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

January 18th, 2017

Artfully Organizing Your Bookshelf

  When it comes to organizing a bookshelf, there are a multitude of directions you can go. For example, a simple Pinterest search will turn up endless results of bookshelves stylishly organized by color, but what if that entails separating books from within a series? For some of us, that’s like separating our …

continue reading →

January 13th, 2017

How to Get Through the ‘Punch List’ Stage of Your Remodel

When I say “punch” a house, I’m not talking about putting holes in your drywall. I’m referring to the writing of the “punch list,” which is created at the very end of a project and details any outstanding items that need to be taken care of. Punch lists are usually made continuously …

continue reading →

January 11th, 2017

First Time Buyers, Millennials, and What to Expect in 2017

  I believe that the big story for the coming year will be first-time home buyers. Since they don’t need to sell before purchasing, their reemergence into the market ensures that sales will continue to increase, even while inventory is limited. Thirty-one percent of buyers currently in the real estate market …

continue reading →