About the Hassler Team
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Lisa Hassler

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Lisa, along with her husband and three children, lives in an historic Sandwich home, built for workers of the Boston and Sandwich Glass Factory. She specializes in historic real estate and has a bachelors degree in interior design. This enables her to recognize and highlight those unique architectural features, like gunstock corners and parson's cupboards, that make an older home special. Lisa belongs to a variety of local and national preservation organizations such as: National Trust for Historic Preservation, Historic New England, Trustees of the Reservation, Thornton Burgess Society and Heritage Museums and Gardens. Lisa serves on the Sandwich Historical Commission and the Community Preservation Committee. She is a member of the Cape and Islands Association of Realtors, as well as the Massachusetts and National Association of Realtors. Through the resources provided by these organizations, she continues to educate herself about issues relating to historic preservation and real estate in general. Lisa enjoys blogging about issues of interest to old home enthusiasts here, and maintains this website especially targeted for those looking for an antique homes.

Lisa enjoys taking advantage of all that Cape Cod has to offer, including kayaking in the marsh creeks, attending local plays and music venues, and walking along the beach with her mini-schnauzer, Hazel (who won best kisser at Sandwich fest!).

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Deb Crowell

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Deb was exposed to the uniqueness of historic homes as a young child. She visited many historic sites with her history loving parents, from Colonial Williamsburg to Hancock Shaker Village to Charleston, SC. Deb was bit by the old house bug when her brother bought an untouched 1776 colonial in Salem, MA. She and her husband Tom subsequently bought their first antique home in Newburyport, MA, a seaport town that is comprised of hundreds of historic homes and a restored federal period downtown.

She is now working on restoring another antique in Cummaquid, a quaint “sub-village” of Barnstable Village, using the expertise gained from both her Newburyport project and the restoration of a 1773 Georgian in Sudbury, MA. Deb continues her avocation through membership to Historic Homes New England and the National Trust for Historic Preservation as well as membership to the Cape and Islands Association of Realtors and the Massachusetts and National Association of Realtors. Coupled with her extensive marketing background, Deb’s knowledge positions her well to market and sell historic homes helping both buyers and sellers.

Aside from renovating homes, Deb enjoys taking her Labrador Retriever on long walks on the beach and trails as well as taking advantage of the many cultural and outdoor opportunities on the Cape.

Kinlin Grover Real Estate
927 Route 6A | Yarmouth Port, MA | 02675
Cell Phone: 774-994-1337
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