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SPOKANE, Wash. - Interested in Real Estate? Need some decorating ideas? Or maybe you just love to dream! We wanted to share some photos of the most expensive homes currently for sale in the Spokane area. We found these listings on www.Windermere.com. If you have any questions about these properties, contact your real estate agent.
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