Health & Home

Preserving all types of homes — and even whole neighborhoods — helps ensure Spokane's heritage is always in view

By Carrie Scozzaro

Megan Duvall wasn't necessarily looking for a historic home when she and her husband relocated to Spokane from western Washington seven years ago, but that's what they got: a 1925 Craftsman with its characteristic low-slung roof, clean lines, and squared columns supporting a wide, deep-set porch. "We looked at about 10 houses in one day and found that this one was a great blend of old and new and was also in the Wilson Elementary school area," says Duvall, a mother of two who also has two rescue dogs...

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