Stacy Calcagni


Guilford Office - 203-458-1821 ext. 1456


How long have you lived in Connecticut? What part and why?

I have lived in Connecticut my whole life. I grew up in Cheshire, but now live in Guilford with my husband and our four children. We feel it is a real treat to live in this shoreline community. We have great schools and great friends as well as an easy going eclectic vibe. Our town center and our large, active green are very special to this community. I am especially looking forward to participating with our children’s pre-proms and graduations on the green!

What is your favorite thing to do?

My favorite thing to do is spend time with my fun, busy family. I love sporting events, school events, vacations, and our daily energy- filled, catch-up dinners.

What is your favorite time of year in Connecticut?

My favorite season is spring. I feel it’s the prelude to many beautiful things…the warm weather, flowers, summer vacation, and the longer sunlit days.

What is your favorite childhood memory?

A favorite childhood memory was going to work at my father’s office (Calcagni Associates!). Our family business originated the year I was born. I especially loved the old fashioned check machine and using up all the company stationary until the agents decided to hide it! It has been exciting growing up and seeing my father’s and now my brother’s hard work expand into what Calcagni is today.

How long have you been part of the Calcagni team?

I feel I have been part of the Calcagni team throughout my whole life. Long before I became a Realtor for Calcagni, I spent many social occasions with the Calcagni team. Many of the original Realtors have watched me grow up, get married, and raise my four beautiful children. This is truly is a family orientated company. It’s no wonder that Calcagni has been so successful in making so many clients’ dreams come true by finding their perfect home.



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