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The newly revitalized Hillyard neighborhood was once it’s own city named after Great Northern Railway magnate, James J. Hill.

Later incorporated into the Spokane city limits, this neighborhood was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. According to Teresa Brum, Spokane's Historic Preservation Officer: "This is the most architecturally intact neighborhood left in Spokane. Most of it looks as it did 90 years ago." The Hillyard Festival is held every August where many residents enjoy celebrating the history of this neighborhood.

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August 19th, 2014

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Windermere Real Estate is proud to partner with Gardner Economics on this analysis of the Western Washington real estate market. This report is designed to offer insight into the realities of the housing market. Numbers alone do not always give an accurate picture of local economic conditions; therefore our goal is to provide …

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August 15th, 2014

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There are a lot of different ways that you can save money at home. A while back we took a look at ways to save energy at home, and how it can also save you money. Energy isn't the only consumable product that can cause your home to virtually leak money, so we thought we would take a look at another area with money saving …

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August 12th, 2014

The Centennial Trail: A Scenic Walk Through Nature Without Leaving Spokane

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If you've been following our posts on our Facebook page, you know that our Windermere City Group office here in Spokane recently relocated to the Kendall Yards area that is north of downtown. There are a lot of great things about having our office there in Kendall Yards, but one of the best is the view of the Spokane …

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