Charles J. SandersLicensed Associate Real Estate Broker
- 631.765.0500 ext. 405
Charles Sanders dedication to provide unsurpassed service as a real estate agent on the North Fork with Town & Country Real Estate is a direct reflection of his civilian and military experiences. Charles is fond of saying, "My military career has transformed my approach to serving both buyer and seller."
Engaged in the North Fork real estate field since 1999, first as a sales associate then as an owner broker, he has an impressive wealth of knowledge that he draws upon to ensure that he provides precision marketing for sellers and disciplined planning for buyers searching for their dream home or investment.
Charles' military career began as an Enlisted Marine serving during the First Gulf War and then he transitioned into the Army National Guard as a commissioned officer after the events of 9/11. He volunteered and deployed twice to Afghanistan, first in 2010 as the Battle Captain for 1-172 Calvary located in Vermont and then as Battle Captain in 2012 with A Company Brigade Special Troops Battalion located in Lockport, New York.
He most recently returned from a deployment to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 2015 where he served as the Future Operations Officer for the Joint Task Force detainee operation. While serving in Cuba Charles also attainted his PADI Master Scuba Diver certification.
Continuing with his commitment to public service he is the Commander of the American Legion Post 803 in Southold where he is proud to support the four pillars of the American Legion that include assisting with Veteran Affairs and rehabilitation, national security, youth programs, and the promotion of Americanism.
In 2012, he successfully ran for public office and was elected to a four-year-term as a Southold Town Trustee. He strives to ensure the protection of our precious bays, creeks and ponds for generations to come.
Charles is now excited to transition back to civilian life where he is dedicated to provide unsurpassed service to buyers and sellers here on the North Fork.