Virginia wants to be your “boots on the ground” on the East End, connecting you with the balance and respite provided by the rural character of Eastern Long Island. A resident of Shelter Island, she enjoys the idyllic surroundings of this island community and the easy access it provides to the Hamptons and the North Fork.
Having years of experience working around the building trades and property development, Virginia enjoys keeping pace with the latest trends in architectural design and building technology, especially as they apply to sustainably-built housing and power-grid independence. Sheis equally comfortable specifying fixtures from Restoration Hardware’s most exclusive collections or digging organic carrots at the local CSA.
Virginia continues to advocate for sustainable alternatives to suburban housing and has studied cohousing in its various forms at several locations in the Northeast. She has sponsored public informational seminars and networking opportunities to encourage co-ownership as a solution to the lack of working-class housing. Virginia also offers pro bono consulting and permit expediting to individuals around the process of creating accessory apartments and conversion of single-family to two-family dwellings.
Virginia’s business relationships are characterized by her responsiveness, clear communications and meticulous attention to detail. Driven to provide the highest level of service, Virginia persistently applies her creativity and expertise toward manifesting her clients’ vision.