Queen Anne Real Estate & Information

Queen Anne Real Estate & Information

Queen Anne is located on the loftiest hill in Seattle. It lies north of downtown and has been home to many affluent people, and the broadcasting towers for King-TV, Komo-TV and Kiro. The community comprises several subdivisions including West Queen Anne, Lower Queen Anne, East Queen Anne, and North Queen Anne. Lower Queen Anne is also referred to as uptown. The community became a draw card for timber and marine investors when the Lake Washington Ship Canal opened here in the early 1900s. Queen Anne also attracts droves of visitors from Seattle when prestigious concerts and competitive sports are held at its world-class civic center.

Shopping and Dining

Meadow sells a large selection of women’s and kids apparel. They also stock beautiful costume jewelry, accessories such as purses and head gear, as well as shoes. Shoppers will be delighted with their novelties for gifts, and home décor merchandise. Beverly Hunnicut Studio offers shoppers personalized women’s and men’s clothing. They also design wedding gowns, and sell accessories derived from recycled wool and cashmere.

Canlis is a celebrated restaurant and the winner of several renowned culinary awards. They’re been voted as the best overall restaurant with the best view, service, and wine list. They were also named as one of the “Top Restaurants in America that Matter” by Saveur magazine. Eden Hill is a cozy restaurant and diners can dine a la carte for their entire table, or enjoy a full course meal. Some of the main dishes here include oyster bacon and egg yolk, ravioli, or duck breast.

Parks and Recreation

Queen Anne comprises a myriad of parks. Some of them are Kerry Park, West Queen Anne Playfield, Kinnear Park, Marshall Park, Parson’s Gardens, Counterbalance Park, and Trolley Hill Park. Kerry Park, also known as Franklin Place, is a hot spot for wedding ceremonies and basketball matches. It’s also a meeting place for those who love to capture photographic shots at night of passing ferries.

West Queen Anne Playfield is six acres big and is used for lively soccer matches, baseball and softball. The park caters to children as well with its climbing features, swings and slides. Cyclists can also make use of this park, as it has a rack for bikes. Trolley Hill Park offers those who love the outdoors a picnic area, and kids can also use the play area. The park has a community garden too.

Living

Those living here get to enjoy museums, a theater, lots of evening entertainment, art galleries, as well as film screenings and several festivals. These include music festivals and other cultural festivals.

The Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum showcases the diverse history of artists in a science fiction environment. Queen Anne festivals include the Festa Italiana festival, the Seattle Bastille Day fest, and the Moisture fest. The Moisture Fest is one of the globe’s biggest comedy festivals, and patrons can get to enjoy this for four weeks every year here.

Queen Anne real estate comprises gorgeous homes built in row house fashion and shingle style architecture. Some of the distinctive Queen Anne real estate architectural styles here include porches, an asymmetrical facade, overhanging eaves, or gables that face the front of the home.

Schools, Healthcare, and Transportation

Elementary schools in this community include John Hay Elementary, Frantz Coe Elementary, as well as Queen Anne Elementary. The area also has several private schools including Seattle Waldorf High and Queen Anne Community School. Higher education is of paramount importance here with Seattle Pacific University catering to thousands of students. It’s a Christian university and forms part of the Christian College Consortium. It has five residence halls and hosts the Social Venture Plan Competition. The community’s high school graduation rate is 98 percent.

One of the most prominent medical facilities in this area is the Swedish Queen Anne Primary Care clinic. They are located in Queen Anne Avenue and offer services such as family medicine, infant care, immunizations, wellness, and pediatric services. They also offer physicals and have a laboratory. Doctors here are also efficient in women’s health, behavioral wellness. and emergency services. The clinic has hundreds of physicians and surgeons on call in the event that an operation is necessary. They also have an organ transplant center.

Queen Anne accesses two airports that are within a 30 mile radius of Seattle. The area has five Amtrak train stations for those who prefer public transport. The Amtrak stations have vending machines, restrooms, public telephone booths, as well as ATM machines. Travelers receive assistance with their luggage. Airports here are the King County International airport, and the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International airport. This airport serves as an entertainment hub, as travelers can get to listen to live music every day from morning to noon. Sea-Tac airport has had over 58 live musicians perform here since 2013.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (206)323-0800 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.

North Queen Anne

Somewhat Walkable

Walk Score®

69

out of 100

North Queen Anne is the 41st most walkable neighborhood in Seattle.

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Contact Information

Russell Jones Real Estate
536 Broadway East
Seattle WA 98102
Office: (206)323-0800
Direct: (206)683-5639
Fax: (206)323-9275