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  • Phil Wells

Liberty Lake

Liberty Lake is located to the East of Spokane near the border with Idaho.


Serviced by great local school, home to stunning natural beauty and endless outdoor activities, it's easy to see why Liberty Lake is one of the most desirable places to live in the Spokane area.


If you're into golf then Liberty Lake is the place for you to call home!


Location:


Liberty Lake is as East as you can go in Eastern Washington before you hit Idaho. It has great freeway access with I90 only about 10 minutes away from you no matter where you live in Liberty Lake.


Given this you can get to Spokane Valley or Post Falls in a matter of minutes where you can get everything you could possibly need to live your life.


Weirdly the City Of Liberty Lake doesn't actually include Liberty Lake itself but needless to say it's right there.


You're also right near the beautiful Saltese Upland Conservation Area (pictured below) so you can get far away from it all and unwind with a beautiful hike.

The Saltese Conservation Area overlooking Spokane Valley


Amenities:


The most unique amenity in Liberty Lake are it's 3 golf courses, yes 3! This place is a golfers paradise. You can live, network and work on your pitching all in this neighborhood.


In addition, you'll be well catered to in terms of grocery store, schools, bars and restaurants, consignment stores, doctors offices, pharmacies and everything else you could want.


You can ride your golf cart everywhere! Visit Liberty Lake and you'll immediately notice people getting from A-to-B on their golf carts, it's a great novelty.


Of course you can't forget the Lake itself. Public access is limited to a single area to the East of the lake with the majority of frontage being private.



Downsides to living in Liberty Lake:


It's expensive. As you can imagine for being essentially a giant country club home prices year are significantly above the median for Spokane as a whole.


Beyond that it's a safe, peaceful, golfers paradise.





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