Jackman Realty is a boutique firm specializing in Coronado Island real estate for over 30 years ~ offering a full spectrum of building and interior design services.






Sheryll Jackman, GRI, CSP
calBRE #00875300
(619) 861-2687

Sheryll is a licensed general contractor. A graduate of the Design Institute of San Diego, she is also an NCIDQ-qualified interior designer. The GRI designation of the National Association of Realtors recognizes realtors who have in-depth training in legal and regulatory issues, technology, professional standards, and the sales process. She is a certified staging professional and also holds a RESA-PRO designation (Real Estate Staging Association-Professional Member), which requires several years of experience.

For more than 30 years, Sheryll and her husband, builder Harry Jackman, have owned one of Coronado’s most established design/build firms, the Jackman Group, which has created some of the island’s most spectacular homes. The company has also designed and built or remodeled many of the city’s iconic businesses and buildings, including Primavera Ristorante (an American Society of Interior Designers first place award winning design for Sheryll Jackman) and the Spreckels Building, for which The Jackman Group received the city of Coronado’s highest award for design.

In many respects, staging a home and staging vignettes in retail settings have similar objectives,” Jackman said. “They both invite the client to imagine themselves in a lifestyle of grace and coastal ambiance — and to ultimately buy the product!


Caylee Jackman Pinsonneault, Realtor
calBRE #01980898
(619) 708-4445

Caylee is a real estate agent and home stager with Jackman Realty. She holds a degree in Urban Studies from UC San Diego and studied at the Design Institute of San Diego. In addition to developing two bayside properties (709 and 711 First Street), Caylee  was responsible for redesigning, remodeling and staging 937 and 941 J, 527 Ocean and the historic Spreckels Mansion on Ocean Boulevard. Through her work with the city’s historic resources board on the J Avenue and Spreckels properties, she acquired great insight into proper remedies to undertake when responsible for significantly important properties.

Caylee and her mother Sheryll opened Island Provenance in Coronado in 1996 and followed with Seaside Home stores in Coronado, La Jolla and Rancho Santa Fe. When working on a project, Caylee draws on extensive knowledge and experience in the fields of antique acquisitions and retail buying.

Proper staging needs to be the right look for the home’s architecture. We look for clean, simple lines in furnishings that show off the possibilities of the house.