Nan was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey, but she has visited the East End every summer since she was sixteen. After graduating from Tufts University in 1987, she spent twenty years in the motion picture industry as a literary scout and creative executive. Nan had always been deeply interested in the real estate business, and she got her license in 2006, joining Saunders in 2010. She lives in Manhattan and Sag Harbor with her husband of 21 years, their three sons, three dogs and four cats.
Nan's favorite things about the Hamptons include "the people," "the beaches" and "the calm of the water." She considers herself "a house whisperer," and explains that "every house tells a story, and I love searching for that perfect ending."
Licensed Associate RE Broker as Nanette M. Shipley
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