Elizabeth Fantini

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“I like to think of the homes and properties we assist our clients in selling and buying as if they are each a big, beautiful patchwork quilt. I’m the needle, our clients are the thread, and their families, interests, professions, vision, needs, and passions are each a square in the quilt. Together, with dedication and hard work, our goal is to combine all their squares to create the ultimate quilt-their home.”

 

Liz joined the Cochrane firm with a professional and educational background in  the preservation of our historic, cultural, and rural land resources. Having worked as an architectural historian and within the real estate development field, Liz has been involved with preserving, restoring, and revitalizing historic buildings, neighborhoods and communities. She even knows her way around the farm, as she began her professional career working to preserve farmland throughout Lancaster County and has ridden and worked with horses since a young age.

 

Liz was raised in beautiful Bucks County, in between New Hope and Doylestown. Growing up there fostered a deep appreciation of the historic housing stock and rolling fields and pastures prevalent throughout the area. This led her to develop the realization that her passion could be her profession-saving the historic resources and land that are so important to our communities.

 

Liz has also lived in Philadelphia, Lancaster and Delaware counties, and is intimately familiar with many of the vibrant towns and rural hamlets throughout Montgomery and Chester Counties. Having packed up her suitcase and moved so many times has proven to be invaluable to her real estate career, as she is can truly drive you from the the Delaware River westward to the Susquehanna River while sharing her insight and knowledge about the towns, villages, cultural and social resources, and history of pretty much anywhere in between. Her ability to learn what a client is looking for in terms of a home, and then use her insight and experience to recommend areas where they will economically, socially, and culturally thrive is an invaluable tool.

 

Liz and her husband Bill recently welcomed their first child, a daughter, Jolie Faith, in October 2015 and share their home with two cats and a hound dog named Mabel. Free time is spent enjoying the outdoors-hiking, and kayaking, traveling, exploring new places, and searching for the perfect stone farmhouse to make a forever home for her family.