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In the heart of the Spokane Valley, nestled between Liberty Lake and Mt. Spokane, Central Valley offers commercial growth, urban development, quality schools and and an abundance of recreational activities.

The recent establishment of hundreds of businesses along upgraded corridors has attracted the attention of many national retailers and restaurants, including The Spokane Valley Mall, Mirabeau Point Community Center, and a new YMCA.

Central Valley High School and University High School are among the distinguished schools in the area.

The Spokane River, Centennial Trail and many sports complexes offer a host of recreational options including kayaking, roller blading, volleyball, soccer and remote control vehicle track amongst many other things.

The highly regarded Painted Hills Golf Course is just one of several quality yet affordable courses in close proximity. Each neighborhood offer a variety of new homes in a wide price range for any lifestyle and budget.

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January 17th, 2018

Creating Comfort Through Interior Design

Just because the Christmas decor is put away and the festive mood of the holidays is over doesn’t mean we have to stop creating a snug and cozy home. It’s a good time to embrace winter Hygge! If you aren’t familiar with Hygge, it’s a Danish word for feeling content and cozy. Here are seven ways …

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January 10th, 2018

Empty Nesters: Remodel or Sell?

  Your kids have moved out and now you’re living in a big house with way more space than you need. You have two choices – remodel your existing home or move. Here are some things to consider about each option.   Choice No. 1: Remodel your existing home to better fit your current needs. Remodeling …

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January 8th, 2018

Keep Herbs Alive and Well in Winter With These 5 Tactics

Temperatures may be dropping, but that doesn’t mean we have to bid farewell to our herb gardens. Cold-hardy herbs, such as chives, mint, oregano, parsley, sage and thyme, can often survive cold-winter temperatures while continuing to produce flavorful foliage, as long as they are provided with some protection or grown …

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