Dale Sorensen Real Estate, Inc.

The entire Dale Sorensen Real Estate family remains committed to working hard for our clients and extending support for our community. Our associates and staff are adapting to maintain the level of service our clients deserve. We are still taking listings, writing contracts and working with mortgage, title and insurance companies to ensure safe transactions. Our team remains available by phone, email and/or text so please do not hesitate to contact us.

DSRE has been closely monitoring this ever changing situation and will follow all precautions outlined by the CDC. We have been consulting with our clients to do what is in their best interest and will continue to show homes, with the approval of the seller, as long as this is
in compliance with state or local guidance.

In the past 42 years, we, along with the rest of Florida’s Treasure Coast, have endured great obstacles. As we have done before, we will work together to overcome and grow from this shared experience. We are committed to continuing our business during these uncertain times and are working together as a family, company and community to support each other.

Finally, thank you to all the essential employees and businesses that are working tirelessly to keep our community healthy and safe.


IRC DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE FEBRUARY TOP PRODUCERS

SALLY WOODS
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings & Closed Sales

THE WESTOVER TEAM
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

Kathy worth
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

DAVID DECKER
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

TEAM PROVANCHER
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

THE LIVE NOW TEAM
SEBASTIAN OFFICE : Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings & Closed Sales


DSRE Broker Associate Matilde Sorensen Announces Significant Price Reduction for Riverfront Estate

VERO BEACH, FL/FEBRUARY 2020 – Dale Sorensen Real Estate Broker Associate Matilde Sorensen has announced a significant price drop for “Palm Cottage”, a magnificent riverfront estate on Vero Beach’s Barrier Island. Originally listed for $8,875,000, the price has been reduced to $7,500,000.  The property is located at 721 Grove Place in Orchid Island.

“This is one of Vero Beach’s most beautiful homes,” Sorensen said. “It has one of the most magnificent master suites with a fireplace that is visible from both the bedroom and the bath.  The kitchen is every cook’s dream.  But the view of the river and the amazing outdoor living space is simply breathtaking. It’s a great place to watch our famous Florida sunsets or see dolphins jumping.”

Situated on nearly an acre of lush, tropically landscaped property, with expansive views of the Indian River, the 2 guest cottages and main house make up almost 9,000 square feet of living area.  The estate includes a beautiful courtyard featuring a glimmering pool and spa, a lovely “mermaid” fountain and splashes of meticulous green lawn. The main house features polished marble floors, a total of 9 fireplaces, 2 bedrooms, 5 baths, and an elevator to the second floor. The Chef’s kitchen is impeccable with white plantation style cabinetry, two sinks, a side by side Sub-Zero fridge with 3 freezer drawers, double built-in ovens, and an island featuring a 6-burner Thermador gas stovetop and overhead hood vent.  The adjacent family room looks out onto the lanai.  The first-floor guest suite is complete with its own laundry area and a full size ensuite featuring a marble surround jacuzzi tub.

On the second floor is the impressive master suite. The bedroom itself is elegant with glowing wood floors, a unique custom-built wood-beamed tray ceiling and a private deck to view the area’s stunning sunsets.  The lavish master bath is magnificent with marble floors, black and gold furniture-style footed sinks, an oval jacuzzi tub and another one of the home’s beautiful stone fireplaces.  The all-marble master shower has multiple shower heads and features a large window that overlooks the Indian River lagoon. 

The master suite also includes a beautifully appointed den and a piano room with glorious views of the river.  Both rooms feature polished wood floors, custom tray ceilings and access to the private balcony.  Access to the second floor is granted through a stone staircase or via a private elevator.

The north and south cottages are separated by a walk-through. The north cottage has 2 bedrooms while the South cottage features 1 bedroom.  Both cottages feature laundry rooms, kitchens, living rooms and ample windows to allow for lots of natural light while the ground floor rooms open to the courtyard.

The outdoor living spaces of this home are incomparable and feature a summer kitchen, covered lanai, open pool deck with twin fireplaces on either side of a beautiful heated pool and 4 single-stream fountains. 

The home’s dock is accessed just off the main pool and offers fishing, boating and views of the Indian River Lagoon with all its local flora and fauna. Watch dolphins, turtles, egrets and other wildlife from the privacy of your own dock.

Located on Vero Beach’s Barrier Island in the exclusive community of Orchid Island, residents enjoy a world class lifestyle and amenities. 

For enquiries, contact Matilde Sorensen at 772.532.0010, by email at msorensen@sorensenrealestate.com; or at her office located at 3206 Cardinal Drive, Vero Beach, FL 32963

Dale Sorensen Real Estate was founded in 1978 by Sorensen, Sr., with a focus on luxury property in Vero Beach.  The company has since grown to include oceanfront, waterfront, single family homes, condominiums, rental properties and commercial real estate.  DSRE now has 7 main offices, with 5 satellite locations in Brevard and Indian River Counties and on North Hutchinson Island.  The firm is now considered the leading real estate company in all the markets they serve and reported sales of $816 million in 2019.


IRC DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE DECEMBER TOP PRODUCERS

– JOAN COOK –
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– SALLY WOODS –
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– CATHY CURLEY –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– ELIZABETH SORENSEN –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– SAM ROBBINS –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– PROVANCHER TEAM –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– THE LIVE NOW TEAM –
Sebastian Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– ROBIN BURGARELLA –
Sebastian Office: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings


IRC DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE NOVEMBER TOP PRODUCERS

Congratulations November Top Producers | Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc THE RIGHT MOVE

– JOAN COOK –
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– MELISSA MITTAG –
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– STACEY MORABITO –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– RITA CURRY TEAM –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– MIKE YOUNG –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– PROVANCHER TEAM –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– THE LIVE NOW TEAM –
SEBASTIAN OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

– ASHLEIGH LOVELL TEAM –
SEBASTIAN OFFICE : Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings


DSRE Staff and Agents Participate in Annual Soup Bowl for Samaritan Center for Homeless Families of IRC

Common room area set up for pot luck lunch with tables covered in light blur tablecloths

VERO BEACH, FL/NOVEMBER 2019 – Dale Sorensen Real Estate (DSRE) staff and agents recently participated in the annual soup bowl to raise funds for the Samaritan Center for Homeless Families of IRC.  This is the seventh year that the company has participated in the event.

Participants were able to choose from a variety of eleven different soups, all made and donated by the staff and agents.  Soups included Black Bean & Ham Soup, Moroccan Beef Stew, Hamburger Soup, Corn Chowder,
Curried Butternut Squash, Chicken Vegetable Soup, Chicken and Dumplings Soup, Minestrone Soup, Chicken Tortilla Soup, Avgolemono Chicken Soup with Rice and Cajun Bean & Ham Soup.  The event raised over $500 for the Center.

According to the Center’s Facebook page, the Samaritan Center for Homeless Families of IRC is a long-term transitional residential facility for homeless families in Indian River County with a structured step-based program with onsite 24-hours a day case managers that help pregnant women and homeless families develop the life skills needed for successful reintegration into mainstream society.  This is the 27th year that the Samaritan Soup Bowl has been held in Indian River County.  More than forty businesses and organizations hosted the event at their individual locations.

This is just one of many ways that DSRE gives back to the communities they serve.  With the company leadership cultivating the culture of giving, those within the company at all levels also consider themselves “community servants”.  Hundreds of volunteer hours and thousands of dollars are donated on behalf of a multitude of non-profit and charitable organizations in the community and around the world.  Staff and sales agents volunteer on boards and at events, selling everything from soup to fish tacos, hosting parties, dancing in the local “dancing with Vero’s Stars” and traveling abroad to provide medical treatment for impoverished nations.  The company also hosts the Annual Vero Beach Easter Parade and Photos with Santa. 

Since 2014, DSRE has donated space to charities in its stand-alone real estate broadsheet in the Press Journal. The charities take advantage of this donation to market their events and fundraising purposes.  Organizations like The Boys & Girls Club, Environmental Learning Center, Riverside Theater, Indian River Community Foundation, Hibiscus Children’s Center, Harvest Food & Outreach Center, Children’s Home Society, VNA, Indian River Medical Center, Indian River Firefighters’ Fair, the Humane Society and others have all taken advantage of the generous donation.  The marketing piece gives the organizations a marketing opportunity they would never be able to afford otherwise. The company donates over $250,000 a year in advertising space alone.

For more information about Dale Sorensen Real Estate, visit their website at www.SorensenRealEstate.com; visit them on Facebook or call them at 772.231.4712.


IRC DALE SORENSEN REAL ESTATE OCTOBER TOP PRODUCERS

Congratulations October Top Producers | Dale Sorensen Real Estate THE RIGHT MOVE

– SALLY WOODS –
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales & New Listings

– AGGIE SZYMANSKA –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– THE WESTOVER TEAM –
CARDINAL OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales & New Listings

– THE RAASVELDT GROUP –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales & New Listings

– ROBIN BURGARELLA –
SEBASTIAN OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

– ASHLEIGH LOVELL TEAM –
SEBASTIAN OFFICE : Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales


Soup’s On! – Samaritan Center’s 27th Annual Soup Bowl Event

Samaritan Center Soup Bowl - Breaking Bread Together For The Homeless November 7, 2019 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM | Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc. THE RIGHT MOVE

(Vero Beach, FL) September 16 – The 27th Annual Samaritan Center Soup Bowl will be held county wide on Thursday, November 7, 2019. More than 70 local restaurants supply the soup which will be served at the local places of worship and each business location provides their own soup. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and dinner locations will serve from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m.

The Samaritan Center provides transitional housing for homeless families with dependent children in Indian River County. Samaritan Center is a core program of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach and a funded partner of the United Way. This event raises awareness and funds for the homeless families served by Samaritan Center.

“The Soup Bowl has turned into county ritual,” said Renee Bireley, Program Administrator. “Soup Bowl originated more than 26 years ago when the Samaritan Center Advisory Board brainstormed ideas on a community fundraiser that would bring awareness to the homeless population and would be affordable enough for everyone to attend. From that meeting, Soup Bowl was born. The fundraiser asks for a minimum donation of $5 for a bowl of soup and $15 for a soup-to-go; however, the idea is to donate what you would have spent on that meal had you gone out to eat instead.”

Soup Bowl Workshops started at the Vero Beach Museum of Art in mid-August where more than 1,000 wheel thrown bowls are created on and off campus by volunteer potters. The bowls will be available at all the public locations for a minimum donation of $15 on November 7.  Hand- crafted soup tureens, made by master ceramicists are raffled for chances that cost $1. The tureens will be on display at the Vero Beach Museum of Art from Thursday, October 25 through Thursday, November 7.

“Our center was built by a community coming together in 1990 to donate funds to build our facility. Now, the whole community continues to come together each year to support us with Soup Bowl. It is quite impressive.” commented Renee. “We have more than 40 local artists and volunteers helping during the Soup Bowl Workshop, hundreds more who volunteer at approximately 42 serving sites, more than 70 chefs who prepare hundreds of gallons of soup, plus our staff and Advisory Board members who organize it all behind the scenes.”

To learn more about Samaritan Center or get more information about Soup Bowl, please call 772-770-3039 or visit www.catholiccharitiesdpb.org.

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About Samaritan Center

Samaritan Center is a transitional residential facility for homeless families in Indian River County with a structured step-based program and onsite 24-hours-a-day case managers that help pregnant women and homeless families develop the life skills needed for successful reintegration into mainstream society. Admission is open to families of all faiths. Visit www.catholiccharitiesdpb.org/ samaritan-centertransitional-housing

About Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach provides 15 social services and ministries at eight locations throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach. Established in 1984, Catholic Charities responds to the needs of the poor and most vulnerable by providing quality programs that serve children, families, and homeless. Catholic Charities of the five-county Diocese of Palm Beach respects life in all of its stages. In living our faith, we create hope for people in need, without regard to religion. Through our programs and ministries, we empower individuals, deliver social services and collaborate with others in building just and compassionate communities. Visit www.catholiccharitiesdpb.org

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach
Diocese of Palm Beach
9995 North Military Trail
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Media Contacts:
Janelle Hoffman Catholic Charities of DPB 561-630-2695


IRC Dale Sorensen Real Estate Top Producers

Congratulations to our Dale Sorensen Real Estate September 2019 Top Producers!


ROSANNE MOLER
CARDINAL Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

CHRISTINE HUGHES
Downtown OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

MELISSA MITTAG
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales

BILL BAYSURA
A1A OFFICE: Highest Dollar Volume of New Listings

THE RAASVELDT GROUP –
DOWNTOWN Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales & New Listings

THE ASHLEIGH LOVELL TEAM
Sebastian Office: Highest Dollar Volume of Closed Sales & New Listings


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