A longtime resident of Sag Harbor Village in the Hamptons, Cee Scott Brown specializes in Sag Harbor real estate but handles properties that range from the waterfront to historic houses throughout the Hamptons, from Amagansett to Southampton. Cee moved full-time to his waterfront cottage in Sag Harbor Village in 1996 when he also began selling Hamptons real estate. Ever since, he has consistently held top-producer status, earning a fine reputation as a waterfront specialist and an extensive following of creative and artistic customers and clients thanks to his 20 years in the high-profile art world.
With his business comprised predominantly of referrals, Cee has a superior track record for successfully servicing his buyers and sellers, and fulfilling all their Hamptons real estate needs.
The son of cattle ranchers in the Yakima Valley, WA, Cee moved to New York City in 1977 to take a position at The Museum of Modern Art. He worked in the then-only contemporary program of the Museum called The Projects Program. After three years at MoMA, he became Director of the Holly Solomon Gallery where he had the opportunity to work with some of the most exciting and non-traditional artists of the time. Cee was also Director for eight years of a pioneering arts organization, Creative Time, that presented all forms of art in public venues. He concluded his two decades in the art field with his last stint running the Art Matters Foundation and spearheading the successful Art Matters Catalog, which featured merchandise and artworks by well-known and emerging artists. All profits went back into the foundation to be granted to younger and more challenging visual artists across the U.S.
Cee served as chairperson of the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board for many years. He stepped down mid-2015 at the end of his current term. He has spent time working with the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, and in May 2015 was elected to the Board of Trustees for two years. Cee enjoys international travel, particularly SE Asia where he journeys every year. Recently Cee and his husband John Bjørnen purchased a small ranch in northern Sonoma County and are developing a winter and sometime-weekend residence there, perched high on a hill overlooking the Alexander Valley, vineyards and the Russian River.
Jack and Cee both come from service-oriented backgrounds- art and fashion- which gives them specialized tools for working with savvy clients and customers. This discerning eye for detail, quality and value produces excellent results and homeowner satisfaction.Contact Us