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Teresa Jaynes


WWW.HOMESWEETNORTHWEST.COM 509.714.5284 tjaynes@cbspokane.net coldwell banker northwest group


East Valley Views, it's like having a Hollywood Hills home! Paved private road leads to the circular drive of this remodeled 3 bed/4 bath home on 10 acres. There is a Gourmet kitchen, Huge Master Suite, a 2800 sq ft indoor aquatic center featuring a pool w/ waterslide & hot tub, all wired for sound in a 6821 sq ft single story Rancher. Outside there are vast amounts of patio space that overlook the private trails on the property, as well as an amazing view.


Offered at $589,000. Tony Jones REAL ESTATE MOVING ON


Amazing Views in Indian Trail area! 4 bedrooms with bonus, or potential 5th bedroom, main floor laundry, full framed unfinished basement ready for an additional bathroom. Beautifully landscaped with plentiful gardens. Enjoy gorgeous sunsets from the private balcony off the huge Master Suite which has a garden tub and open shower with dual heads. Formal Living and Dining w/ French doors to main deck boasting wonderful panoramic vistas & a large kitchen w/ island just off the family room w/ new stainless steel appliances. Offered at $ 289,000.


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Hurry Just Reduced by $15,000! Beautiful 6 bedroom 3.5 bathroom home in Shawnee Canyon Estates boasts amazing views from the oversized decks and large windows. There is a formal living & dining rooms to either side of the grand entry. Spacious kitchen opens to the large family room. The finished basement has a kitchenette, 2 large bedrooms, a full bathroom and slider to its own large covered deck. This home would also be great as a multi-generational living opportunity. Offered at $320,000.


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trapped from moving on to the next stage in life. Not only do they not know where to start when it comes to downsizing and packing, many are simply physically and emotionally unable to do it on their own. As the saying goes, however, “You can’t take it with you,” and that’s where Deb Frye, owner of Pack with Compassion, a moving service for seniors, helps people work through the process.


“People are tied to their homes because of


the memories. What they don’t realize is that when they move, their memories will go with them,” Frye says. Frye has had clients who have downsized


from a three-bedroom home to a studio apartment. “Once they’re moved, and all the things that were clutering their house are no longer an obstacle,” she says, “they’re so much


happier.” What’s important to remember is that


there are people in the community who are dedicated to helping older homeowners get through what can be a stressful phase in their life. “It’s not going to be a difficult as they


imagine,” Frye assures. “We’re there to help them move forward.”


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