Gael Hammer

Gael Hammer

LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON

Washington Depot Brokerage

6 Green Hill Road
P.O. Box 329
Washington Depot, CT 06794

Prior to real estate, Hammer was greatly involved in theatre, earning his PhD from the University of Iowa in theatre history, dramatic arts and criticism. He was a tenured professor at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where he helped plan and execute a major theatre building.  He also served as chairman of Washington State University in Pullman.  While there he was a national officer in the American College Theatre Festival held at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and a gold medal award winner for his service.   

Following on the heels of his academic life he pursued an acting career in NYC, appearing off Broadway, on soaps, and small movie roles.  Hammer relocated to Washington, Conn., in 1985, serving as the mainstay with his partner, Timothy Mawson in the re-birth of New Preston, Conn.  His partner ran a nationally known bookstore which specialized in antique garden books and prints.

Gael is heavily involved in the local community, and is the originator of “Tea for Two Hundred,” a popular tradition in the town of Washington. Hosted by Gael and his partner Gary Goodwin in their garden to benefit a number of charitable organizations, the annual summer event recently celebrated its 19th year.   The net receipts for its nineteen years is over one million dollars. 

Gael has two children, Katherine, a social worker in West Palm Beach, Fla., and Evelyn, an actress in New York City.  His grandson, Calvin, is preparing for college.

A leader in selling luxury properties, Gael is an expert at marketing and staging a home, as well as a major resource for any buyer. He was honored "Realtor of The Year" by The New Milford Board of Realtors and was also named one of “Litchfield County’s Most Influential People” by Litchfield Magazine.  

Prior to real estate, Hammer was greatly involved in theatre, earning his PhD from the University of Iowa in theatre history, dramatic arts and criticism. He was a tenured professor at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where he helped plan and execute a major theatre building.  He also served as chairman of Washington State University in Pullman.  While there he was a national officer in the American College Theatre Festival held at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and a gold medal award winner for his service.   

Following on the heels of his academic life he pursued an acting career in NYC, appearing off Broadway, on soaps, and small movie roles.  Hammer relocated to Washington, Conn., in 1985, serving as the mainstay with his partner, Timothy Mawson in the re-birth of New Preston, Conn.  His partner ran a nationally known bookstore which specialized in antique garden books and prints.

Gael is heavily involved in the local community, and is the originator of “Tea for Two Hundred,” a popular tradition in the town of Washington. Hosted by Gael and his partner Gary Goodwin in their garden to benefit a number of charitable organizations, the annual summer event recently celebrated its 19th year.   The net receipts for its nineteen years is over one million dollars. 

Gael has two children, Katherine, a social worker in West Palm Beach, Fla., and Evelyn, an actress in New York City.  His grandson, Calvin, is preparing for college.

A leader in selling luxury properties, Gael is an expert at marketing and staging a home, as well as a major resource for any buyer. He was honored "Realtor of The Year" by The New Milford Board of Realtors and was also named one of “Litchfield County’s Most Influential People” by Litchfield Magazine.  

Prior to real estate, Hammer was greatly involved in theatre, earning his PhD from the University of Iowa in theatre history, dramatic arts and criticism. He was a tenured professor at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where he helped plan and execute a major theatre building.  He also served as chairman of Washington State University in Pullman.  While there he was a national officer in the American College Theatre Festival held at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and a gold medal award winner for his service.   

Following on the heels of his academic life he pursued an acting career in NYC, appearing off Broadway, on soaps, and small movie roles.  Hammer relocated to Washington, Conn., in 1985, serving as the mainstay with his partner, Timothy Mawson in the re-birth of New Preston, Conn.  His partner ran a nationally known bookstore which specialized in antique garden books and prints.

Gael is heavily involved in the local community, and is the originator of “Tea for Two Hundred,” a popular tradition in the town of Washington. Hosted by Gael and his partner Gary Goodwin in their garden to benefit a number of charitable organizations, the annual summer event recently celebrated its 19th year.   The net receipts for its nineteen years is over one million dollars. 

Gael has two children, Katherine, a social worker in West Palm Beach, Fla., and Evelyn, an actress in New York City.  His grandson, Calvin, is preparing for college.

A leader in selling luxury properties, Gael is an expert at marketing and staging a home, as well as a major resource for any buyer. He was honored "Realtor of The Year" by The New Milford Board of Realtors and was also named one of “Litchfield County’s Most Influential People” by Litchfield Magazine.  

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19 Hifield Drive $1,275,000 link

19 Hifield Drive

Washington, CT 06794 | Litchfield County
$1,275,000
3 Beds 3/1 Baths 3,636 Sqft 3 Acres

Exceptional and elegant modern house where light is key. Every room admits the sun and the landscape: the inside and outside merge seamlessly. One level living. 3 bedrooms, living...

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3/1
bath
3,636
sqft
10 North Shore Rd $35,000/mo link

10 North Shore Rd

Warren, CT 06777 | Litchfield County
$35,000/mo
6 Beds 4 Baths 3,572 Sqft

Simply Amazing! A wonderful opportunity to spend your summer on beautiful Lake Waramaug. Over 600' of water frontage with a dock and private beach. Main residence has 6 bedrooms...

6
bed
4
bath
3,572
sqft
264 Painter Hill Road $25,000/mo link

264 Painter Hill Road

Roxbury, CT 06783 | Litchfield County
$25,000/mo
5 Beds 3/2 Baths 3,896 Sqft

The best of the best! Super 5 bedroom luxury rental in prime Roxbury location. Newly done and sexy. Fabulous master, kitchen, living room, screened porch, gorgeous pool. Great...

5
bed
3/2
bath
3,896
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264 Painter Hill Rd $2,550,000

264 Painter Hill Rd

Roxbury, CT 06783 | Litchfield County
$2,550,000
5 Beds 3/2 Baths 3,896 Sqft

The best of the best! Super luxury vintage in prime Roxbury location. Newly done and sexy. Fabulous master, kitchen, living room, screened porch, gorgeous pool. Great view and...

5
bed
3/2
bath
3,896
sqft
Roxbury Single Family $1,600,000

Roxbury Single Family

Roxbury, CT 06783 | Litchfield County
$1,600,000
5 Beds 3 Baths 3,396 Sqft

Antique colonial cape. 5 Bedrooms. 4 Fireplaces. Cathedral ceilings. Screened porch. 2-Car garage. 5.99± Acres.

5
bed
3
bath
3,396
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