One of Spokane's most sought after neighborhoods. Also, one of Spokane's oldest residential areas the South Hill offers the charm of Victorian era homes to the sophistication of state-of-the-art condo's.
This area gets its name as it is approximately 5 miles from downtown Spokane. The Five Mile Prairie provides some of the best views of the area, all with great schools! You'll find mostly modern construction or even pick a builder and construct the home of your dreams!
Located about 15 minutes from downtown Spokane, Cheney is a small college region surrounded by wheat fields and home to EWU! A tight-knit town offering less hustle and bustle, while still conveniently located to Spokane.
Similar to the South Hill, without the South Hill Price! A lot of ranch style homes from the 1900-1950 era. Located northwest of downtown, this trendy area has had a recent facelift with new restaurants, updates to Dwight Merkle Sports Complex and Joe Albi stadium as well as great proximity to the VA Medical Center.
Located north of Spokane. Located near Whitworth University and on the fringe of Spokane city limits, Mead offers great options for newer construction closer to city limits as well as more space on acreage plots further North of Spokane. All conveniently located to schools, shopping and entertainment.
The City of Spokane Valley falls to the East of Spokane and covers a vast area of residential living. Just as I-90 runs through and divides Spokane, the same can be said about Spokane Valley. Homes can be found close to the freeway with rural homes further north and south of the freeway. Major shopping and medical centers are typically no further than 20 minutes away.
Named after the famous railroad yard where early 20th century locomotives were repaired, Hillyard has great historical roots. This community takes pride in their local shops and celebrates as the only Spokane neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the great upside to living in Hillyard!