Since 1995, Robin Weller McMonigle has been selling, marketing and designing luxury homes on a national scale. During this extensive 20-year career in the real estate market, Robin has successfully represented and marketed homes in Aspen, Napa Valley, Orange County, Montana, Idaho, Mexico and Hawaii.
With this breadth of transactional experience and extensive knowledge of national markets, Robin entered the Dallas, Texas real estate market in 2012. The hallmark of Robin's success is her comprehensive approach to the sale of a home. As an active resident and supporter of the Dallas community, Robin has the unique ability to advise her clients on all aspects of the Dallas lifestyle, including interior design, community engagement and organizations, school systems and real estate. Especially for those clients relocating from a different city or state, Robin serves as both an authority on the real estate market and as an essential guide to the community.
In addition to selling real estate, Robin is the driving interior design force behind over a dozen luxury homes built and sold by Monarch Estates. With a thoughtful approach to designing interiors, Robin effectively translates a client's lifestyle into their home and surroundings. And her distinct style seamlessly blends current design trends with a timeless and chic sensibility.
With roots in Dallas, Texas, Robin graduated from Southern Methodist University, and was an active member of the Kappa Alpha Theta organization. She began her real estate career as a partner in an internationally renowned real estate firm based in Newport Beach, California and successfully generated over $1 billion in home sales in some of the most desirable areas of Orange County.
Robin currently resides in the Park Cities where she is raising her four children. She is an active supporter of her children's schools, Highland Park High School and Episcopal School of Dallas, and is a dedicated member of the philanthropic community of the Park Cities. She focuses her efforts toward cancer research as an avid supporter of the Cattle Baron's Ball and the Women's Auxiliary for Children's Medical Center Dallas. She is also a passionate supporter of the Dallas Museum of Art, Equest, National Charity League and the Crystal Charity Ball. Most recently, Robin has the pleasure of serving on the Board of The Clements Center of Southern Methodist University.