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Martha P. Gundersen Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons

With over a decade of experience at Brown Harris Stevens, Associate Broker, Martha Gundersen is a consistent top producer. She has been the number one broker in the East Hampton office since 2009. Martha has established herself as a creative and meticulous broker, closing varied and complex transactions all over the Hamptons. Most recently, she has listed “Linden House” in Water Mill, built and designed by the renowned James Michael Howard, whose “Edgefield Estate” in Bridgehampton Martha listed and sold in 2012 for $19,750,000. In June, 2013 the Wall Street Journal Real Trends recognized Martha as the #10 agent in the Hamptons and #75 nationwide. Over the years, Martha has represented numerous high-profile and well known personalities in finding their perfect Hamptons home, whether for sale or rent. A large portion of Martha’s business comes from repeat clients and referrals. Martha lives in Amagansett with her husband and two children. Both children attended the East Hampton public school; her son is now at UCLA and her daughter attends Cornell University. An active particpant in the local community, Martha regularly supports various charities, including the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF), World Wildlife Fund, Child Reach, Women for Women International, American Cancer Society and Glaucoma Research Institute. In her spare time, Martha enjoys swimming, running on Indian Wells Beach with her 3 rescue dogs and photographing all the natural beauty that surrounds her in the Hamptons.

Martha P. Gundersen Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons 631.903.6131 | direct mgundersen@bhshamptons.com Equal Housing Opportunity Broker. Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons, LLC. 27 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 • 631.324.6400

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