in the Hamptons.
Sharon has always given back to the community, as a Founding Member and Trustee of Grace Presbyterian Church, and active in fundraising for many organizations including The Southampton Hospital Annual Summer Gala, The Southampton fresh Air Home, American Heart Association, Parrish Art Museum, and the Southampton Animal Shelter; and in New York: The Wildlife Conservation Society and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sharon currently sits on the Board of Directors as Secretary of a private Charitable Fund that assists dozens of other Southampton community service organizations.
- Class of 1980 Skidmore College
- 1 Years in Certified Buyer Representative
- 25 Years in Art
- EHIT League Champion - January 2008
- 2014 Multi-Million Dollar Club
- Corcoran Cares
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Southampton Bath and Tennis Club