Lindsay Stavola is a member of The Stavola Team, along with her father Dan and mother Julie. They are a second generation Montauk family; Dan and Julie raised their four children in Montauk. All of them are deeply connected to the community. Lindsay's technology expertise and her social media prowess, along with negotiating and leadership skills are a tremendous asset to her family team.
A sharp thinking broker and an aggressive athlete, Lindsay played Lacrosse at Skidmore College as well as playing field hockey at East Hampton High School. She was unanimously voted to an All-Liberty First Team and also set a Skidmore single season record for points scored. Her business acumen and high-energy personality are appreciated by her clients, friends and family.
Lindsay's parents have significant expertise in Montauk real estate. They have been brokering in Montauk for 20 years, and in addition have built and sold 10 custom homes together. Currently they have projects underway in Montauk, including a beautiful ocean view modern on Beech Street.
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