- MLS® #: 1516201
- 307 Lee St
- Seattle, WA 98109
- 3 Bed, 3¾ Bath, 2,326 SqFt
Historically one of the wealthier neighborhoods in Seattle, Queen Anne sits to the north of the central downtown area. It's bordered by Lake Union and the Lake Washington Ship Canal to the east and north respectively. The western border, 15th Avenue, extends up along Interbay and past the docks across the bridge. The southern border is either Mercer Street or Denny Way — depending on whether you include the cultural center of lower Queen Anne in the greater neighborhood. Lower Queen Anne has some of Seattle's most important museums, as well as the iconic Space Needle. The southwest border of Queen Anne runs along Elliott Avenue and the Elliott Bay. There are three major bridges coming in across the canal from Woodland and Fremont, and Highway 99 feeds into the neighborhood near the interchange around 5th Avenue and Mercer. (read more about Queen Anne)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Queen Anne, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a Queen Anne condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 813-519-3779.
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Queen Anne has the highest named hill in the city, offering sweeping views of Seattle and Mt. Rainier from some of the properties. For most of the residents of the neighborhood, Queen Anne Avenue is the place to go for shopping and everyday essentials. The strip that runs from McGraw to Galer has the highest concentration of retail boutiques, local markets and other businesses. The other main commercial center, of course, is the densely urban area of Lower Queen Anne, which has many restaurants, markets and nightlife options. There are also many shops, professional offices and venues in this condensed cultural center.
Between the access to Lake Union, the bustling downtown cultural center of Lower Queen Anne and the quiet streets up the hill lined with stately mansions, there are plenty things to love about this neighborhood. Finding a property with the amenities and location do you need is easy — if you know where to look in this diverse area. Please review the current options or call one of our local experts for an overview of what's available to fit your requirements in this upscale Seattle neighborhood.
The Queen Anne neighborhood, a district northwest of downtown, today is a mix of businesses and homes, but its history dates back to 1851 when it was settled by the Denny Party. David Denny staked a claim to the region and called his 320 acres of land “Potlatch Meadows”. Over time, Queen Anne style housing began to dominate the area leading the present name of the district.
The 1962 World’s Fair was located on lower Queen Anne and the fairgrounds are still a hub of sights including the Space Needle, Pacific Science Center and Experience Music Project (EMP). Chihuly Garden and Glass at the base of the Space Needle displays the artwork of glass artist Dale Chihuly. Additionally, the monorail terminal and KeyArena are within the fairgrounds. Additional unique items in the neighborhood include 12 historic houses and the North Queen Anne Drive Bridge, a parabolic steel arch bridge that is a registered historic landmark. The library branch here is located in a 1914 Tudor Revival style building and is itself a Seattle landmark.