This is a very trendy National Historic Disctrict just west of downtown Spokane and was Spokanes first prestigious address. Known for it's array of old mansions built by the early elite in the Craftsman and Queen Anne style. The area is also home to the Museum of Arts and Culture and the Coeur d'Alene park. One prominent feature of the Museum is the Campbell House which was built by a local mining magnate, Amasa Campbell. The house was donated by Campbell's daughter to the Eastern Washington Histrorical Society, which subsequently built a museum on the East lawn. Some wonderful river views from homes perched on the edge along with some great condominums.
Also of note is the Patsy Clark Mansion which is a wonderful venue for private catered events inside and out and a beautiful spot for weddings and special occassion.
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