Expertise & Qualifications
- 5-star customer rated agent
- Top Producer in Chittenden County
- Specializing in properties throughout Northwestern Vermont
- Rural, lakeshore and city properties in all price ranges
- 30 years covering Vermont news as reporter, anchor, producer
- Vast network and knowledge of Vermont policies and history
- Relocation Specialist & trained in military transition/moves
- Licensed Realtor since 2005
Bridget Barry CaswellREAL ESTATE AGENT
Bridget Barry Caswell is a native Vermonter and lifelong Chittenden County resident. A top producer in Vermont real estate, she is widely recognized as a diligent, organized, efficient and enthusiastic professional. Bridget takes great pride in providing the very best customer service and being personally involved with her clients in the buying and selling process -- from start to finish. A top real estate agent since 2005, her client relationships are long-lasting, working with first time home buyers to retirees. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a starter home or a high-end luxury property, Bridget is at ease and experienced at all price points. A member of The Brian Boardman Group, the team is ranked among the top 4% of Coldwell Banker Teams worldwide.
Bridget and her family are also well-known with deep roots in the Vermont community. Active volunteers, she and her husband raised four children in Shelburne. After working for nearly 30 years as a broadcast journalist, she is also a familiar face to many throughout the state, northern New Hampshire and upstate New York. Her unique experience provides her a vast network of contacts and a wealth of knowledge on the issues, state policies, and history affecting Vermonters’ everyday lives. Her knowledge, experience and ability to connect with people are invaluable in the home buying and selling process.She loves to share with buyers her own appreciation of all that Vermont has to offer, and the many reasons she has remained in her home state: quality of life, scenic beauty everywhere you turn, kind, hard working neighbors, a strong sense of community, fantastic farm to table restaurants, and overall, the fact that Vermont is a truly special place to live, work, recreate, raise a family or retire.
When Bridget isn't working, you may find her out jogging or biking on a local recreation path, or hiking one of Vermont’s many scenic trails. She lives in Shelburne with her family and their beloved golden retriever, Tuck!
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- Tracy and Pat