Queen Anne is a coveted area of Seattle with large, residential homes and easy access to exciting city attractions. Many are drawn to the neighborhood for its unique homes, countless parks and great dining options.
Lower Queen Anne is about 2 miles north of downtown Seattle. Upper Queen Anne stretches north to the Fremont Cut and encompasses a large and unique area with equally convenient access to nature and the urban centers of Seattle.
Older homes in Queen Anne are unique, often-colorful, craftsman and Victorian-style homes, some of which date back to the early 20th century. Newer townhomes and stand-alone homes take on a more modern style and often stand 2 to 3 stories tall. Homes on the eastside of Queen Anne have wonderful views of Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains. While homes on the south slope enjoy both city and water views. Homes on the westside often have views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.
There are currently 34 single family homes for sale in Queen Anne, Seattle and 59 condos for sale in Queen Anne.
There are typically about 80 home and condo sales per month in the neighborhood.
$1,300,000 is the median price for single family homes sold in the last 6 months. 2,110 SQFT was the median house size which is $616 per square foot.
There are multiple large condo buildings in the Queen Anne area, with units ranging from 1,200 to about 1,700 sqft. The majority of available condos sit on the more residential streets of Queen Anne, including 9th and 10th Ave W. Other, more-petite condos sit on Valley St, a more urban drag, within walking distance of Lake Union.
Each year many townhome properties are developed in the Queen Anne area. Developers also build many, modern single-family homes in the neighborhood each year. A handful of traditional builds also pop up on vacant lots. New homes in Queen Anne range between 1,700 and 3,200 sqft.
Queen Anne is served by Seattle Public School District's John Hay Elementary, McClure Middle School and Lincoln High School.
Queen Anne has many recreational centers including David Rodger's Park, a park with a large green field, tennis courts, and a children's playground. Just five minutes south at Kerry Park, Seattle residents can enjoy an unmatched view of the Seattle skyline. For a more urban recreational experience, kids and families can visit the Seattle Center, a 74-acre educational and tourism area.
Bus Routes 2, 3 and 4 will take passengers from Queen Anne to the heart of Downtown Seattle. Queen Anne also provides quick access to State Route 99 and the Interstate 5.
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