A block of 12 cottages is being developed in the Shiloh Hills neighborhood in northeast Spokane.
The development of 1,000-square-foot, two-bedroom units at 7125 N. Crestline St. is underway, with two cottages built and sold. One is a one-story rancher, and the other is two stories. The two cottages act as models for the remaining 10 homes.
Edward Carcich and Gary Ludwick are the owners and developers of Crestline Cottages. Carcich said the homes each have a small yard and carport and will sell for $199,900. He said he expected the remaining cottages to be sold by early spring 2019.
“We’ve had a lot of people interested,” Carcich said.
Carcich said he and Ludwick have been working on the development for years, but it was only recently that it took off. Currently, Carcich is the director of the homeowners association, but that will change when all the homes are sold.
“Once we get the whole thing sold, we turn the whole thing over to them,” he said.
Carcich’s namesake construction company is the project’s general contractor.
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