The Blake Apartments
Living In Style
A pristine gem hidden in plain sight, this secluded community of one, two, and three bedroom homes blends seamlessly into its lush, tranquil surroundings. The ultimate living experience is made possible by breathtaking views, premium finishes, and open floor plans.
Select the ideal home for your needs from The Blake’s impressive collection of one, two, three or four bedroom apartments. No matter what floor plan, your home will have custom walk-in closets and large balconies. It will also feature wood-style flooring. The community offers a variety of amenities that will enhance your daily life. The seasonal pool welcomes summer swimmers while the well-landscaped grounds are enjoyable all year. Walk around the community with your pet or focus on your fitness goals in the twenty-four-hour gym. On colder days, you can head to the clubhouse for a cup of cocoa and curl up in front of the fire. There’s no better place to call home in Spokane than The Blake.
When you make your home at The Blake, you’ll enjoy comforts such as plush carpeting and wood-style flooring, walk-in closets and large windows that fill your home with light. Modern lighting is provided in the kitchen and features Energy Star-rated appliances. Also included is a washer and dryer.
Beyond your threshold, you’ll enjoy access to a full amenities package. You can plan a summer barbecue near the grilling area. After you’re done, take a dip in the seasonal pool. Enjoy the changing seasons as you stroll through the landscaped grounds with your pet. The on-site fitness center is available for your needs 24 hours a day.
The Blake Apartments
13313 E 4th AveSpokane Valley WA 99216United States
About Spokane Valley
The Spokane Valley is a valley of the Spokane River through the southern Selkirk Mountains in the U.S. state of Washington. The valley is home to the cities of Spokane and its suburbs Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, and Millwood. The valley is bounded on the north and south by the Selkirk Mountains, on the west by the Columbia River Basalt Group, and on the east by the Rathdrum Prairie at the Idaho state border. Mica Peak, located south of the valley, is the southernmost peak in the Selkirk Range. The mountain, along with surrounding peaks, separates the Spokane Valley from the Palouse.
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