14517 E. Arrowleaf Lane, Spokane
The contemporary home of Norman Samish and Thea Nerod sits high on a ridge overlooking the City of Spokane Valley.
Designed by architects Gerry Copeland and Nancy McKinnon, and built in 2001, the spacious, light-filled house features rooms with a view stretching from Mount Spokane to Steptoe Butte.
Samish and Nerod like to spend time watching the variety of wildlife that visit the property which is landscaped with native plants, pine trees and boulders.
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