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Called 'The Valley' by locals, Spokane Valley is a picturesque place. Imagine evening walks along the river or meandering along sandy paths while surrounded by the clean smell of towering pines. Whether you settle in a city neighborhood like Orchard Park or desire something further to the north or south, natural beauty is always close at hand. As is fairly common in waterfront communities, many of the neighborhoods in Spokane Valley contain working-class, middle-income, and upper-income residences. Orchard Park, for example, is considered a working-class neighborhood as measured by average per capita income, but it contains some beautiful waterfront homes as well. This is true for many of the city neighborhoods, particularly those bordering the river, such as Greenacres and Veradale. While much of the housing in Spokane Valley was built between 1970 and 1999, new developments continue to spring up throughout the area to meet the growing population demands.



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Located about ten miles east of Spokane, Spokane Valley is a city of just under 100,000 inhabitants on the Spokane River in eastern Washington. Although settled in the mid-19th century as part of Spokane, it wasn't incorporated as its own city until 2003. Spokane Valley has 24 constituent neighborhoods offering diverse housing options. There are working-class homes near the city's center, and middle-income homes can be found throughout the area. There are also several upper-income homes, from riverfront high-rises to lake homes in the suburbs. With its diverse economy, great proximity to downtown Spokane, temperate climate, and natural beauty, Spokane Valley has much to offer.
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