Queen Anne

Sitting on the highest hill in the city, the Queen Anne neighborhood was carved by the Vashon Glacier more than 13,000 years ago. The area started to develop back in the 1890s when the wealthy and prestigious began building their architectural style mansions and it is now home to around 36,000 people. The neighborhood contains 29 official Seattle landmarks and is bordered to the north by the Lake Washington Ship Canal, to the west by 15th and Elliott Avenues, to the east by Lake Union, and to the south by Seattle Center.

There are numerous options to choose from when seeking real estate for sale in Queen Anne. While some are newer, there are also Queen Anne homes for sale that have recently been updated and restored to further fulfill buyers desires. Some of the potential amenities that can be expected to be found inside the houses for sale in Queen Anne are various hardwoods, master suites, hand crafted cabinets, luxurious floor plans, plus some hi-tech advancements. The Queen Anne condos for sale generally come equipped with open floor plans, private patios, storage areas, ideal parking, and are conveniently close to downtown. Many of the homes for sale in Queen Anne graciously offer stunning views of Lake Union, the mountains, and the Seattle city skyline.



by Charles Burnett