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Audubon / Downriver

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Just a few minutes NW (following the path of the Spokane River) of Downtown Spokane you will find the charming and lively Audubon/Downriver Area. In it you will find homes largely built in the early 1900’s to the 40’s (some say “a South Hill feel without the South Hill price”).

The neighborhood is considered the gateway to Riverside State Park as it borders the Southeast corner of this Spokane gem.

Also, you will find many places to shop, eat and play such as The Downriver Grill, Flying Goat, Little Garden Café, Polka Dot Pottery, Judy’s Enchanted Garden, River Ridge Hardware (neighbors would argue the best hardware store in Spokane), Audubon Park (known for its annual summer “Concerts Under the Pines” series), Downriver Golf Course, Dwight Merkel Sports Complex and many other places to check out.

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Here's Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist:

Fall is an ideal time to tackle maintenance projects both inside and outside. Here are a few ideas to get you started: Gutters top to bottom: Water in the wrong spots can do a lot of damage. Start by ensuring that gutters and downspouts are doing their job. (Don’t attempt this task yourself if you have a two-story …

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September 10th, 2014

6 Neighborhood Features That Can Impact Home Values

Written by Spokane Windermere
6 Neighborhood Features That Can Impact Home Values

Sometimes the most important factors in buying a home have very little to do with the house itself. Just because the house is perfect, doesn't mean that it makes for the perfect home for you and your family. The neighborhood that the house is located in can be as important, or even more important, than the actual structure. …

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September 3rd, 2014

6 Tips For Your Fall Maintenance Checklist

Written by Spokane Windermere
6 Tips For Your Fall Maintenance Checklist

I know that nobody wants to think about summer coming to an end, but the recent slowly falling temperatures are a gentle reminder that the time is drawing near for the beginning of those fall maintenance checklists. With any seasonal maintenance list, the key thing is being prepared before the actual arrival of the season, …

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