Nancy G. Addison, born and raised in the Park Cities, brings a wealth of first hand knowledge she has gained as an involved citizen, mother, artist, award-winning photographer, teacher, organic health and lifestyle consultant, professional public speaker and volunteer.More Less
Nancy G. Addison was recently nominated to be listed on Top Ten Dallas.com for top real estate agents in Dallas. Her multi million dollar premier luxury property sales have been noted in D magazine. Nancy is a Dallas realtor who is experienced in buying and selling condominiums to multi-million dollar residences, including international properties and is skilled in negotiating, timing, dedicated consistency, reliability, knowledge, the market and true personal care. She is experienced in commercial real estate transactions, using her expertise to help her clients find the right office space. Nancy specializes in using dedication, hard work, and personal service to assist in the selling and purchasing of premier residences.
Nancy is well respected in the Park Cities. A graduate of Highland Park High School and Hollins College (now University) in Roanoke, Virginia, with a year at Texas A & M (in landscaping architecture), with extensive Graduate classes at S.M.U, U.T.D, and Teachers College at Columbia University in NYC., The Institute of Integrative Nutrition and a life long Texas Teaching Certificate.
She has made a difference throughout the Park Cities from Armstrong Elementary, where she established a Science Hummingbird-Butterfly Garden, to the High School, where she initiated the picnic area and the planting of several trees, served as Drama Mom, Ticket Chairwoman of the musical, PTA Publicity Chairwoman for two years. She was co-chair of Parent Communications and headed the Environmental Club at the Highland Park Middle School.
Other organizations benefiting from her talents include four years on the Board of the H.P. Arts Board, the Lighthouse for the Blind for fifteen years (where she was features in the United Way Brochure and name Volunteer of the Year), she is the Secretary of the Earth Society (affiliated with the U.N.), the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Dallas Museum of Art, Children's Medical Auxiliary, The Audubon Society, The Dallas Zoo Docent Board (for ten years), the Sierra Club and an active volunteer of the DFW Wildlife Coalition and Certified Registered Wildlife Rehabilitation and member of the Highland Park Presbyterian Church (where she taught Sunday school for twelve years).