Spokane Neighborhoods

Bella Vista
Homes for sale in beautiful Bella Vista are surrounded by pine forest and have large wooded lots with views of Mica Peak, the Rathdrum Prairie and/or the City Night Lights. Located just minutes away from Spokane Valley schools, shopping and dining, with a secluded almost rural feeling. Central Valley School District!

Browne’s Addition
A National Historic District located just west of downtown Spokane, homes and condominiums for sale in this area are located close to the NW Museum of Arts and Culture (the MAC to locals) and the newest addition to the Centennial Trail. The heart of the district is Couer D’Alene Park where Spokane’s annual Art Fest is held. Easy walking distance to Shopping, Movies, Hoopfest, Bloomsday, Fine and Casual Dining and the Spokane Downtown Core make this a much sought after area for buyers of all ages. Served by highly desireable Hutton Elementary, Sacajewea Middle School and Academically acclaimed Lewis and Clark High School.

Cliff Park/Sumner/Mary Cliff
The historic Cliff Park, Sumner Avenue, and Mary Cliff districts are located in one of the South Hill’s premier neighborhoods, perched above the center of Spokane’s downtown district. Literally within walking distance to downtown Business and Dining opportunities, Bloomsday and Hoopfest. Academically acclaimed Lewis and Clark High School as well as the Sacred Heart and Deaconess Hospital districts, this is a fantastic place to look at Historic homes for sale.

Comstock Park
One of the Best Resale neighborhoods in the entire city of Spokane! Historic J. M. Comstock Park is the Heart and Soul of this beautiful residential neighborhood. Large and comfortable homes surround the 21 Acre park itself and flow outward in a grid pattern determined in part by the curve of its Western and Southern borders, a street named High Drive. A brand new Aquatic Center is the crown jewel of the park, in addition there are 8 public Tennis Courts, 3 Little League Baseball Diamonds and a nearly new, Full Court Basketball setup courtesy of Spokane’s Annual Hoopfest 3 on 3 basketball tourney, the largest of its kind in the world! The Spokane Symphony performs annually in a free Public Performance. Highly sought after Wilson and Jefferson Elementarys serve this district along with Sacajewea Middle School and Scholastically acclaimed Lewis and Clark High School. Read more about Comstock at Historic Spokane, the city and county joint Historic Preservation Office.

Spokane’s beautiful downtown district is crowned by Riverfront Park, the incredible result of Expo 74! Straddling the gorgeous Spokane River this incredible park system becomes ground zero every Summer for music concerts and food festivals. Washington State’s Centennial Trail winds through the park and right past the beautiful INB Opera House on a calm stretch of the river at the edge of the park. The historic, Art Deco, Bing Crosby Theater is on the opposite end of downtown. There are excellent Hotel choices including the nationally recognized, and beautifully restored Lewis Davenport hotel. Abundant business, shopping and dining opportunities occur from one end to the other. Known unofficially as the City of Skywalks, your feet need not touch the ground to access most areas. Downtown is truly the center of the city and the hub of the Inland Empire. This is where ‘Spokane Hoopfest’ (the largest 3 on 3 basketball tournament in the world) takes place, along with the nationally ranked Lilac City Bloomsday road race. It is extremely easy to access various areas of the city, the Airport, the City of Spokane Valley and Couer D’Alene, ID, via Interstate 90, and Division Street.

Gonzaga University District
The Gonzaga University neighborhood is a part of the burgening University District. Her favorite sons are Bing Crosby and John Stockton. Homes for sale here have easy access to the Gonzaga campus, as well as the Spokane Post Graduate campus’ of Washington State University, Eastern Washington University and Whitworth University. Within walking distance to Downtown or a short drive to Northtown’s shopping, business and theaters the GU area is a favorite place to catch a world class NCAA basketball game, or go for a walk along the beautiful Spokane River on the Washington State Centennial Trail. Homes purchased here can become excellent investments.

Hamblen District
Hamblen homes for sale are located on the upper central part of the South Hill with parks and other natural areas close by. Homes here are mostly 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Custom Ranchers and Multilevels, with newer custom homes the farther South you go. The elementary school itself has been highly regarded by the area’s families since it opened in 1954 and continues on since it’s total reconstruction in 1994. Students from Hamblen can continue in the public school system through Chase Middle School and Joel E Ferris High School. With easy access to shopping, hospitals, downtown Spokane, and I-90, the Hamblen District is an excellent lifestyle and resale choice for home buyers.

Kokomo Townsites
Looking for an established TREED neighborhood in the heart of the Spokane Valley, then the Kokomo district is for you. 100+ year old Ponderosa Pines shade the neighborhood and provide a beautiful green background to your views. Rock Solid 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s construction are the predominate demographic in the Kokomo. Extra huge homesites provide their settings. That means the houses aren’t bunched together either and some of the backyards flow from one to another in beautiful treed parkways. The Central Valley School District serves this neighborhood well with several excellent elementarys to choose from. Along with the highly touted Bowdish and Evergreen Middle Schools, you may have a choice of either the brand new University High School or nearly new Central Valley High School.