Jean Oneill

Real Estate Salesperson

Jean Oneill

Jean Oneill

Real Estate Salesperson

Danbury Brokerage

112 Federal Road
Northern Fairfield County, CT 06811
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Wherever you choose to make your place in the world, I can get you there. I have listed and sold homes in Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Norwalk and Sherman and know well the shoreline of Candlewood Lake.

Northern Fairf ield County has so much to offer, notably its proximity to New York, fair taxes and wonderful communities which center on education, business and entertainment.

Long term or short term, personal residence, second home or investment, I have the resources to give you the larger picture and the bottom line...

Wherever you choose to make your place in the world, I can get you there. I have listed and sold homes in Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Norwalk and Sherman and know well the shoreline of Candlewood Lake.

Northern Fairf ield County has so much to offer, notably its proximity to New York, fair taxes and wonderful communities which center on education, business and entertainment.

Long term or short term, personal residence, second home or investment, I have the resources to give you the larger picture and the bottom line. Knowledge is key when it comes to making decisions whether purchasing or selling a property and that's where I come in.

As a top producer and member of the William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty team, I have access to excellent tools and unending support in order to provide you with the latest in technology and marketing to get your home sold or to find you what you're looking for.

I have enjoyed living in the greater Danbury area for the past 18 years and have three children and one little dog. Originally from Westchester County, Connecticut has been very good to me and my family. I know this area extremely well and look forward to discussing all the possibilities the Greater Danbury area holds for you.


 

Wherever you choose to make your place in the world, I can get you there. I have listed and sold homes in Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Norwalk and Sherman and know well the shoreline of Candlewood Lake.

Northern Fairf ield County has so much to offer, notably its proximity to New York, fair taxes and wonderful communities which center on education, business and entertainment.

Long term or short term, personal residence, second home or investment, I have the resources to give you the larger picture and the bottom line. Knowledge is key when it comes to making decisions whether purchasing or selling a property and that's where I come in.

As a top producer and member of the William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty team, I have access to excellent tools and unending support in order to provide you with the latest in technology and marketing to get your home sold or to find you what you're looking for.

I have enjoyed living in the greater Danbury area for the past 18 years and have three children and one little dog. Originally from Westchester County, Connecticut has been very good to me and my family. I know this area extremely well and look forward to discussing all the possibilities the Greater Danbury area holds for you.


 

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Some time in late September or early October I had the good fortune to find Jean O'Neill of your Danbury office. My brother and I found it necessary to sell our family home on Mountainville Avenue in Danbury as my mother could no longer live there on her own. A friend checked on line and found that Jean had several listings and sales in the south-Danbury area. She called Jean and, based on their conversation, thought that Jean would be a good fit for me. I practiced real estate law in Danbury and more recently New Milford over the past 40 years and my dealings with real estate agents have not always been agreeable. Jean turned out to be a pleasant surprise. From the first meeting at the house, Jean went right to work with no drama or fanfare. Based on her research she recommended a listing price that I thought was a bit low. She gently persuaded me that the price I suggested would not attract buyers due to the small size of the lot, house, and rooms within the house. The house is 70 years old and had a number of deficiencies. As it turned out Jean was correct. Although we had over 15 showings, they produced only one offer. We decided to go to work on that offer which we thought could be negotiated up to an acceptable range. Through Jean's efforts we were able to agree on a price acceptable to both sides. After the contract was signed, Jean went to work on matters which I think were not really her responsibility. She solicited bids from several contractors for work which had to be accomplished prior to closing. When we received a rather high estimate for masonry work to repair three retaining walls under a bulkhead, she found a mason who would do the work for less than half the amount of the first estimate. Likewise, when an electrician estimated GFI replacement at $1,500, Jean found an electrician who agreed to do the work for $600 the following day. She also arranged for an old oil tank to be removed to be removed from the basement. Once the work was complete, she assisted me in running an estate sale. After the sale she arranged for movers to take the contents that had not sold to a charity and for a dump run to dispose of everything else. If that were not enough, she showed up the following morning to help dust, vacuum, and generally tidy up the house. Both my brother and I think we were extraordinarily lucky to have stumbled onto Jean and I will recommend her without reservation.

Michael Mannion

Some time in late September or early October I had the good fortune to find Jean O'Neill of your Danbury office. My brother and I found it necessary to sell our family home on Mountainville Avenue in Danbury as my mother could no longer live there on her own. A friend checked on line and found that Jean had several listings and sales in the south-Danbury area. She called Jean and, based on their conversation, thought that Jean would be a good fit for me. I practiced real estate law in Danbury and more recently New Milford over the past 40 years and my dealings with real estate agents have not always been agreeable. Jean turned out to be a pleasant surprise. From the first meeting at the house, Jean went right to work with no drama or fanfare. Based on her research she recommended a listing price that I thought was a bit low. She gently persuaded me that the price I suggested would not attract buyers due to the small size of the lot, house, and rooms within the house. The house is 70 years old and had a number of deficiencies. As it turned out Jean was correct. Although we had over 15 showings, they produced only one offer. We decided to go to work on that offer which we thought could be negotiated up to an acceptable range. Through Jean's efforts we were able to agree on a price acceptable to both sides. After the contract was signed, Jean went to work on matters which I think were not really her responsibility. She solicited bids from several contractors for work which had to be accomplished prior to closing. When we received a rather high estimate for masonry work to repair three retaining walls under a bulkhead, she found a mason who would do the work for less than half the amount of the first estimate. Likewise, when an electrician estimated GFI replacement at $1,500, Jean found an electrician who agreed to do the work for $600 the following day. She also arranged for an old oil tank to be removed to be removed from the basement. Once the work was complete, she assisted me in running an estate sale. After the sale she arranged for movers to take the contents that had not sold to a charity and for a dump run to dispose of everything else. If that were not enough, she showed up the following morning to help dust, vacuum, and generally tidy up the house. Both my brother and I think we were extraordinarily lucky to have stumbled onto Jean and I will recommend her without reservation.

Michael Mannion
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My Listings

70 Route 39 South
Sherman, CT $239,000

70 Route 39 South

Sherman, CT

$239,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2/1 Baths
  • 1,956 Sqft

My Sales

24 Arrowhead
Brookfield, CT $2,495,000
SOLD

24 Arrowhead

Brookfield, CT

$2,495,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 6,306 Sqft
73 Taagan Point
Danbury, CT $800,000
SOLD

73 Taagan Point

Danbury, CT

$800,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,416 Sqft
1 Saugatuck Ridge
Danbury, CT $780,000
SOLD

1 Saugatuck Ridge

Danbury, CT

$780,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 3,403 Sqft
3 Rock Ridge
New Fairfield, CT $626,000
SOLD

3 Rock Ridge

New Fairfield, CT

$626,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 4,546 Sqft

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