“Where we love is home - home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts”
Linda grew up in Bennington with four siblings in an old Victorian house. She has always been intrigued by houses new and old, with a deep respect and appreciation for the history of a home. When it came time to purchase her first home with her husband, Kevin, it was no surprise they chose what was once a one-room schoolhouse. Their second home was a converted barn and the next home was an antique farmhouse, replete with the quintessential Vermont red barn. Do you get the (correct) impression she's one of the few who actually finds moving to a new home exciting? Having grown up in the area and lived in Bennington, North Bennington, Manchester and Sunderland, she knows the area very well.
She has volunteered her time for many local non-profits, including being a School Board member, serving as town auditor, being a member of the Board of Directors of a local health center, fundraising for historic landmarks, serving on Garden Club committees, and spearheading a children’s gardening summer school course.
While working at a local Chamber of Commerce, she studied Vermont history to become a designated Certified Vermont Ambassador.
Linda is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®. She's also a Vermont Certified Vermont Master Gardener and is a passionate organic flower and vegetable gardener. Linda enjoys reading, cooking, architecture, interior design, photography, graphic design, all things real estate, and time spent with family and friends.