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Engel & Volkers Vancouver Island North


I have loved houses since I was a young girl. I grew up in a 1900s four-square farmhouse in the rolling hills of Maryland, on the ancestral lands of the Piscataway and Susquehannock First Nations.

I watched my mother restore our home over 20 years. I marvelled at the nooks and crannies inside of the built-in cabinets placed below the light-filled bay windows in the dining room. I treasured the robin's egg-coloured wooden window shutters and the brightly coloured rhododendron flowers that blanketed the side of the covered front porch in springtime.

Like many children of the 80s' I did a lot of collaging. With National Geographic and Southern Living as my only magazines to work from, I imagined landscapes and living spaces, possible futures. I collected paint chips from the local hardware store and wallpaper samples from the big binders my mother would borrow during her various remodel projects.

Fast forward almost 20 years and I am a mother of four living in an old wooden house with its own nooks, crannies, and (lots) of fixer projects. I have found my home here, which is on the opposite coast from my place of origin. I still love houses and established heritage landscaping. And although I love modern design and Danish modern furniture, I wouldn't trade my lakefront cottage for anywhere else on the planet. As a REALTOR®, I hope to help people find, or pass their home on to the next generation.

Cortes Island is located within the traditional territories of the toq qaymɩxʷ (Klahoose), ɬəʔamɛn qaymɩxʷ (Tla’amin), and ʔop qaymɩxʷ (Homalco) Nations, whose ancestors have inhabited these lands since time immemorial. Click to learn Indigenous Place Names in the region. To learn about Inidegnous territories around the globe visit Native-Land here.

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