Julie Kennedy’s life-long love affair with the Sierra Nevada’s brought her from the San Francisco Bay Area to the mountains of Northern California. 2016 found Julie and her husband selling their second home in Truckee and purchasing a property in the historic mining town of Dutch Flat. She found beauty in the foothills and discovered the many exquisite properties tucked between Truckee/Tahoe and Loomis. Historic homes, as well as new construction, equestrian properties, vineyards, mini-farms, estates, lake and riverfront properties, and golf communities, dot the foothills.
Julie’s clients appreciate her sophistication, patience, discretion, and sense of humor. Sellers benefit from her deep connections to the Bay Area real estate community. The Sierra Foothills and Truckee have become a popular relocation destination and Julie’s relationships with Bay Area Realtors creates an opportunity for your home to receive target marketing to well-qualified buyers.
For buyers who are relocating or wish to purchase a second home in the foothills, Julie acts as an ambassador for her clients, particularly those who are unfamiliar with the cities and towns and micro-communities in the region. She escorts her clients through the process of finding the home and loves to apply her expertise, to ensure that buyers find a house that reflects their lifestyle.
As a Sotheby’s International Global Real Estate Advisor, Julie pairs her skills with the world’s leading luxury real estate firm, thus providing her clients with unrivaled access to extraordinary service.
When not practicing real estate Julie and her husband enjoy the beauty and nature of the Sierra’s. They have fun fly fishing, skiing, hiking, rafting, and when not in the mountains, spending time on their sailboat berthed in San Francisco Bay. Julie serves on the governing board of the historic Dutch Flat Community Center and is a member of the Placer County Arts Council.