Sandra Storrar joins Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

November 5, 2009
Sandra Storrar, REALTOR

Sandra Storrar, REALTOR

Preserving green space and retaining the rural character of the area close to the city known as the Chattahoochee Hill Country are two of the main reasons that Sandra is in the real estate business.

She was the first resident to move into Serenbe, the trendy community in the Hill Country, and this is her area of focus. She was a part of the group in the Hill Country that formed the Chattahoochee Hill Country Alliance, a non-profit organization that has focused on sustainable development, to preserve the largest amount of green space remaining in the greater metro Atlanta area.

Sandra helped found the previous real estate company where she worked for five years and was the broker for the last two years of her time with this company. She was a member of the sales team that closed sales of over $38 million in five years. Her experience is with both new homes construction and resales.

Prior to entering the world of real estate, Sandra was an assistant vice president at Georgia State University and then moved to a position as a client executive with a major software company. Her careful attention to detail and commitment to excellent service to her clients were fine tuned in these previous positions.

Sandra serves on the board of the Chattahoochee Hill Country Conservancy, the Serenbe Institute for Art, Culture and the Environment and is currently organizing a board of directors for the Serenbe Playhouse.

Sandra Storrar
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty


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