Her own personal experience is what makes her the right person in my book to assist the first-time homebuyer in acquiring their first home. Only a person who knows the challenges of taking the first steps can offer you guidance to going through the process with ease. She also has a deep love for the Hamptons. A lifelong boater and captain, Jenny’s passion for the water has led to her own seaside living and her expertise in waterfront homes. She spent years fishing offshore with her father for tuna in the Hudson Canyon and these days prefers puttering around in her restored 1976 Donzi, looking for unfound spots to drop anchor. The natural beauty of the Hamptons coastline continues to inspire her and she shares that inspiration with customers, whether they are first-time buyers or seasoned investors.
Jenny’s commitment to the community is manifested through her love and passion for animals run deep and she is a volunteer for The Wildlife Center of the Hamptons as well as a supporter of ARF, Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.
A graduate of The Dalton School in NYC and The University of Vermont, Jenny spent her years prior to working in photo production as a producer at ABC News, and at The Andy Warhol Foundation as well as an account executive in advertising.
Born and raised in New York City, Jenny has been exploring and residing part-time in the Hamptons since she was a child. She became a full-time resident of East Hampton over ten years ago, and now lives on Three Mile Harbor where she can watch the sunset every evening.
When asked why Real Estate and why the Hamptons?
Living and working in East Hampton is a dream. I feel so fortunate to be in an area where the natural beauty of the oceans and the bays and the farms and the vineyards are so inspiring. I am a Captain and lifelong boater and I have taken clients out on my boat when looking at waterfront properties as the perspective from the water is so different than from land. It’s a great way to connect and add that little something extra to create a unique experience.
Zack Dayton is a descendant of one of the Hamptons’ founding families, Zacheriah Dayton is a passionate ambassador for the East End lifestyle, well versed in the real estate landscape and deeply involved and supportive of the community. Growing up in the heart of East Hampton Village, Zack learned to swim, surf and fish the local waterways, eventually serving the town as a lifeguard on Georgica Beach. His surfing expertise and interest in world travel which led him to take trips throughout the US, Caribbean, Central, and South America where he forged lifelong relationships and a fluency in Spanish.
After completing his marketing degree at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Zack returned to the Hamptons to pursue a career in real estate. Now a Licensed Salesperson at Sotheby’s International Realty, Zack draws upon his extensive market knowledge, broad network, and invaluable training as an apprentice with family members who are local leaders in real estate and high-end construction. Zack is proud to continue his family’s legacy of serving the East End and assisting his clients in building their own Hamptons legacy.
When Real Estate is in your bloodline there is no way you can dismiss it.
Zack’s history runs long and deep, and his commitment to serving others is in his DNA. “My 10th great-grandfather, Ralph Dayton, first settled in East Hampton in 1650. He was captivated by the natural beauty and fertile lands. He built his home on the site of the present-day Home Sweet Home Museum and dug Town Pond, the landmark pond at the onset of the Village, for his cattle. Like my great grandfather before me the natural beauty of the area has drawn me back to live here full time. It is a pleasure sharing my knowledge of all the unique and beautiful areas of the Hamptons and helps those start their own family’s story on the East End.”