Bonny Aarons left her successful Manhattan career in advertising and sports promotion in 1972 to embrace the unique life-style of Long Island's east end. She and her husband Mel were pioneers who helped create a lively community of Antiques Dealers by running a group shop and promoting seasonal Antiques Shows for over 25 years.
In early 1990 Bonny's interest shifted completely to real estate as an associate broker. She also managed Cook Pony Farm Amagansett office and recently resigned as manager of Douglas Elliman, East Hampton Office.
Bonny partnered with Janette Goodstein
approximately 20 years ago. Tireless in their efforts for both the buyer and seller, they combine knowledge with great instincts to negotiate successful sales. Her
status as a top producing broker coupled with her great ability to work with the most discerning customers, her specialty is matching
that high end one of a kind property with a customer who oftentimes
requires discretion along with expertise.