Sitting on the highest named hill in Seattle, the Queen Anne area is often recognized for its closeness to the downtown area as well as its three television broadcast towers. The large neighborhood area covers 2.8 square miles and has a population of about 28,000. Obtaining the 98109 and 98119 ZIP codes, the area is over generously populated by unmarried, young adults who tend to be better educated and wealthier than the majority of Seattle.
Located northwest of downtown Seattle, Queen Anne is bordered by Belltown to the south, Lake Union to the east, Magnolia to the west and the Lake Washington Ship Canal to the north. A total of 25 parks are maintained by Seattle Parks and Recreation in the Queen Anne area that provide different attractions to the public. Those attractions include a dirt running track, an indoor swimming pool, baseball fields and more.
There are 29 official Seattle landmarks that are present within the Queen Anne area, including historic houses and other architectural structures. The area is also closely associated with the Seattle City Center which possess the Space Needle, Pacific Science Center, Experience Music Project, the Key Arena and more. Queen Anne can be reached by Interstate 5 from the Mercer Street Exit (167).
Real estate in Queen Anne is often of desire for those who enjoy the view of Mount Rainer, West Seattle and Elliot Bay. Known for its development of mansions that began to arise from the prestigious and wealthy in the 1850s, many of those homes in Queen Anne have been renovated and are available for purchase.
Starting in the price range of low to mid hundreds, condominiums in Queen Anne are the perfect fit for someone looking to live alone or with another roommate. Guaranteed to be exposed to an appealing view, condos in Queen Anne are a good way to start out in the city.
Houses in Queen Anne also allow for small or large families to call this community their home.
Those who enjoy the surroundings of nature, as well as interactions with people will find themselves indulged in the opportunities that are within the area. No matter the desire for a craftsman, historical-looking home or a recently built one, the real estate in Queen Anne is definitely full of opportunities to meet anyone’s expectations.
Gorgeous 2BD/1.75BA condo in Queen Anne. This corner unit has it all: spacious floor plan, light & private. Recently remodeled with newer hardwoods, tile, kitchen w/quart...
Listing courtesy of Windermere R.E. Wall St. Inc..
In 2013 and 2014 this Historic home went through an entire studs out remodel. The home has new wiring and copper piping throughout and push button lighting and glass doo...
Listing courtesy of Alchemy Real Estate.
Lovely, remodeled craftsman on a quiet street on Queen Anne. Attention to detail abounds from the white oak hardwoods to the crown molding and re-plastered walls by an I...
Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate Midtown.
Beautifully updated 1922 bungalow retains the charm of yesteryear. Offering 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, formal living & Dining rooms. Oak & Fir floors, crown molding, built...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Metro Realty, Inc..
Wonderful Queen Anne Condo across from Kinnear Park and on the bus line. Tastefully decorated and spacious 2 BR + 2 Full Bathrooms... Remodeled kitchen with washer/dryer....
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Bain.