Pamela Surtees has been a Realtor in Wellington since 1987, and 20 years as Sales Director of The Elebash Company, a small, boutique real estate Company, formed by Broker Peter Elebash who had been part of the startup team for Palm Beach Polo. With growth of Wellington from 4,000 year round residents, as it was when she began her career to now close to 60,000 year round residents, she was drawn to Equestrian Sotheby's because of its international appeal, servicing equestrians and sports enthusiasts over the world.
Prior to her moving to Wellington in 1982, she was a publicist in New York City, organizing events for the Animal Medical Center, The Asia Society, The Belmont Ball, Humane Society, and was one of the founders of the Young Friends of Red Cross New Year's Eve party at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach. She was the assistant to the Producer of "Hair", Michael Butler, and in the summers worked with the Butler family in Oak Brook, Illinois, then the capital of polo in the United Sates organizing a Player's Club and sponsorship programs for the game of polo. When polo moved to Wellington, so did Pam and her husband, Willie. Through the years, she has seen Wellington go from dirt roads and farms to the equestrian capital, and thriving Village that it now is, and along the way has sold houses, farms and land in every area of Wellington, West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach.
Pamela was the founder of the Hanley Hazelden Picnic at the Show Grounds, an avid golfer and is an integral part of the Wellington and Palm Beach communities. With her two boys, now in their 30's, she experienced first-hand, the advantages of family living in Wellington. Her expert knowledge of the area, dedication, and integrity are unsurpassed. Whether you are looking to buy, rent or sell, she will take the time to guide you through each step on your journey to find the perfect property. Languages: English