On February 9, 2023

Kerry Dismuke joins Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty’s Killington office 

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty in Killington has a new real estate agent.

Kerry Dismuke recently joined the company.

Dismuke’s love for Killington began almost 15 years ago when she started making snowboarding  trips from Cape Cod, Massachusetts where she lived, worked in hospitality, and was taking post grad  classes. Originally from western Massachusetts, Kerry graduated from Massachusetts College of Liberal  Arts.

After joining “ski houses” for a few years, Dismuke made Killington her home in the winter with  her golden retriever, Sailor. She gave up the beach life for the mountains in the summer of 2016,  bought her first mountain bike, and became a year-round resident. In 2021 she became a Killington homeowner with her boyfriend, Taylor. 

She is a member of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association and has worked with Killington  Mountain School as a mountain bike coach. Dismuke has also volunteered as a mountain bike leader  for Killington’s Dirt Diva women’s group rides. She has participated in Killington Mountain Bike  Club’s summer race series and has stood on the podium every year since 2017. She has also  raced multiple Enduro and downhill races with the Eastern States Cup.  

Dismuke enjoys traveling to other mountain bike parks and exploring the many trail networks  throughout the state. She enjoys snowboarding trips to other resorts, and loves hiking with her dog, among the other activities the area has to offer­—split-boarding, cross country skiing, relaxing by the water, hot yoga, and Pilates. 

On joining the Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty team, Kerry Dismuke commented, “I am confident in my transition to take my business to the next level and bring my clients world class service.” 

Nathan Mastroeni, Sotheby’s regional manager for greater Vermont added, “We are extremely excited to  welcome Kerry to our Killington office. Kerry is a wealth of knowledge on the Killington region  and an active individual in the community. Stop in or call her for any of your real estate needs.” 

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is areal estate companies in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Upstate New York with the goal of providing its customers and  clients with an exceptional level of service and unparalleled exposure. 

With 23 offices and over  300 highly qualified and professional associates across both states, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is uniquely positioned to provide superior, innovative real estate services. 

For more  information, visit sothebysrealty.com.

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