About John Napier
Growing up I have always had an aﬃnity for the outdoors, nature and especially Vermont. Toward that end, I attended UMASS and graduated with a degree in Agronomy. I then worked my way up at a local golf course from Assistant Golf Course Superintendent to Golf Course Superintendent to Superintendent of Golf Course Operations, where I held the position for many years. Among the professional accomplishments I am most proud of are, being voted Golf Course Superintendent of the Year by the members of Connecticut Association of Golf Course Superintendents in 1997, established the “Noreaster” a social event at the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America where 13 chapters all over New England come together annually, achieved certification through Golf Course Superintendent Association of America and served as president of the Connecticut Association of Golf Course Superintendents in 1997. Those were both productive and wonderful years spent in a profession that I loved.
A dream of mine, has always been to build a home in Vermont. I’ve accomplished that through long hours and hard work. Our home in Vermont was finally completed after 3 1/2 years spending weekends and vacations building this house. We are so happy to be here, as this home has given our family the ability ski, hike and snowmobile, in an area that is breathtaking!
Once I built our home, I was hooked and wanted to renovate or build a second house to sell. We found that perfect property in Cavendish, Vermont. Once again, with long hours and hard work and my son Ryan’s help with construction and my wife’s decorating and staging it, to our delight when completed it sold within 9 days to a lovely family from Connecticut. We then had the “real estate bug” which led me to take the real estate course and obtain my real estate license. I’ve recently been fortunate to have been hired by Coldwell Banker Watson Realty and am excited to begin my new career with them!
I’d be happy to help you find your dream house, vacation home, condo or apartment.