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PHOTOS: Historic Homes And Properties, Spokane And Surrounding Areas

SPOKANE, Wash. -

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KHQ.COM - Take a look at these classic homes in eastern Washington. Whether your taste is traditional or modern, country or city, there are some great properties to browse. We selected the photos and information from Allspokanehomes.com. For details on specific properties visit the site to contact a real estate agent.

  • 5250 E. Hayden Lake Rd., Hayden, Idaho (slides 1-21)
  • 603 W. Sumner Ave, Spokane, Washington (slides 22-42)
  • 528 E. 14th, Spokane, Washington (slides 43-63)
  • 815 W. 7th Ave, Spokane, Washington (slides 64-79)
  • 301 W. 2nd Ave, Spokane, Washington (slides 80-98)
  • 40212 N. Spotted Rd., Clayton, Washington (slides 99-118)
  • 1131 N. Evergreen St., Spokane, Washington (slides 119-138)
  • 909 W. 1st Ave., Spokane, Washington (slides 139-140)
  • 401 W. 1st Ave. #3, Spokane, Washington (slides 141-162)
  • 1211 S. Wall St., Spokane, Washington (slides 163-178)
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