April Crumrine has been a broker for the past 41 years, and for the past 35 years, a top producer in Washington, Roxbury, Cornwall, Kent and the Northwest Corner of Connecticut. While land is a passion, residential properties are equally important, whether the home is petite or expansive, attention to detail in listing and selling the properties sets her apart. The northwest corner of Connecticut has appeal for the weekender or the full-timer.
Her client base is loyal; many clients are repeat sales as well as refer new clients. As a strong negotiator, with key marketing ability and a long reaching network, April creates and then works through a transaction successfully.
April grew up in Easton, CT and attended the Parson's School of Design in NYC and earned a BFA from Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston, MA. In the early 1980's, she owned two restaurants with her brothers where she was a pastry chef. Today, she combines her success in real estate with producing art that is shown in various galleries.
After moving to Washington in 1985 and with her husband, who is a builder and renovating the house they live in, they decided to stay and have raised four children here. April is familiar with everything from pediatricians to where to find the best locally grown tomatoes to where to take a quiet walk. As a member of the Washington Club, Washington Art Association and the Connecticut Community Foundation, April is well connected to the community.