Audubon/Downriver

This area one of the older, more established areas of town.  Audubon and Downriver areas are settled on the Northside of the Spokane River across from Spokane Falls Community College. Many of the neighborhoods were developed in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s which allows for more ranch style construction.

The streets are still lined with mature trees but more conifers than the South Hill maples. Few streets are main arterial and remain quiet with very little cross traffic.  Northwest Boulevard runs through the neighborhood and allows ease of access to Central Spokane and the Northside. The neighborhood has its own share of locally owned businesses, restaurants, and coffee houses.

Housing in this area is much more affordable than on the South Hill and Kendall Yards but does not share the immediate access to downtown and the freeway.

 

Five Mile Prairie

Just to the east of Indian Trail, but almost 400 feet higher in elevation, Five Mile Prairie sits closer to the center of town. Consisting primarily of newer construction (though the occasional farmhouse is seen) Five Mile Prairie offers traditional 2 story homes and ranchers. Open farmland and prairies surround the newer housing developments. Bordering the prairie are beautiful view homes. If so desired, new construction is still being developed in the area offering you the ability to customize your own home.   

What is not available on the Prairie? Shopping and restaurants. Though, a short drive away at the base of the Prairie, is the Five Mile Shopping Plaza. Five Mile is conveniently located between Central and North Spokane making it feasible to get to both areas of town in just a short drive.

Peone Prairie

One of our favorites and centrally located, you can get to many areas of Spokane and neighboring cities with a short drive from Peone Prairie. Though on the Prairie, you are removed from it all. Best known for its sunrise and sunset views, and close proximity to Green Bluff, it is a location desired by many!

Green Bluff is an area known for its farms that are open to the public throughout the year. Head out in the Summer months for fruit picking, and in the fall for pumpkin patches and corn mazes, and wrap up your year cutting down the perfect Christmas tree on the bluff.

Peone Prairie is comprised of mainly acreage properties with large stately homes. There are many working farms, ranches, and horse properties. If you are hoping to build your dream home, many lots are still available for purchase in the area.

Indian Trail

While some may enjoy the convenience of being close to the downtown hub, others seek more space and tranquility. Indian Trail sits just North of Francis Avenue on the West Side of town.  Almost all the retail and commercial developments are located on Indian Trail Boulevard with housing on both sides. It is truly a “little corner” of Spokane. The architectural styles of the houses vary from ranchers and split levels to more traditional styles.

Unlike the neighborhoods further south, the convenience of location is not based on how close you are to what the city has to offer but what nature offers just outside the city. A short drive brings you to one of Spokane’s most iconic landmarks in “Bowl and Pitcher” at Riverside State Park. The views of the river and hiking surrounding the area are unmatched.