Celia Goble has lived in five different countries and several different cities, making her intimately familiar with the struggles of finding places to live in a variety of markets. These personal experiences, coupled with her extensive background in art and hospitality, inspired Celia’s decision to become a real estate agent – as she enjoys helping people connect with the objects, buildings and places around them.
For Celia, finding a home goes well beyond the mere four walls. When working with her clients, she embraces the entirety of their needs, personality and lifestyle to find a solution, and a community, that suits them best.
Originally from Vienna, VA, in the suburbs of Washington, DC, Celia lived in beautiful Park Slope, Brooklyn while attending New York University. She holds a B.A. in Art History, as well as an M.A. in Religion (art-focused) completed at Duke University. A current Long Island City resident, Celia admires the diversity and distinctiveness of the special NYC neighborhoods and boroughs. She specializes in rentals and sales in Midtown West, the Upper West and East Sides, but works anywhere her clients’ interests take her.
Celia’s expert customer service and research skills, and an appreciation of architecture and the visual side of apartment hunting make her a well-rounded, dedicated agent. She is friendly, approachable, and able to respond quickly in stressful situations.