About Queen Anne
Named after the architectural style popular for the neighborhood, the affluent community of Queen Anne is home to some of Seattle’s most beautiful mansions and estates.
As an affluent neighborhood situated just northwest of the downtown core, Queen Anne homes for sale are luxurious, comfortable, large, and inviting. It is a great neighborhood for families and high earners looking to settle in a prestigious community in Seattle.
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Queen Anne Real Estate
Although the neighborhood gets its name from the popular style of home that is mostly found there, Queen Anne is now a neighborhood filled with a variety of home styles to meet any aesthetic. Whether you are looking for modern single-family homes, luxurious condos or traditional Queen Anne real estate, there is something here for you.
The neighborhood is known for its steep roads, and, therefore, homes do not feature large sprawling yards. Instead, Queen Anne homeowners are able to enjoy a beautiful city view that extends well into the horizon.
Mid-range homes in Queen Anne consist of modest condos and smaller single-family homes. Modern amenities like open-concept living areas, modern appliances, and large, bright windows are a common theme.
On the high-end scale, we see both traditional and uber-luxurious modern homes with futuristic design touches. These homes are situated on larger properties, with the best views and high-quality features like chef’s kitchens, spa-inspired baths, and more.
The Sky is the Limit in Queen Anne
Queen Anne was one of the final neighborhoods in Seattle to be developed. The reason for this is due to the steep hills that were somewhat treacherous before modern roadways were built. Today, the neighborhood is an affluent community with many of the city’s most beautiful homes nestled into the hill.
Seattle visitors are probably most familiar with Queen Anne because of its close proximity to landmarks like the Space Needle and the Science Center.
In addition to its prestige and beauty, Queen Anne is also home to some of the most exciting amenities, activities, and events found in Seattle. Some of the highlights include:
- The annual Bumbershoot festival, which is approaching its 50th year.
- Home to the annual Folk Life arts and culture festival, which is celebrating its 47th year.
- Catch a movie at the local IMAX theatre.
- Enjoy the local foodie scene at favorite spots including El Diablo, How to Cook a Wolf, 5 Spot, and more.
- Support local teams (including roller derby!) at the Key Arena.
- Get a spectacular view of the city and Mount Rainer from the beautiful Kerry Park.
More About Queen Anne
Queen Anne is one of Seattle's best neighborhoods. Located just north of downtown, it provides easy access to downtown yet has a small town neighborhood feel.
Queen has many housing options such as single family homes, townhomes, condos, multifamily homes and apartments. Price ranges are at the upper end of the Seattle price range but well worth the investment if it's within your budget.
Queen Anne has many parks with one of Seattle's premier views of the Seattle skyline from Kinnear Park. There are also many more parks around the hill including Rodgers Park, West Queen Anne Playfield, Kinnear Park just to name a few.
Queen Anne has many restaurants and within easy walking distance all along Queen Anne Ave.
Get in touch with George Beasley and his team of Seattle real estate experts for friendly, straight-forward guidance when it comes to buying or selling property.
Listing information last updated on June 25th, 2018 at 6:07am PDT.