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Commonly referred to as the Heart of the South Hill this neighborhood features Manito Park which was originally named, “Montrose Park” and to this day the primary garden showplace in Spokane.

Manito means, “spirit of nature”. There are 90 acres with something for everyone … tennis courts, playgrounds, baseball field, picnic shelter, duck pond, Duncan Gardens and greenhouse, Japanese Garden, Lilac Garden, Rose Garden and more.

The Park Bench Restaurant (open seasonally), the Rockwood Bakery and other restaurants, Saint John’s Cathedral, plus a close proximity to Downtown and Hospitals.

The homes in this area vary greatly in style, size and age. Here you will find Grand Mansions from Spokane’s early founders, Brick Bungalows, Craftsman homes, and more

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October 18th, 2017

When Things Go Bump in the Night

It’s almost Halloween; the time of year when people decorate their homes with haunting embellishments and spooky décor. Bats, spiders, and rodents are all good and fun when they’re made of plastic, but when you have the real thing taking up residence in your home, it’s no treat. Here are some tips …

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October 16th, 2017

Help Us Keep Homeless Youth Warm Again This Winter

  All of us at Windermere are very excited to be in the midst of the second season of our partnership with the Seattle Seahawks, and continuing our campaign to help #tacklehomelessness. For every home game tackle made by the Seahawks, the Windermere Foundation is donating $100 to YouthCare, a non-profit that provides …

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October 11th, 2017

Find a New Home in Four Steps

  Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a current owner looking for a bigger home, the ideas below will help you better navigate that all-important first step: Finding a property that you like (and can afford).   The search for a new home always starts out with a lot of excitement. But if you haven’t …

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