Vintage Homes

Since the late 1880’s, five generations of Susan’s family have called Seattle home. Her great-grandparents moved to Alki point in 1901. Her family still lives on Alki beach today creating a family legacy lasting over 109 years. 

Susan has a passion for architecture, interior design and remodeling. She has consulted numerous sellers on best-use designs for their homes to be sold that include updated floor plans, removing walls to create open concept living spaces, kitchen and bath updates and current buyer color trend preferences when listing. 

Susan has flipped four of her own properties including: a 1918 Bungalow, a 1906 Craftsman, and a 1960 mid-century ranch style home. Her biggest endeavor was in 2005 when she undertook a “Rehab Addict” project of a 1901 three story log structure built as a hotel named Seaview Hall. The project was a full-scale historic restoration which preserved a local landmark from demolition. Because of her experience with historic homes and restoration, Susan has developed relationships with local artisan tradespeople who specialize in era-specific renovations. She has connections to local historical societies and volunteers her time promoting preservation and restoration. If you have a passion for older, historic, or era-specific homes, Susan can help you find a historic home that may be already renovated or ready for a passionate rescue. Contact her for details!

Historical Homes For Sale


  1. 2 Beds,  1 Bath
    800 sqft   lot 2,022 sqft
    Listing provided by Bushnell Real Estate Solutions
    MLS 1939650
    1 Days on Market
  2. 0 Beds,  0 Bath
    lot 6,970 sqft
    Listing provided by John L. Scott, Inc.
    MLS 1940077
    1 Days on Market
  3. 1 Bed,  1 Bath
    669 sqft  
    Listing provided by RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc.
    MLS 1938856
    1 Days on Market
  4. 0 Beds,  0 Bath
    lot 5,040 sqft
    Listing provided by V-Realty
    MLS 1939938
    1 Days on Market
  5. 4 Beds,  2.25 Baths
    2,172 sqft   lot 3,433 sqft
    Listing provided by Keller Williams North Seattle
    MLS 1939581
    1 Days on Market
  6. 0 Beds,  0 Bath
    6,200 sqft   lot 5,188 sqft
    Listing provided by Kidder Mathews
    MLS 1940036
    1 Days on Market
  7. 3 Beds,  1.75 Baths
    2,160 sqft   lot 3,921 sqft
    Listing provided by RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc.
    MLS 1939962
    1 Days on Market
  8. 0 Beds,  0 Bath
    lot 18,400 sqft
    Listing provided by The Remlinger Group
    MLS 1939930
    1 Days on Market
  9. 4 Beds,  1.75 Baths
    2,157 sqft   lot 4,478 sqft
    Listing provided by COMPASS
    MLS 1939436
    1 Days on Market
  10. 4 Beds,  1.75 Baths
    1,800 sqft   lot 4,274 sqft
    Listing provided by Realogics Sotheby's Int'l Rlty
    MLS 1939654
    1 Days on Market
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Telling Seattleā€™s Story

Historic homes and love of architecture is in Susan’s blood. 

Her great-great uncle was one of Seattle’s most prominent early architects: Arthur Loveless (1873-1971) 

He designed over 100 residences and commercial buildings creating a lasting design impact in nearly every Seattle neighborhood. His most well- known building is the Loveless building located on Capitol Hill. It was originally design as an artist’s co-op with art studios on the street level and artist apartments above for a work-live co-op. Today it has retail and restaurants on the street level and through the courtyard is access to 10 charming apartments. He also designed 7 sorority and fraternities at UW, more than any other architect which includes houses Zeta-Psi and Beta Theta Pi Fraternities, and Delta Gamma sorority. 

Loveless designed stately homes for prominent residents such as Dexter Horton, the Pantages family, and Lawrence Colman who also hired him to design Colman pool at water’s edge in Lincoln Park where generations have cherished swimming and and continue to use today. 

Susan is currently working on a coffee table style book project that includes a catalog of his work featuring current photos of over 35 homes. 

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