Deborah Coles - REALTOR®
In a market as multifaceted and nuanced as Princeton, you’ll need a team with the experience, know-how, and local knowledge to lean on as you make your way through your transaction. Deborah Coles is a recognizable force in the Princeton Luxury market.
Over the years, Debbie has been recognized by Weichert for excellence in production and placing her in the top 5% out of all Weichert agents worldwide.
The greater Princeton Market is a beautiful and varied market with every property and neighborhood being truly unique. Deborah’s insight is beneficial and a trained eye and with lots of local experience helps guide buyers and sellers to a successful transaction which can be priceless.
Surrounded by walking trails, parks and cycling trails. During the summer you can watch the rowers on Carnegie lake or take a canoe along the canal. Centrally located and close to major cities, a short train journey to NYC and a short drive to Philadelphia, close to public transport and airports. In the winter enjoy skiing in the local Poconos and in the summer take a drive to the many sandy beaches along the shoreline.
Her consistency, professionalism, and market knowledge provide her with continued support and referrals from his broad base of clients. Deborah’s professional achievements include many consecutive years as a multi-million dollar producer and a recipient of the New Jersey Association of Realtors State of New Jersey’s prestigious Circle of Excellence Award Level for 2020 (Gold Level)
“I was British born and moved to Princeton in 2000 with my husband James and daughter Olivia. My husband is President of a company based in NYC and my daughter attended school in Princeton. With its high educational standards, she was well prepared for College and now works for a leading design company in Philadelphia. My background major is in Finance and I also have a BA in Interior Design.
I have lived in Princeton for over 10 years, it is a wonderful town with the most beautiful university campus, treelined streets, historical homes and an abundance of restaurants, eateries, a central library and several museums. There is a real sense of community and sense of pride in the town. It draws people and cultures, is full of artists, educators and an ever-changing mix of residents from around the globe.”