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South Hill mansion fetches $2.8 million

A historic Spokane mansion, and one of the city’s largest homes, has sold for $2.8 million.

The seller was Spokane Indians and Spokane Chiefs owner Bobby Brett, who with his wife, Cathy, purchased the South Hill property at 612 W. Sumner Ave. in 1994 for $1.4 million.

The buyer’s name was not available.

The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 20,500-square-foot manor was listed in 2008 for $3.25 million.

It was most recently assessed at $2.7 million.

The home, designed by renowned architect Kirtland Cutter, was built in 1917.

It features a third-floor ballroom, eight fireplaces, a bowling alley and a carriage house.

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