Bonnie Garguilo is an award-winning Realtor with 29 years of experience in greater Litchfield County residential real estate.
The key to her success is exceptional service, clear communication, detailed feedback & consistent follow up. In a highly competitive field she is respected by her peers and has developed professional relationships that are beneficial in complex real estate transactions.
Bonnie specializes in all aspects of residential real estate with emphasis on luxury real estate, weekend homes, farms and lake properties. Notable sales include The Sumacs and Rock Gate designed by turn of the century architect Ehrick Rossiter, Lake Waramaug and Bantam Lake properties in all price ranges and several exceptional horse properties including Anderson Acres Farm in Kent.
In 2012 Bonnie's husband, Larry, joined her at William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty and they have established a team approach that has enabled them to increase sales and provide better service.
Bonnie and Larry have lived in Roxbury for the past 20 years and in the Kent Hollow section of Kent for 15 years prior to that. Their daughter Megan attended Booth Free School, Washington Montessori and the Gunnery. Bonnie was a former member and past chair of the Roxbury Board of Assessment Appeals, and has been a supporter of the Roxbury Land Trust.