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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.


September 20th, 2017

New Home Construction

Developers are not building enough single family homes to keep up with demand. The reason why? Cost. Windermere's Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner explains why new construction is so cost prohibitive and how to shift the trend.     …

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September 18th, 2017

I’m Ready To Downsize But How Do I Start?

By June Griffiths   Are you thinking about downsizing but don’t know how to make the tricky transition work? How do you buy a new place before you sell your current home?   You are not alone as many home owners have the same concerns. They want to embrace a new lifestyle, take advantage of our ever-increasing …

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September 15th, 2017

Windermere and the Seahawks are Back for Another Season to #TackleHomelessness!

All of us at Windermere are very excited to kick off our second season as the Official Real Estate Company of the Seattle Seahawks! Once again, our #tacklehomelessness campaign is front-and-center, with the Windermere Foundation donating $100 for every Seahawks home-game tackle during the 2017 season to YouthCare, a Seattle-based …

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