Lisa, along with her husband, 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. She recognizes and appreciates those unique architectural features, like gunstock corners, wavy plaster and parson’s cupboards, that give an older home soul and make it special.

Lisa belongs to a variety of local and national preservation organizations such as: National Trust for Historic Preservation, Historic New England, Old Sturbridge Village and Trustees of the Reservation. A past chair and liaison to the Community Preservation Committee, Lisa has served on the Sandwich Historical Commission since 2010. She currently serves on the Sandwich Historic District Committee and the Local Comprehensive Plan steering 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 and maintains a website especially targeted for those looking for an antique home.

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.