David Mackie

David Mackie’s unique background has made him a truly high end Real Estate Agent. Raised in Wellesley Farms, David’s family moved to the Back Bay in the 1980’s and soon became involved with Boston real estate brokerage, which eventually evolved into a business focused on high end properties.

Few Boston agents know the high end market and have been exposed to the best properties like David.  Simply stated, David has sold the best and most expensive properties in the City.  David focuses on luxury real estate in Boston’s premier neighborhoods including the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and South End.  Having learned from the one of the top earning agents of her time, his mother Florence Mackie, David’s sales experience has consisted of properties primarily priced over $1 Million with an average selling price of over $2 Million.

In addition to sales, David also has worked in many of other real estate related positions, including financing, development and property management, having worked at the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, the SK Companies and The Community Builders.

David puts his client Buyers and Sellers needs as first priority and combines intense services with decades of knowledge of the Boston high end real estate market.

David grew up skiing, hiking and cycling in Vermont and his family owns a second home in Saxtons River where they enjoy the country life of the Green Mountain State as much as they can, as time permits.

What are my interests outside of real estate?

I thought it would be nice to share a bit about myself through some of my activities and favorite places throughout New England. With a second home in Southern Vermont I spend a good deal of time there enjoying the relaxing pace of country living. Always looking forward to hiking in the woods or riding the trails at nearby Vermont Academy.


We adopted this little guy a few years ago and he’s now in charge it seems. How can you argue with an adorable face like that!

Mountain Biking

Whether riding the trails for a physical challenge or to take in the scenery the mountain bike never disappoints. My local trails in Vermont are always amazing thanks to the Vermont Academy XC team building and maintaining a fantastic network. When at home in Boston I’ll ride on the road along the water downtown or out to and around the Blue Hills Reservation. It’s been beautifully repaved with a marked lane and the Neponset River Trail is a quiet and scenic route there and back. A nice way to spend a few hours getting out of the city.