Bev Mosch

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Bev Mosch

Bev Mosch

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Washington Depot Brokerage

6 Green Hill Road
P.O. Box 329
Washington Depot, CT 06794
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Beverly Mosch, a native of Litchfield County and a real estate broker since the 1970s, is recognized for her expertise on the area’s architectural heritage, both classic and modern. Having worked with fine country properties for many years, she has a broad knowledge of the remarkable architectural styles that distinguish northwest Connecticut.

During family travels, visits to historic house museums along the east coast sparked a lifelong interest in historic preservation and classical architecture...

Beverly Mosch, a native of Litchfield County and a real estate broker since the 1970s, is recognized for her expertise on the area’s architectural heritage, both classic and modern. Having worked with fine country properties for many years, she has a broad knowledge of the remarkable architectural styles that distinguish northwest Connecticut.

During family travels, visits to historic house museums along the east coast sparked a lifelong interest in historic preservation and classical architecture. In support of that passion she has completed many courses and seminars on the subject. Bev has served on the boards of historical societies and historic district commissions, as well as chairing the advisory council of the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden in Bethlehem.

Whether her clients are seeking a residence or a piece of land, she finds them what they want while weaving local history and the cultural scene into the conversation. She takes clients through the buy or sell process smoothly and professionally in a low-key, no pressure way. Guided by a high standard of personal service, she maintains warm relationships with her clients and colleagues.

After college Bev worked in feature film production in New York and Greece, where she lived for a year and gained an enduring appreciation of classical architecture. Upon her return, she got her real estate broker’s license while working for a Real Estate Investment Trust. During the late 1980s market downturn, she left real estate for a few years to become the assistant director of the Connecticut Community Foundation before returning full-time to real estate in 1996. She serves on the board of The Bethlehem Land Trust and is a past board member of the Highfield Club and the Chase Collegiate Alumni Association.

Bev and her husband, Woody Mosch, a well-known master craftsman and furnituremaker, restored an 1843 Greek Revival farmhouse and barns in Bethlehem where they have lived and raised their two children since 1976.

Enjoys: Photography, Gardening, Hiking and Travel

Beverly Mosch, a native of Litchfield County and a real estate broker since the 1970s, is recognized for her expertise on the area’s architectural heritage, both classic and modern. Having worked with fine country properties for many years, she has a broad knowledge of the remarkable architectural styles that distinguish northwest Connecticut.

During family travels, visits to historic house museums along the east coast sparked a lifelong interest in historic preservation and classical architecture. In support of that passion she has completed many courses and seminars on the subject. Bev has served on the boards of historical societies and historic district commissions, as well as chairing the advisory council of the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden in Bethlehem.

Whether her clients are seeking a residence or a piece of land, she finds them what they want while weaving local history and the cultural scene into the conversation. She takes clients through the buy or sell process smoothly and professionally in a low-key, no pressure way. Guided by a high standard of personal service, she maintains warm relationships with her clients and colleagues.

After college Bev worked in feature film production in New York and Greece, where she lived for a year and gained an enduring appreciation of classical architecture. Upon her return, she got her real estate broker’s license while working for a Real Estate Investment Trust. During the late 1980s market downturn, she left real estate for a few years to become the assistant director of the Connecticut Community Foundation before returning full-time to real estate in 1996. She serves on the board of The Bethlehem Land Trust and is a past board member of the Highfield Club and the Chase Collegiate Alumni Association.

Bev and her husband, Woody Mosch, a well-known master craftsman and furnituremaker, restored an 1843 Greek Revival farmhouse and barns in Bethlehem where they have lived and raised their two children since 1976.

Enjoys: Photography, Gardening, Hiking and Travel

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Bev is the only person I would want to work with...always listening to what the client wants; her suggestions are invaluable; and she makes things happen even if difficult situations arise. Her calm and professional manner is reassuring and inspiring.

Joan Bernstein

Bev is the only person I would want to work with...always listening to what the client wants; her suggestions are invaluable; and she makes things happen even if difficult situations arise. Her calm and professional manner is reassuring and inspiring.

Joan Bernstein
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