Real Estate

Kienlen Lattmann Sotheby's Opens Madison Location in Grand Style


MADISON, NJ - With approximately 14 experienced agents and counting Kienlen Lattmann Sotheby's International Realty (KLSIR) opened it's doors on Main Street in Madison last week with a party for staff, associates and the Madison community. 

An open house of course, all were invited to celebrate with drinks and food, tour the new building and mingle among agents. 

The newly constructed space located at 223 Main Street spans two floors and has an open, bright costal feel with clean lines, and neutral tones. 

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"We are so excited to combine Sotheby's International Realty with our local expertise in a beautiful addition to Madison's east end of town," said Kathy Boyd, a KLSIR agent.

KLSIR has partnered with a group of experienced sales associates, with a proven track record who are also respected members of the Madison community.  They know the local market well and are eager to share their knowledge.

As well,  spanning the office walls were the inaugural quarterly KLSIR Art Series.  KLSIR plans on supporting different community artists by displaying their work in the office.  The first installment, is by local artist Emily Cannestro.  She is the owner of Willow’s Workshop, LLC on Roosevelt Avenue in Chatham.  

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