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Queen Anne is one of Seattle’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, settled on the top of the world and crowning one of the most scenic hills in the city. No wonder why Queen Anne is a highly sought-out place to live.  Located at the northern end of downtown Seattle, this community has some of the most breathtaking views in the city. Depending on what side of the hill you’re on, views sweep eastward, over Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains, or they go west, over Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and magnificent sunsets.

The homes offer great charm and original character. Tree-lined streets and a smattering of local parks add to a rich sense of community.  Neighbors include young couples new to the area and residents with long standing ties to Seattle and especially Queen Anne. People who move here stay here.

Queen Anne is also known for its high-caliber dining reputation. This, along with its nightlife scene, has made it a destination for non-locals as well as locals.  Area musicians frequent the small coffee shops and clubs, and the community shows their support to the tune of standing-room only.

POPULATION: 16,000

DEMOGRAPHICS: Unmarried, young adults and highly educated, wealthy families

TYPES OF HOMES: Queen Anne (English Baroque) architectural style single family homes, Craftsmen, Colonial, art deco buildings and contemporary homes and townhomes

COMMUNITY BLOG: Queen Anne View Blog

LIBRARY: Seattle Public Library Queen Anne Branch located at 400 W. Garfield St., Seattle, WA 98119
206-386-4227

FARMERS MARKET: Queen Anne Farmers Market located at W. Crockett St. at Queen Anne Ave. N. Thursdays, June 2 through October 6, 2011, from 3 pm to 7:30 pm.

FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Crow5 SpotPanos Kleftiko Greek Taverna,Tup Tim Thai,   Toulouse PetitBetty,  Emmer&Rye

FAVORITE COFFEE SHOPS: Macrina Bakery,  BustleCaffe Fiore,  Caffe LadroCaffe VitaCitizen

Our Blogs About Queen Anne

Up and Down Again: A Seattle Tale

Jun 20, 2018
We consider ourselves neighborhood experts. From the finest restaurants to the deepest secrets to the best dog park [more]
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New Bike Lanes Where We Need Them

Feb 13, 2018
Bicycles are great—in theory. You can skip traffic, savor fresh air, get some free exercise, and save the planet on [more]
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$2,000,000 for Our Neighborhoods

Feb 10, 2017
In March, project development teams in each district will evaluate ideas received based on need/impact/feasibility [more]
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How Racist Real Estate Shaped Seattle

Nov 08, 2016
We all know the “bad” neighborhoods. We all know the “rich” neighborhoods. So, too, did 193 [more]
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Seattle’s Floating Stadium

May 31, 2016
People know Seattle for the Space Needle. That, and all the water. Puget Sound, Lake Union, Lake Washington. Rain. [more]
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The Forgotten Space Needle: PHOTO ESSAY

Apr 14, 2016
We’ve all memorized the Space Needle, and to be honest, it doesn’t really excite me that much anymore ( [more]
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The Victorian House

Mar 08, 2016
I’ve seen this house a few times when driving through Queen Anne. Every time, I can’t stop looking at it. There’s n [more]
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People on People on People

Feb 11, 2016
Seattle is now the #10 U.S. city for density. Density isn’t what usually comes to mind when most people think of ou [more]
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Prime Now, Wine Now

Aug 27, 2015
Seattleites, booze has never been more convenient. …for some of us. Amazon just launched—for the first time e [more]
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Walkable Seattle

Aug 04, 2015
Traffic is terrible. One solution? Walk. Walk Score ranked Seattle as the 8th most walkable major U.S. city this ye [more]
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