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Old 09-16-2019, 01:35 PM
 
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I keep searching for a map that shows neighborhoods--and includes labels, boundaries, a major streets. I can't find anything. There are a number of images on Google, but they are all useless. Either they look like they were drawn with crayons, or they are labeled with color keys that think humans can distinguish between seven different shades of brown, or they are just shapes, with no indication of streets.

Am I just being boneheaded? There must be a decent map of neighborhoods out there somewhere. (Or even one hiding on this forum.)

Help!
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Old 09-16-2019, 03:16 PM
 
Location: Nine Mile Falls/Spokane, WA
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This is the grid map I use for finding places. I am hoping this link works on here! https://www.spokanerealtor.com/gridmap/spokane.html
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Old 09-16-2019, 05:09 PM
 
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This one has all of the neighborhoods color coded and labeled.



https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...602393111&z=11
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Old 09-16-2019, 08:54 PM
 
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WendyK, that's an amazing map! Very useful indeed!

mistyriver, that's sort of what I was thinking of--so I can figure out things where things are when people toss around 'Rockwood' or 'Hilyard.'

Thank you both very much!
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Old 09-17-2019, 09:21 AM
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WendyK, that's an amazing map! Very useful indeed!

mistyriver, that's sort of what I was thinking of--so I can figure out things where things are when people toss around 'Rockwood' or 'Hilyard.'

Thank you both very much!
Rockwood good

Hillyard bad
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Old 09-17-2019, 09:49 PM
 
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Rockwood good

Hillyard bad
HaHa! I'm a total newbie, but I'd gathered that much. I just couldn't figure out where they were!

As long as I've got you commenting on neighborhoods, what do you think of Browne's Addition? And Cliff-Cannon?
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Old 09-18-2019, 07:37 AM
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Location: Near Manito
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HaHa! I'm a total newbie, but I'd gathered that much. I just couldn't figure out where they were!

As long as I've got you commenting on neighborhoods, what do you think of Browne's Addition? And Cliff-Cannon?
I’m not really qualified to comment with any level of real estate expertise, but Browne’s Addition seems more of a rental area of renovated older homes that have been converted to apartments/condos for younger folks. Parking can be a little tight, and snow removal often creates problems. Cliff-Cannon is a term that I am unfamiliar with (some of the other posters here might know more than I), but I assume it refers to part of the lower South Hill near Cliff Park. That area combines some very nice older homes with borderline shabby multi family buildings. In general, the farther south you look, the nicer that part of Spokane becomes.

Generally speaking, the 99203 and 99223 zip codes are preferred areas in the south side. Listings in those areas are snapped up very quickly. If you’re young and looking to buy, give some though to South Perry (in the 99202 zip code). Prices there are lower, and the homes often need work, but that neighborhood is transitioning upward in a hurry. Both of my sons (in their 30s) bought there a few years ago, and they and their families love it.
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Old 07-21-2020, 03:38 AM
 
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This is the grid map I use for finding places. I am hoping this link works on here! https://www.spokanerealtor.com/gridmap/spokane.html

For other city-come-latelies, here's the new link:

https://www.spokanerealtor.com/gridmap/spokane2.html
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