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Caroline Brown brings to each of her deals the experience of being a broker in New York City for over 25 years. With her wide friendships and knowledge of New York City, she has sold hundreds of homes on the East and West Side and in Hudson Heights.

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Caroline has been an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) for 23 years. She serves on the REBNY Education Committee and the REBNY Sales Persons Council.

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Caroline grew up in Tennessee and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from Vanderbilt where she was the first woman editor of the University newspaper and active in the University Theater. She received her Master’s degree at Harvard University and was a PhD candidate in history at Yale University.

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After graduate school, Caroline moved to New York to teach history at Hunter College, The University of the City of New York. She has widely traveled Europe, Africa, the Middle and Far East and served on the World Service Council of the YWCA of the USA and the World Mutual Service Committee of the YWCA of the City of New York. She also served as vice president of the YWCA of the city of New York.

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Caroline has been involved all her life in historic preservation and education. She has served on the boards of several museum houses. She received the Metropolitan Historic Structures Association’s Crystal Apple Award for distinguished service in historic preservation in New York City.

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Caroline is a published photographer. Among her work are her photographs in PERIOD DETAILS, published by Crown Press in New York and London, a classic resource in the decorative and design field.

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Caroline and her family sold their East Side co-op and discovered Hudson View Gardens, built in 1924 as one of the oldest continuous co-ops in New York City, a most charming Tudor complex set in exquisite plantings and gardens, indeed one of the best kept secrets in New York. Caroline has sold over 130 apartments in Hudson View Gardens and hundreds of apartments in Castle Village, Cabrini Terrace, Fort Tryon Tower, and in buildings on Cabrini Blvd, Fort Washington, Chittenden, Bennett and Haven Avenues and Overlook Terrace, and in Inwood and Riverdale.

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Caroline’s love of people and her concern for each individual buyer and seller brings her to know that each buyer and seller has individual dreams and needs, and her dream is to help each one achieve their own dream and fulfill their own needs related to one of their most important decisions, buying and selling their home.

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445 Park Avenue

New York, NY 10022
Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, LLC

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Committees: Residential Brokerage Upper Manhattan Committee , Residential Brokerage Sales Council , Residential Brokerage Education Committee , Residential Brokerage NYRS Designation Management Division , NYRS Graduates

Graduate Designations: New York Residential Specialist, New York Residential Specialist