Shelley Sugden

Associate

RE/MAX Executive

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About Shelley Sugden

Native New Englander & horse-woman turned paddleboarder and sharktooth hunter.

Our family of 4 traded our snow boots for flip flops in 2009 and have no regrets! We have loved raising our family in Coastal NC, enjoy the climate and natural surroundings and have picked up some new hobbies: boating, island hopping, paddleboarding and shark tooth hunting!

One of my favorite places to be is on a paddle board in the intracoastal waterway, marshes and creeks. There is just something so good for the soul while breathing in the salt air and taking in the scenery. I love viewing all the wildlife; herons quietly stalking fish or egrets hanging out in the marsh trees, skates and large osprey nests. It's a peaceful and energizing experience all at the same time!

My favorite local places include Casa Blanca Coffee Roasters, which has a cool vibe, indoor & outdoor seating, and the best Oat Milk Cinnamon Honey Latte; K38 Baja Grill for tex-mex cali style fair; Indochine for delicious asian food and an eclectic atmosphere; Savorez for Latin American cuisine and Boobalatti's for a sweet treat.

Something you might not know about me, is that I'm an artist, specializing in expressive and impressionistic landscape art, and I was on the women's soccer team and Equestrian Team in college.

Growing up in Maine, you have to be a jack of all trades. One random thing I know how to do is identify a tree species by the inside of a split log or just from the bark. In the summers, while we cut, split or put wood in for the winter, my dad would quiz my brother and me on the various hardwoods. I could probably still pick out a rock maple from a red oak any day of the week!