MaryAnn has been an active Realtor since 1986 and began with Drakeley when the office first opened. She has been a consistent leader in local sales and is a fixture in the real estate community. MaryAnn is the fourth generation of her family in Litchfield County and is a current Bethlehem resident. She is involved in community affairs, volunteers for the American Cancer Society, a donor for the American Red Cross and a contributor to Special Olympics. MaryAnn is a member of the Bethlehem Scholarship and Bloss Scholarship Committees, Soroptimist International and Bethlehem Senior Citizen Commission. She is a participant/organizer for the Interfaith Ministries annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children. MaryAnn volunteers for Friends of the Bethlehem Library and is a volunteer Judge for the Bethlehem Fair.
Jeff is a life long local reseident. He has worked in the Construction and Service industry caring for many weekend and full time residents of Litchfield County. He is a Licensed Real Estate agent and Home Improvement Contractor.
Property and Real Estate is second nature to Jeff and he has been involved with many new construction, renovation and specialty projects for some of the finest estates in Litchfield County and the surrounding area. Jeff is active in the local community and Holy Cross High School. He resides in Woodbury with his fiancé Kellie and their two daughters. He is available 7 days a week for consultation.
Relationships, Trust and Capability are what makes Jeff the right choice for your real estate needs.
John along with his wife Corey and two sons Zak and Pepper have been residents of Woodbury/Bethlehem for over eighteen years. Prior to real estate he was owner and founding partner of MATTEO Restaurant in Watertown and General Manager of The Watertown Golf Club for fourteen seasons. He has a B.A. in business from Teikyo Post University and a graduate from the Culinary Institue of America in Hyde Park. He is a member of the Watertown Rotary, Watertown Golf Club, Nonnewaug Grid Iron Club and serves on the Board of Directors at Camp Claire, a summer camp for children located in Old Lyme.
A broker since 1974, Joyce is a life long Woodbury resident. She and her family are involved in many community affairs. She has built, renovated and converted many properties and offers this experience to all of her customers. Prior to opening her office in 1986, Joyce ran Sand Dunes Swim & Tennis Club for over twenty five years. While running the club she built forty four apartments as well as several residential renovation projects. Her current home was featured in Country Home magazine in December of 1991. Joyce is a volunteer and financial sponsor for many area organizations, such as "A Day at the Met" for local high school students. She received the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Award from the Tribury Rotary(Woodbury-Southbury-Middlebury)-rarely given to a non-rotarian in recognition of service to the community. Trust and Integrity has kept her agency #1 in the area.
Tim has been a broker and salesperson since 1991. Tim has been the #1 selling and listing broker in the Woodbury area for the past twelve years and is one of the top producers in the Tri-bury area. He is a Graduate of Holy Cross High School, Northfield Mount Herman Prep School and Babson College. While attending Babson, Tim majored in Finance and Entrepreneurial Studies. He is the owner of Tim Drakeley Old Barns. Along with his wife Shelley, he has built and restored many homes in the Woodbury area. Tim is active in many youth activities, and is currently the Nonnewaug High School Varsity boys basketball coach. He is a Chairmen of the Woodbury Park and Recreation Committee and the President of Nonnewaug Athletic Club, a non profit organization.
Shelley Drakeley is a life long area resident and resides in Woodbury with her husband Tim and three children. She is a graduate of Holy Cross High School, Emmanuel College and Boston College where she received her Masters Degree. Through the years, Shelley and Tim have built, renovated and restored many homes in the Woodbury area. Her expertise in decorating and interior design is her passion.
Shelley is also the web designer and web manager for Drakeley Real Estate. She has been an active volunteer in the local schools and served as head of the Beautification Committee, a member of the Nonnewaug Grid Iron Club, a member of the St. Teresa's Women's Guild, a member of the Woodbury Junior Women's Club and served on the Board of Directors for the Highfield Club in Middlebury, CT.
Maggie is a lifelong resident of Bethlehem and has been an agent with Drakeley Real Estate for 13 years. She is also a graduate of Nonnewaug High School where she competed in many sports and then went on to play field hockey in college. She is currently the Director of Parks and Recreation for the town of Bethlehem and an avid volunteer at Bethlehem Elementary school. She enjoys coaching her daughter's soccer teams, running and has found a new love for boxing.
Taylor O'Keefe is a proud, life-long Woodbury and Watertown resident who wants to share what Litchfield County has to offer with anyone who shows an interest. Working locally for many years, she has developed numerous connections in the surrounding areas.
A graduate of Nonnewaug High school and The Culinary Institute of America where she received her Bachelors degree in Professional Studies, Taylor enjoys volunteering her time in the community on various occasions, mainly pertaining to her first passion, hospitality; as well as sharing her knowledge with local high school students and anyone that she comes in contact with.
When she's not working, Taylor loves spending time with her dogs and family and friends, attending local sporting events, and cooking/baking in her kitchen.
Katherine has a life-long connection to the communities of Woodbury and Bethlehem. Known as Kat to many, she originally grew up in Bethlehem and is a graduate of Nonnewaug High School. She earned her Bachelor's Degree from Marist College in New York and her Masters Degree from Central Connecticut State University. In service to the community, Katherine is the secretary of the Nonnewaug Athletic Club, a non-profit organization that raises funds for local athletes and recognizes previous coaches and athletes. Katherine is also a frequent donor to the American Red Cross blood drives in town. In her free time, Katherine enjoys playing on slow-pitch area softball teams and traveling with friends and family.