Marguerite Davidowicz, licensed real estate salesperson at Town & Country Real Estate in the Bridgehampton Office, fell in love with the Hamptons as a child camping in Montauk, and then working summers on the East End as a college student. A lifelong painter, Marguerite was drawn to the bucolic and abundant settings from seascapes to farm fields. Realizing her dream of living here, Marguerite and her husband purchased and completely renovated a 100-year-old Victorian home in Amagansett, sparking her interest in the history, homes and community of the Hamptons.
Marguerite is a founding Board Member of the Children's Museum of the East End, Board member, and past president of the Amagansett Village Improvement Society and East Hampton Food Pantry volunteer. Prior to joining Town & Country, Marguerite spent many years as a nursery school teacher, beloved by both the children she taught, and their parents.
With her vast local knowledge, love of research, and keen intellect, Marguerite is uniquely qualified to represent both home buyers and sellers in the ever-changing world of Hamptons real estate. She is a constant and reliable resource on local events, the latest regulations effecting properties on the east end, and home sales statistics, Having lived here almost all her adult life, Marguerite has created a network of friends, contacts, acquaintances, local merchants and resources, not to be matched. Applying this knowledge with her adept sales and negotiation skills, Marguerite is certain to help you achieve your real estate objectives. Known for her patience, honesty and kindness, Marguerite is a pleasure to work with and admired by her customers and fellow realtors.
Marguerite studied Fine Art at Purchase College and Art Education at LIU Southampton. Marguerite, her husband and 3 sons lived in Amagansett for 25 years, recently re-locating to East Hampton. Marguerite is an avid reader, and enjoys spending time with her husband and very active boys surfing, swimming and enjoying the beauty of the East End.