Hoquiam Office

Our newest satellite office project for Spivey Realty Group is gearing up to start next week. Rex’s former barber shop (don’t worry, he’s just down the street!) Is set to start Monday 3/15.

Primely located between The Golden Dragon and Brunch 101, it’s the perfect place to come talk real estate and go grab a bite to eat!

The office space itself is only getting a facelift with earthy green paint, an additional bathroom, and chunky trim work and judges paneling to fit in with the down town Historic district. Behind the office space is also a two bedroom apartment which will be fully renovated and available for rent in the next 6 or so weeks.

The apartment:

The Office Space:


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  1. Thank you taking n the project of renovating my childhood home-512 M Street!. I moved there in 5th grade and graduated in 1971 At that time it was a wonderful neighborhood and my parents always had the house looking beautiful. My room was the little bedroom over the dining room complete with a built in bed with storage a a flower box outside my window. We loved the the rain porch, the frosted glass door into the living room, arched entries, the bay window, staircase and iron claw foot tub upstairs! My father was Gale Stokes, a state patrol man who later became Chief of Police in Ocean Shores and my mother Diane Stokes started the Camp Fire girls chapter in Grays Harbor and was fondly known as “Grandma Diane” to hundreds of 7th Street Kids for her help with their performances. My sister Kerin Covall has kept me updated on the house’s progress. I look forward to the completion! Good job- Best Wishes, Debe Breckenridge, Loon Lake, Wa

  2. Debe Stokes Nuss Breckenridge (and her family, including middle sister Celeste) became my friends when they moved to Hoquiam from Spokane. My family home was two blocks away; I spent considerable time with them at 512 M.
    My father was born in a house directly across the street from that house, yes, born–that was in 1923 and not everyone went to a hospital for that !
    Over the years, Debe and I have remained friends (our 50th high school reunion is 2021) , so it is particularly interesting to see the house being renovated.

    There are MANY homes in Hoquiam that need attention, so do your best, Spivey Homes!
    Hoquiam is a rainy place; I have lived in Prineville, OR for over 40 years because it is the high desert.
    Gary Parn

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