Queen Anne

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Seattle's original premiere neighborhood - Located (appropriately) on Queen Anne Hill, the neighborhood of Queen Anne stretches from Belltown in the south to the Lake Washington Ship Canal in the north, Lake Union to the wast, and Interbay to the West. The neighborhood is actually divided into the smaller sections of Lower Queen Anne, West Queen Anne, East Queen Anne and North Queen Anne. Perhaps the best view of Seattle is from Kerry Park, with its unrivaled views of the Space Needle and downtown Seattle. One of the first neighborhoods in Seattle to be fully settled, because of stunning views, large lots, and immediate proximity to downtown Seattle, homes in Queen Anne are among the most expensive in Seattle. This might explain why most of this neighborhood’s residents choose to rent.

Iconic Seattle attractions - Lower Queen Anne is home to some of the most well known attractions in Seattle.  The Space Needle, MOPOP, and Pacific Science Center can be found here at Seattle Center, which also hosts the annual music festival Bumbershoot. Countless bars and restaurants can be found throughout the area. A couple of my favorites are the nearly-always-packed Peso's Kitchen and Toulouse Petit, which features one of the best happy hours in the nation (50 items, 40 of them under $7).The top of Queen Anne Hill, another commercial district along Queen Anne Avenue, is home to cafes, spas, shops and restaurants. With a neighborhood population of over 35,000, you can find just about anything you need while on the hill.  

Park it! - Like most established Seattle neighborhoods, Queen Anne has its fair share of large, well-known parks (Kinnear Park, Marshall Park, Bhy Kracke Park, West Queen Anne Playfield, Mayfair Park, etc). But Queen Anne also has more than a few tiny, lesser-known pocket parks. With 19 parks in all, including playfields, off-leash dog areas, and two lark green belts, no one living in Queen Anne is far from a public green space of some sort. 

No dearth of wealth - It should come as no surprise that homes in a premiere neighborhood like Queen Anne would be expensive. Buyers interested in Queen Anne should expect to pay close to a half a millions dollars to "get their foot in the door," as condos averaged $493,000 last year, while single family homes averaged slightly above $1M in 2017. Anyone with a million dollars or more to spend will have plenty of options in Queen Anne, both in houses and condos. 


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