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A New York City resident for many years, Tony Marr understands the allure of living out East – a feeling he shares with his clients who ask for his help to find the perfect Hamptons home. Growing up he spent almost every summer on the East End before moving to Sag Harbor full time in 2001. Tony has deep roots in the area thanks to a family involved with well-known East End businesses for over 50 years. Tony’s uncle started a small bus company in a potato barn in Bridgehampton in 1974 called “Hampton Jitney,” a household name for those who live in New York and vacation out East and Tony's mother owned and operated restaurants in Southampton, Quogue, and Westhampton Beach.
Tony prides himself on having that same strong entrepreneurial spirit and customer service focus. With many years in the hospitality industry, including working the front door at “The American Hotel,” his motivation has always remained the same - make the client happy. Tony's pivot into Real Estate came as a result of wanting to pair his service skills with his extensive knowledge of just about every East End neighborhood from Remsenberg to Montauk.
"What I most enjoy is taking good care of others," he says. "When someone else is pleased by something I've done for them, it brings me great satisfaction. The best feeling of all is when I present a home to a client they might not have otherwise considered, then suddenly realize it's something they simply can't live without. That, to me, is a true success."
When not busy selling real estate, Tony enjoys watching his son surf in Montauk, playing an occasional round of golf, and catching a far too occasional striped bass.