A New Jersey native and current resident of Mendham, Allison grew up in Montclair and also lived in Summit, Madison and Chester. Her lifelong love of all things equestrian has enabled her to specialize in horse-friendly towns throughout Hunterdon, Morris and Somerset Counties. She has experience in competitive riding and has worked for the United States Equestrian Team as well as vets, blacksmiths and tack shops.
Allison graduated from Drew University in 1995 and became a Realtor in 2001 shortly after she and her husband Brian purchased their first home in Summit. She enjoyed the house hunting process so much that she marketed and sold homes in Summit and the surrounding towns. Allison and her husband became avid renovators, enjoying the pride of do-it-yourself projects as they upgraded their own homes. Once their family grew to include three sons, they moved to Chester. During this time, Allison kept her license active and directed various home staging and renovation projects. Today, she is a design enthusiast with a wealth of hands-on experience in home restorations, which allows her to imagine the potential in any property.
The active life appeals to Allison, who shares her love of sports and the outdoors with her family. They are involved with The Seeing Eye Institute in Morristown, even raising a puppy for the organization. Free time is spent golfing, playing tennis, fishing, sailing, surfing and visiting the beaches of Cape Cod.
If you’re looking for a high-energy, enthusiastic sales associate with an abundance of area knowledge, contact Allison. She is eager to assist you with all your real estate needs.
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