Originally from Santa Barbara, Lee Gillette moved to the High Country with his family during summer of 1990. Lee spent the early part of his childhood in the Blowing Rock area until moving to Boone, where he attended Watauga High School. During that time, Gillette cultivated a deep love and appreciation for the area. Lee spent a great deal of time outdoors hiking in the summer and skiing at AppSki Mountain during the winter.
Lee Gillette attended Appalachian State University to study Hospitality/Tourism Management in the Walker College of Business; graduating in the spring of 2005. Moving out of the area for a short time, Lee quickly realized that the High Country is where his heart belonged! He enjoys spending as much time outside as he can working in the yard, playing golf and tennis, or exploring all this area has to offer.
Lee’s wife just had their first child in February of 2018 and they are exited to raise a true Mountaineer!
Lee encourages you to “Come on in and let me help you find the perfect place to call home here in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains!”
- Lee and his wife, Liz, taking their baby boy Ben home!
- Bella says “Let’s go for a hike!”
Reviews from Lee Gillette’s Fan Club
“We highly recommend Lee Gillette for any real estate needs. Our property had some complicated aspects and Lee handled them all. He knows the area in and out.”
“Lee acted as my agent in the sale of a lot we owned. He was very engaged in the entire process through closing to make sure that everything went correctly and swiftly. The advice he gave showed a knowledge far beyond his age.
Lee was a pleasure to work with and I would not hesitate to use him again or recommend him to others.”
“We were extremely happy with our experience with Lee when looking for a home in the Boone area to be closer to family. He worked within our scheduled times to be in the area & had great homes for us to look at & consider. We are very happy in our new home & would recommend working with Lee to ‘make it happen’ for you.”
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