Sherry lives at Flagship Wharf in the Navy Yard and has been a Charlestown resident for over 30 years. Her focus is in sales and rentals in the Boston area from the Island of Martha’s Vineyard to the suburbs.
Specializing in the Boston Waterfront, Navy Yard, and Charlestown’s historic properties, Sherry is a seasoned negotiator and an attorney who brings a wealth of resources and knowledge to both buyers and sellers. Her entrepreneurial skills and experiences in negotiations and sales have made for a successful career in real estate.
Sherry owned and operated Grancey & Company Real Estate at One Thompson Square in Charlestown for 25 years prior to being acquired by Gibson Sotheby’s in 2008.
She has relocated many residents downsizing from the “suburbs to luxury living on the Boston Waterfront” as well as assisting families moving and expanding out to the suburbs. She actively advocates for neighborhood issues including saving the harbor, waterfront preservation and equal access by all to the sea.
Her waterfront sales also include the island of Martha’s Vineyard and the 7 lakes region of NH surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee.
Real Estate Broker licensed in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Attorney admitted to the Massachusetts and Florida Bars.
$100+ Million in Sales Volume Over 30 Year Career
SHERRY INTERVIEWED BY CHARLESTOWN PATRIOT RESIDENT BROKER OF BOSTON NAVY YARD
If you ever tour a residence with Sherry Grancey, Charlestown resident and real estate agent for Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, you’ll not only acquire a fabulous apartment, but a detailed history lesson of the Navy Yard as well. Specializing in historic and distinctive waterfront properties for over 20 years, Grancey is artful in her ability to pair exquisite homes with extraordinary Charlestown residents-to-be; A holy matrimony.
I opened up my own office in the Navy Yard, which grew into one of the largest Charlestown real estate companies. We participated in the development of the town as well as the Navy Yard for 15 years before being acquired by Sothebys for their international exposure and global marketing,”
Grancey admires the Navy Yard’s history. In Charlestown, there is constant interaction between the past and the future, and the Navy Yard is a large part of what keeps its rich history alive.“I love Charlestown and have seen it grow, especially the Navy Yard. You can travel on the water shuttle to the Marriot Long Wharf, or take a back-way to the airport on a private ferry.
You’re in the city and in an area that is more like Cape Cod or the North Shore, but has all the amenities of the city,” Grancey said of the premium waterfront location. Residences in the Navy Yard range from two levels, to beautiful, huge multi-levels over 3,000 square feet. Grancey believes real estate in Charlestown and Boston at large is on the way up. “I’ve seen the whole cycle of real estate. The value is here and the appreciation will continue to rise. Right now sales are really strong. It’s almost undervalued. It’s a fabulous time to buy,” Grancey, who lives at Flagship Wharf, said confidently. And spoken like a true real estate pro, when asked what the three biggest draws of the Navy Yard are, she said, “Location, location, location.”.