X

Spokane Real Estate Search

Manito

manito manito

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

manito park manito street
  • LATEST COMMUNITY INFORMATION

October 22nd, 2014

How to Avoid the Wintertime Blues

Written by Spokane Windermere
How to Avoid the Wintertime Blues

One of the great things about living in Spokane is that we get to experience all four seasons. That being said, those winter months can sometimes seem to drag on a bit, and can bring with them a little case of the winter blues. Thankfully, we have some tips to help keep you warm, cozy, and happy during the winter months. Light, …

continue reading →

October 20th, 2014

Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge Follow-up

Earlier this year, Windermere Real Estate hosted the “Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge” to celebrate the Foundation’s 25th anniversary. Twenty-one non-profit organizations throughout the Western United States were nominated by Windermere offices to compete via Facebook for $25,000. The five …

continue reading →

October 20th, 2014

Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge follow-up

Earlier this year, Windermere Real Estate hosted the “Windermere Foundation Charity Challenge” to celebrate the Foundation’s 25th anniversary. Twenty-one non-profit organizations throughout the Western United States were nominated by Windermere offices to compete via Facebook for $25,000. The five non-profits …

continue reading →