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Essential to Fi Fi Sheridan’s real estate practice is understanding her clients’ interests and dreams, a thorough knowledge of the market, integrity, discretion, and creativity in problem solving.
Fi Fi entered the real estate profession in 2008 and joined Sotheby’s International Realty in 2013. She was a candidate for the Wall Street Journal/Real Estate Trends Top 1,000 Real Estate Professionals, 2013, and twice was ranked as one of NRT (parent company of Sotheby’s international Realty) Top 1,000 Sales Associates nationwide.
Fi Fi’s extensive community involvement in Greenwich enables her to advise and guide clients on a variety of issues in the property purchasing process. She has served on town commissions and committees, worked with both private and public schools (and Barnard College at Columbia University), the Bruce Museum, the Historical Society, and the Merritt Parkway Conservancy. She chaired two designer show houses, the first, for the Junior League of Greenwich, (attracting 13,000 visitors in three weeks), the second for the historic Tomes-Higgins House (11,000 visitors in three weeks). She has served on the Board of the Junior League, the Breast Cancer Alliance, and Green Fingers Garden Club (as Chairman of Civic Improvement.)
Having lived and worked in Europe and Africa, Fi Fi appreciates the excitement and challenges of moving into a new community, learning a new language, and a new culture. Renovating ten properties across the country has given her a great respect for the process.
Prior to moving to Greenwich, Fi Fi was an Officer with a Federal Agency advising on funding on the national and local level as well as advising on grants for architecture and land use projects. She continued as an officer responsible for a nine-state Southern region when living in New Orleans. Upon her move to San Francisco, she established a specialty furniture business.
**Notable listings and sales include:
--a six-acre waterfront estate in a private community
--a six-acre equestrian manor house
--a pre-war estate in a mid-country private community