Debbie phillips, sales associate
National Association of Realtors®
New Hampshire Association of Realtors®
Capitol Region Board of Realtors®
Certified Buyer’s Representative®
New Hampshire Farm Bureau
New England Dressage Association
Office: 800-639-4057 Ext 706
Debbie comes to Farms & Barns from a varied career background ranging from graphic design and publishing, working with individuals who have experienced TBI, to managing a small electronics company with her husband. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University and still enjoys painting in her “spare” time. Along with her life-long love of horses, she also enjoys gardening, yard sales and antique auctions, and spending lots of time on the farm with friends and family, most specifically her four grandchildren that are now horse happy as well.
A Pennsylvania resident most of her life, Debbie along with her husband, her horses, and dog made New Hampshire home in 2005. After an exhaustive search for the right property, they found Farms and Barns and the perfect 1790 colonial. They reclaimed the pastures, shored up the old barn and added stalls and fencing for the horses. She has always loved antique homes and has restored several over the years. Debbie enjoys the challenge of maintaining the antique features in a home while adding the modern amenities folks require in their homes today.
More recently, they took on the task of finding just the right piece of land to build the horse property of their dreams. A great experience to learn first-hand the challenges involved with seeing the potential in raw land, and understanding and overcoming the issues that can come with developing it and building.
Currently, sharing the farm with a Percheron/X named Lio who’s been doing a great job in the dressage arena, two ponies – Peanut Butter and Jelly, a Jack/Cairn cross called Bebe and the latest addition to the family the Irish Wolfhound, Clover. All keeping her busy on the farm and enjoying the NH lifestyle.
Working with Farms and Barns, an agency that understood the requirements of her horses as well as her passion for antique homes, inspired her decision to embark on a new career in real estate in 2007. She enjoys meeting folks with similar passions and looks forward to the opportunity to assist others to find just the right farm or horse property for themselves and their animals.