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John L. Scott Spokane
John L. Scott Spokane
Expert Realtors in Spokane
4 beds 3 baths 4,364 sqft MLS# 202021508
For Sale
Single Family Homes
By John L. Scott Spokane
John L. Scott
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Property Information
Current List Price: $707,000
Lot Size (Sq. Ft.): 4,364
Address: 2016 S Manito Pl
MLS #: 202021508
Bedrooms: 4
Full Baths: 3
Have you ever wanted to own a piece of Spokane History? Directly across the street from Spokane's most popular park, Manito Park, this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home is ready for a new owner. Built in 1907, this home still has all of its original character plus some. Original hardwood floors, main floor pillars with original character and detail, wrap around 2nd level porch and two 3rd floor balconies! Upstairs master floor includes kitchenette, family room and reading area. Boiler system heating, updated water and sewer lines and a TUNNEL that leads to the street. Don't miss out on this Spokane GEM!
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John L. Scott Spokane
Expert Realtors in Spokane
About Me

  We don’t just help people buy and sell homes.

What sets John L. Scott apart is our belief in Living Life as a Contribution™.

Our broker associates live here in our community and they are dedicated to helping it thrive. They keep up to date on market trends and forecasts in their neighborhoods, which makes them the hyperlocal experts you need whether you are buying or selling a home.

Commitment to Serve

As part of our commitment to serve the communities of the Northwest, we’ve established the John L. Scott Foundation. Funded by the contributions of associates and employees, the John L. Scott Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that children in our communities receive quality medical care, regardless of their family’s ability to pay.

Core Value

As a company, our core value is “Living Life as a Contribution™”. Through our sponsored events, the John L. Scott Foundation raises millions of dollars for more than 15 different children’s hospitals in the Northwest. Together, we are working to make tough times a little easier for families in need.