Bobby Sabelhaus

Bobby Sabelhaus

Bobby’s love of Nantucket began as a kid when his family started to vacation on the island. Beach picnics at 40th Pole, frequent stops at the Juice Bar, and long afternoons fishing in Nantucket Sound are experiences he holds dear. He has fond memories of growing up and working on the island during the summer months and is excited to begin a new chapter on Nantucket selling real estate.

Prior to his decision to move to Nantucket and join Great Point Properties, he was the founder of FilmHaus, an independent film and television production company based in Los Angeles. While running FilmHaus Bobby executive produced the ESPN 30 for 30 film Baltimore Boys, blending his love of sports and filmmaking.

Before forming FilmHaus, Bobby worked in motion picture development at Village Roadshow Pictures and The Donners’ Company. While at The Donners’, he was involved in the development and production of major motion pictures, including Constantine, starring Keanu Reeves; X-Men: The Last Stand, starring Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry; and She’s The Man starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Bynes.

In his glory days, Bobby was a Parade Magazine All-American high school quarterback. He went on to play college football for Steve Spurrier at the University of Florida, later graduating from the University of Maryland in College Park.

When Bobby’s not working he enjoys the outdoors, golfing, biking, fishing, and hiking.