“Paul has carved himself a particular niche market helping his clients buy and sell Long Island’s Gold Coast estates and has an expertise in North Shore real estate in general,” said Bonnie Devendorf, sales manager for Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Locust Valley office. “He is highly knowledgeable of art, design and architecture and restoration and is a great resource to his clients and colleagues. We are proud to have him in our Locust Valley office.”
A native to Long Island’s North Shore who works out of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Locust Valley office, Mateyunas has been schooled in the arts in the United States and Italy and holds degrees in art history and business. He is the author of North Shore Long Island Country Houses 1890-1950 and Long Island’s Gold Coast, has been curator of several exhibitions and often lectures on the subject. He resides in Huntington.
A member of Daniel Gale’s Gold Circle of Excellence, Paul has successfully listed and sold some of the North Shore’s best examples of country house architecture, including the work of architects like Delano & Aldrich, Hunt & Hunt, William L. Bottomley, and Horace Trumbauer.
Founded in 1922, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty consistently leads the nation in achieving one of the highest average sales prices in the country. DGSIR is a $2.4 billion dollar plus organization with close to 600 sales associates in 23 sales offices spanning Long Island. Services include a Relocation Division, an award-winning Marketing & Technology Department, a Development Marketing Group, Commercial and Rental Divisions; Ambassador Abstract title company, and a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage affiliation. The Sotheby’s International Realty® affiliate for Long Island’s North Shore since 1976, DGSIR has gained national and international recognition, including top honors worldwide.
In addition to its place on the Regents Board of "Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate," Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty is active in Real Trends and The Realty Alliance (comprising some of the real estate industry's most influential companies with participation "by invitation only"). For more information, visit www.danielgale.com.