Having lived and worked in Southampton for over 35 years, Robert brings a wealth of experience in East End real estate. His sales expertise has been honed with an intimate knowledge of Southampton properties spanning 4 decades and a degree in Interior Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design. Steady growth in his business across the years led to an impressive single property sale of $36 million in 2015, for which Robert was honored as one of the top 1,000 brokers by the Wall Street Journal. He continues to provide consistently exceptional service to his clients by ensuring they are educated with all the crucial and up-to-date market information necessary. Of English ancestry, Robert grew up in Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. Family ties in New York led to a discovery of the Hamptons in 1980 where he sold his first home. He is a fully-licensed Associate Broker, specializing in the Southampton, New York region, and has restored his own historic home in Southampton Village. An appreciation of modernist architecture has led to visits of significant homes both in the United States and abroad. An accomplished artist in both painting and photography, Robert’s work has been exhibited in Southampton and East Hampton. Robert has also worked on support benefits for local Animal Rescue funds. One of his large canine sculptures entitled “Eddie” is on permanent display at the Southampton Village Dog Park. A blog of his photography can be viewed at RMLhamptons.com.
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