As an avid, amateur historian, I truly appreciate the character and story that vintage houses have to tell. Each property is special in its own way and presents a unique set of challenges in fitting into today’s owner, buyer and lender requirements. I have the resources and knowledge to help you resolve any potential issues that you may have with your vintage home. In 2009, I was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Benton County, the City of Corvallis Historic Resources Commissions, and Preservation Works for Leadership and Commitment associated with my work in the historic neighborhoods of Corvallis.
Filled with a rich history, Corvallis has four historic districts with homes and buildings that range in age from the mid-1840’s to the mid-1930’s. A historic preservation program was established in 1982 to protect the homes and buildings that showcase much of Corvallis’ history.
With over 700 historic homes and buildings, Albany isn’t shy of history either. Located in four historic districts, these homes and buildings range from the 1840’s through the late 1920’s. Albany is also home to several museums that display different aspects of the community’s history.
|Photos are from the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places|