Marguerite Davidowicz, a licensed real estate salesperson at Town & Country Real Estate in the Bridgehampton Office, has a deep love for the Hamptons that began in her childhood when she went camping in Montauk and continued when she worked there during her college years. As a lifelong painter, she was drawn to the Hamptons' bucolic and abundant settings, from seascapes to farm fields. Marguerite's dream of living in the area came true when she and her husband bought and renovated a 100-year-old Victorian home in Amagansett, sparking her interest in the Hamptons' history, homes, and community.
Marguerite is involved in various community activities, including being a founding Board Member of the Children's Museum of the East End, a Board member, and a past president of the Amagansett Village Improvement Society. She is also a volunteer and board member at the East Hampton Food Pantry. Prior to joining Town & Country, Marguerite was a nursery school teacher and was beloved by both the children she taught and their parents.
Marguerite's extensive local knowledge, research skills, and keen intellect make her uniquely qualified to represent home buyers and sellers in the ever-changing world of Hamptons real estate. She is a reliable source of information on local events, the latest regulations affecting properties on the east end, and home sales statistics. Marguerite has created a vast network of friends, contacts, acquaintances, local merchants, and resources due to living almost all her adult life in the Hamptons. Applying her knowledge with adept sales and negotiation skills, Marguerite is sure to help clients achieve their real estate objectives. Her customers and fellow realtors admire her for her patience, honesty, and kindness.
Marguerite Davidowicz studied Fine Art at Purchase College and Art Education at LIU Southampton. She, her husband, and their three sons lived in Amagansett for 25 years and now live in East Hampton. Marguerite is an avid reader and enjoys spending time with family taking advantage of the beauty of the East End.