Eagle Ridge 'Miracle' Home | Business
A new Eagle Ridge home holds the power to change the lives of children. Sunday, everyone is invited to view the home where 100-percent of proceeds from the sale will go towards the Children's Miracle Network.
The home is located at 5501 South Ravencrest in Spokane's Eagle Ridge neighborhood. The house will be open to the public on Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. Members of the Spokane Shock team will be there for a meet-and-greet from noon to 2 p.m.
The home, designed as a rancher by Morse Western Homes, was upgraded to include three additional bedroom, a full bathroom and living area. The home is listed for $389,900 and is 3080 square feet.
Newland Communities, Condron Homes, Morse Western Homes and Homes by George Paras collaborated to make the Miracle Home possible.
“The generosity of the building industry has been overwhelming and because of that the proceeds from the three Miracle Home projects to date will total over $500,000 for the kids in the Inland Northwest,” said Kirsten Carlile, Children’s Miracle Network Director.