Elizabeth came to the Daniel Gale family after thirteen years with the renowned Sotheby’s International brand. She comes from a very long lineage of “Tuthills” who settled in Cutchogue in the 1700’s.
Each summer and holiday were spent at Windsong Farm, her grandparent’s homestead, where they raised peacocks and hens alongside their abundant gardens and orchard. Love of the North Fork shaped her childhood; she learned to swim at the causeway, sail off of Indian Neck, and fish in Peconic Bay. Her grandmother, Mary Tuthill, was best known for her blueberry buckle. We’d pick the blueberries in the large blueberry pen and make a delicious crumb cake that was loved by all.
After graduating from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, she gravitated to sales positions with Intuit (Quicken.com) and Quest Communications. Earning several President’s Club awards in New York City, Elizabeth moved to Aspen, Colorado to live her dream in a mountain town. As an avid downhill skier, she pursued her real estate brokerage license while working for Aspen Luxury Rentals and then Sotheby’s International Realty, where she became rookie of the year in 2008.
Elizabeth is a polished and energetic sales professional with a zest for life. She becomes that good friend who continuously goes the extra mile (every client will get the secret family recipe for the blueberry buckle). Her exposure to world travel (Asia, Indonesia, Europe the Balkans) and keen sense of market trends enable her to understand the pulse of city dwellers, high-end listings, locals moving South and investors.
When not selling real estate, she continues to travel, ski, boat and hike. Cooking and entertaining are also passions. Her rescue cat, Lilly, is a new addition to the household. Elizabeth gives back to the community by volunteering at Hallockville Museum Farm.
Elizabeth can’t wait to meet you to share that Buckleberry recipe.
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