Author: Susan Ripley Hilliard

Susan Ripley Hilliard is a North Carolina native, but has now called Houston home for over 40 years. Prior to real estate, Susan enjoyed a background in several fields, including traveling the world as a Delta Airlines flight attendant and owning her own manufacturing business. She's now a real estate agent for Boulevard Realty and her past as a registered ASID interior designer gives her an edge in determining what today's buyers and sellers want and need in a home. Susan stays active in the community through numerous volunteer activities, including being a sustaining member of the Junior League of Houston and holding leadership roles in the National Society of Colonial Dames of America and Boulevard Oaks Ladies Association. When she’s not working or volunteering, Susan enjoys traveling, reading history, and exercising daily at DEFINE.
By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: The Nascency of Shadyside Part 2

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with…

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By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: The Nascency of Shadyside Part 1

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with…

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By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: Boulevard Oaks Part 2

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with General…

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By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: Boulevard Oaks Part 1

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with…

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