Pat Kennedy Lahoud is one of the top luxury brokers in Litchfield County. Pat was voted one of Litchfield County's "Most Influential People by Litchfield Magazine" along with her husband, Joe Lahoud, a 14 year major league baseball veteran where he played for the Red Sox, Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers California Angels and Texas Rangers clubs. She has personal connections with high end brokers in New York City, globally and a portfolio of diverse clientele including celebrities, professional athletes and business icons.
Pat joined Sotheby’s International Realty in 2001 and is passionate about the global reach and intuitive marketing that see is able to harness to gain leverage for her clients. She has represented and sold many significant local properties including the Historic Colgate Mansion, Grey Rock Lake Waramaug estate and currently listed Hill house in Northwest CT, currently on the market at $19,975,000.
Thirty years in the international travel industry gave her the skills to understand people’s needs and respond accordingly. Through all that travel she also developed a serious interest in architecture and design which she has applied to decorating and designing homes for herself, clients and friends for many years. Pat remodeled an 1808 antique residence and later designed and oversaw construction of her fabulous shingle-style home overlooking Lake Waramaug and the Hopkins Vineyard. Both homes were published in three home design magazines.
Pat has a long standing history of supporting the community and feels it is especially important to give back. She was past chair of The Lake Waramaug House Tour benefiting New Milford Hospital and The Lake Waramaug Task Force. She has also championed supporting area school attended by her children including Rumsey Hall School, The Gunnery, and Avon Old Farms. Pat is also a past Director of the New Milford Board of Realtors. She has been active as a member of Ridgewood Country Club, Lake Waramaug Country Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
She resides in Litchfield County with her husband, Joe and three large dogs. Her two sons reside in Connecticut and Miami Florida.
Most recently HVA's Auction for the Environment Honorary Committee