Neighborhoods in Spokane

Learn about the different neighborhoods in Spokane

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There’s no place like home – especially when home is in the Manito-Cannon Hill neighborhood of Spokane. Housing both Manito and Cannon Hill parks, it’s no secret how this area got its name or why it’s such a desirable place to live.

The northern boundary of Manito-Cannon Hill runs between 16th and 17th Avenues; the southern border falls on 29th Avenue. The neighborhood and Manito Park have an eastern edge of Grand Boulevard while Cedar Street and High Street serve as the western boundary.

Aside from the parks, Manito-Cannon Hill is largely residential, and many homes were built in the 1920s and 1930s. There are, however, a few streets featuring newer houses built in the 1990s. You’ll find everything from Victorian to craftsman bungalows

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In the late 1800s, the fertile grounds around East Sprague and Trent Avenue attracted residents new to Washington – and those wanting to get out of the city.

The proud history of this neighborhood still stands – quite literally. More than 600 historic homes grace the streets of East Central. And while the neighborhood has certainly changed over the years, the parks that gave this area its earliest name remain.

Surrounding these parks are cozy homes built over more than a century. The northern boundary, running along Trent Avenue, includes Washington State University at Spokane in the western corner at the South Division Street edge. The neighborhood extends eastward to Havana Street. However, the southern edge is more jagged with the most

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When you begin shopping for Spokane homes for sale the first thing you'll no doubt notice is that our neighborhoods are diverse - ranging from commercial and entertainment districts to suburban areas filled with the sounds of children’s laughter. Among these different neighborhoods, north of Spokane’s downtown area, is North Hill.

The five thousand homes of North Hill sit inside a little more than two square miles between Francis Avenue in the north and along the bluff to the south, including Cora and Courtland avenues. The western boundary falls on Ash Street, and the North Hill community extends eastward to Division Street.

There is a combination of renter and owner-occupied homes in North Hill, mostly in single-family properties. Home prices

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