Maggie Merrill

Real Estate Salesperson

Maggie-MerrillMaggie’s love for the North Fork is evident the minute you meet her. Life and opportunity have enabled her to travel to and live in several places. After graduating from Fordham, Maggie’s work and travel took her to exotic and faraway places. Maggie’s fascination with real estate really took hold when she and her husband bought their first home in Southold 20 years ago. Maggie, John and their two daughters Fiona and Siobhan truly believe that the North Fork is “one of the most beautiful places on earth”!

Maggie has served on the board of Southold Library for ten years, the last 4 years as President. Maggie also generously gives her time to CAST, fundraising for Our Lady of Mercy and Mcgann -Mercy High School and is the current owner of Coast a Southold Gift Shop that features what else, but North Fork treasures!

Maggie began looking for a new career that would blend her interest in land preservation, her commitment to the community and love of the North Fork. Real estate seemed to be the most natural step in both Maggie’s professional and personal endeavors.

As a licensed New York State Salesperson Maggie strives to share her extensive knowledge of the local real estate market in a professional yet personalized manner. Her passion and enthusiasm for the North Fork shines through in everything she does; and whether you are buying or selling, you will be pleased with the level of excellence and honesty Maggie brings to the table with regard to all of your real estate needs.

Maggie knows how important it is to find the right real estate agent when you are focusing on an investment property or and as your home.  With her media background, Maggie provides personal and knowledgeable service and listens to your needs. As a consistent and unwavering professional expect thoughtful advice, guidance and honesty when you contact her. As a service industry Maggie will carefully guide buyers and sellers through a complicated process with humor and integrity.

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