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  • Landmark: Square-wheel tractor at Arbor Crest an advance in its day

    Arbor Crest Wine Cellars’ Cliff House sits on a bluff overlooking the Spokane River surrounded by a sunken rose garden, arched gatekeeper’s house, herb garden, open-air pagoda and beautiful spaces …


  • County cuts preservation office funds

    The Spokane historic preservation office will get only $5,000 from Spokane County in the $136.6 million 2012 budget county commissioners adopted Wednesday. The county has given $20,000 a year to …


  • Reconstruction keeps Cliff House’s historic feel

    A year after being gutted by fire, the Cliff House at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars has been rebuilt into a modern structure that retains its historic look. The original 1924 …


  • Rebuilt Cliff House to open for public viewing

    A year after being gutted by fire, the Cliff House at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars has been rebuilt into a modern structure that retains its historic look.


  • Reconstruction updates mansion for modern use

    With a month of work left to do, the owners of the Arbor Crest Cliff House say the Spokane Valley landmark has been largely rebuilt inside but still retains the …


  • Arbor Crest rebuilds Cliff House, staying true to original style

    The historic Cliff House at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars is rising from the ashes – literally – after a fire gutted the 1924 building in December. The damaged mansion was …


  • Vintage restoration

    Arbor Crest Wine Cellars plans to continue its summer concerts and weddings this year while its damaged Cliff House undergoes restoration after a Dec. 23 fire. Jim van Loben Sels, …


  • Morning fire guts iconic Cliff House

    A landmark mansion that overlooks Spokane Valley will be rebuilt after an early morning fire that gutted the historic building’s interior, the general manager said Wednesday. “We can rebuild it,” …

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