A top producer in Hamptons real estate since 2008, Rebekah Baker brings a unique blend of experience, market knowledge and creative energy to her real estate practice. Rebekah has lifelong ties to the area and a keen understanding of the marketplace through her personal history, renovation and property development experience and extensive knowledge of the varied communities on the East End. Raised in Philadelphia, Rebekah first discovered her passion for both modern and historical architecture through the eyes of her father, a noted modern architect. A beloved great aunt, a botanist and an active resident of East Hamptons Springs introduced Rebekah to the artistic and literary community in the East End. Rebekah holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Art Institute of Chicago, an accomplishment that underscores her knowledge and appreciation of design and visual elements. Together with her husband, Rebekah eventually settled on the East End and pursued her passion for rescuing old, neglected homes, restoring yet preserving their integrity, and ultimately selling them to buyers eager to share in the natural beauty and history of the area. Drawing upon these experiences and her expert knowledge of East End market trends and values, Rebekah was able to make a seamless transition to a real estate career. Today, Rebekah invests her passion for the area in serving her clients with the utmost integrity, honesty and expert guidance in their real estate endeavors.
Rebekah lives in Amagansett with her husband, son and daughter. When time permits, she designs and makes modern quilts that have been featured in the East Hampton Star and teaches a weekly community class at Yoga Shanti.