As a graduate of FIT, Treacy worked in the fashion industry while living in NYC. Managing a high end flagship store on Madison Avenue, Treacy developed a keen eye for design and customer service. Combining Treacy's education and her success in sales and management, a career in real estate was a natural fit. Treacy's real estate career started in 2018 for Saunders & Associates.
Born and raised in East Hampton, her extensive knowledge of the area is a decided asset to her real estate customers and clients. This coupled with her eye for design and staging, helps to optimize sales results.
After a successful career in the city, Treacy returned to her roots and now resides in East Hampton where she is raising her two boys. Outside the office she loves to spend time with her friends and family at the beaches she grew up on.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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