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Queen Anne

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Queen Anne

During the early years of Seattle, Queen Anne was established as an elite neighborhood for Seattle’s wealthy founders. However, Queen Anne is quite large, and its character changes from street to street. Some roads are still lined by stately manors, while a block away are grids of residential streets. These lovely streets are lined with large Craftsman homes and quaint cottages. Homeowners have been fairly active in keeping the aesthetics of the neighborhood consistent, so most of the more modern construction has been centralized around the thoroughfares. This is especially true of Queen Anne Avenue, which is also the center of retail and dining for the neighborhood.

Upper Queen Anne sits atop the hill, and Lower Queen Anne at the northern base of the hill. In Lower Queen Anne, residential options are mostly condos and apartments. Here you can find a dense blend of retail, dining and cultural activities. This includes the Seattle Center where the Space Needle, MOPOP, McCaw Hall, the Pacific Science Center, Chihuly Garden and Glass, and more are all located.

AVERAGE COST

$650K

Condos

$1.120M

Townhouses

$1.17M

Houses

PHOTOS

OUR FAVORITES SPOTS

Chic gift and décor shop based in a residence, especially featuring clothing and toys for babes and tots.
A cozy tasting room for WA-based winery, Robert Ramsay, also featuring beer and food pairings.
A small park with one of Seattle’s most iconic views, spanning across downtown and Seattle Center.
Exceptional coffee and pastries in a modern earthy vibe.
Acclaimed chef Ethan Stowell’s project specializing in Italian-Mediterranean fare and charcuterie.

types of home Available

Condos

Townhouses

Houses

walkability score

Recent Listings

SOLD! for $525,000

in 11 days

914 6th Ave N 201
Seattle, WA 98109
2
1.5
975

SOLD! $955,000

3% above list in 7 days

2903 4th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
3
2
1,340
DivaLux, Sold

SOLD! $1,700,000

7% above list in 7 days

2115 11th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
3
2.5
2,650