July 15, 2013 in City

Then and Now: Spokane’s historic homes

From elegant mansions to simple construction, Spokane’s historic homes provide an open window to the city’s past. It was a common practice in the early 20th century for local newspapers to write a story when a prominent home changed hands. Today at www.spokesman.com/then-and-now, browse a gallery of some of Spokane’s oldest homes and compare the changing landscape of historic and present-day scenes.

1953: This home on West Point Drive is thought to be among the oldest in Spokane. It was built in 1883.

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Present day: The home, at 1735 West Point Drive, remains a link to Spokane’s roots.

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