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Greenacres is a pleasant community North of I-90, outside of the Spokane Valley. It was originally developed as an irrigation district and owes its existence to agricultural roots. Many residents enjoyed the fruits of fertile farmland by raising and selling strawberries, raspberries, corn, cucumbers and other vegetables. In later years, many of the farms and orchards were sold for new home sites.

Today, the beauty of the surrounding area, business opportunities and local recreational areas offer the people of Greenacres an attractive alternative big city living. Easy access to Spokane, local lakes and Couerd’Alene make for a convenient commute and desirable suburban lifestyle.

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April 24th, 2014

Taking a Closer Look at Kendall Yards

Written by Spokane Windermere
Taking a Closer Look at Kendall Yards

Earlier this week we announced that we would be moving the offices for Windermere City Group into the Kendall Yards neighborhood. We figured this was as good a time as any to do a little write-up on the neighborhood that some of our REALTORS will soon be calling their home base. The Kendall Yards project has been an …

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April 22nd, 2014

Windermere City Group Moves to Kendall Yards

Written by Spokane Windermere
Windermere City Group Moves to Kendall Yards

There is a saying in real estate that you've probably heard before about the important factors being, "Location, location, location." Well, our Windermere City Group office is preparing to relocate to a new location in Kendall Yards, the new urban village on the north bank of the Spokane River near downtown Spokane. The …

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April 18th, 2014

Tiny Homes Promote Quality over Quantity

Are you fascinated about downsizing? Do you love small places? Does a simple and serene ambiance sound like music to your ears? Then hop on the bandwagon and get yourself a ‘tiny house’ because we all know the best things come in small packages.   What’s a tiny house? Tiny houses have recently hit …

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