Conor Chamberlain is currently in his twelfth year helping buyers and sellers with their residential real estate needs. Since joining Historic Homes in 2012, Conor has helped The Chamberlain Group set records in sales including the second highest sale ever in Newton and third highest sale ever in Brookline.
Prior to that Conor worked for Sprogis & Neale Real Estate in Boston’s South End where he has lived for more than ten years. While at Sprogis & Neale, he achieved a record setting price per square foot for a South End property.
The transition from the Boston to the Brookline/Newton market was easy for Conor having grown up in Chestnut Hill. Conor went to Brookline High School and then The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. After graduating, Conor moved to Rome and earned a certificate to teach English as a second language.
As an uncle of seven, all living in Newton, Conor is aware of the importance of family and the advantages of living in a great neighborhood.