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Sundance Meadows

10400 N. Nine Mile Road, Spokane, Washington 99026

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Inviting 55+ Manufactured Home Community of Sundance Meadows is Outside of Spokane, Washington and Boasts Quality Residences in a Pretty Setting

Sundance Meadows is a new, gated 55+ manufactured home community located on the northwestern outskirts of Spokane, Washington. At build out, the development will have nearly 200 homes, although fewer than 50 dwellings are here so far. This is a rural location, and residences back to hills that are dotted with pine trees.

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This is a land lease community, so residents own just their home, not the land upon which it sits. Residences are built offsite to state and federal standards and are then permanently placed onto vapor protected concrete foundations. As in many newer manufactured home communities, the homes here do not look much different from site built dwellings. They have an attached, two car garage, a brick and vinyl exterior, a recessed entry way, a small front porch, plenty of windows and a pitched roof. Lawns are nicely landscaped, sidewalks parallel streets. Mountain views are standard. Prices begin in the mid- to high-$100,000s. Lot fees are not publicly disclosed but are rumored to be in the $400 to $500 per month range. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.

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The friendly, on-site manager ensures that Sundance Meadows is well run and maintained. Amenities include a very nice clubhouse with a library, a swimming pool, an exercise center, a fireplace and a gourmet kitchen. RV and boat storage are also available. Small pets are welcome. The 18-hole Sundance Golf Course is just down the street.

Ten thousand acre Riverside State Park, Washington's largest state park, is ten miles to the north. The Little Spokane River, the Spokane River and Lake Spokane are within its boundaries, making it a great place for fishing, rafting and boating. Park visitors also enjoy bicycling trails, birdwatching areas, horseback riding paths and camping areas.

As Washington's second largest city, Spokane is known as the "Lilac City," named after its flourishing fragrant flowers. The city has five hospitals. At least two, Providence Holy Family Hospital and Valley Hospital, are accredited by the Joint Commission.

Spokane is in the eastern region of Washington, near the Idaho border, and is much drier than the coastal cities. On average, the area receives just 18 inches of rain per year. Snowfall reaches 10 inches annually. Summer temperatures reach into the 90s, and winter temperatures are in the 20s and 30s.

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Visit www.sundancemeadow.com for more information. Go to www.myspokanehomesearch.com/results-gallery/?hood=524881 to see listings.

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