Queen Anne Homes For Sale - Seattle

Find all Queen Anne homes for sale in Seattle, Washington. Queen Anne is both a community and a named hill in Seattle. The Queen Anne hill is 456 high and is the highest elevation hill in Seattle. The Queen Anne neighborhood is known for its stately homes and mansions and excellent views of downtown Seattle and the Puget Sound. Median homes prices in the Queen Anne neighborhood range from $750,000 to well over $1 million. Search all Queen Anne home listings for sale, or read more information about Queen Anne real estate.

Seattle Queen Anne Real Estate Market StatisticsAugust 20, 2017
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$564.35
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$1,050,000
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Queen Anne Real Estate Market

Both a historic neighborhood and a well-known geographic feature in Seattle, Queen Anne is a desirable location for potential home buyers in the area to consider, especially if you love Queen Anne style architecture. Back in Seattle’s early days, many of the city’s wealthiest residents built large Queen Anne mansions around this part of town, which is how the neighborhood name was originally derived. Today, some of those homes still remain part of the Queen Anne real estate landscape, and as many who already live here will tell you, it seems each has only gotten better with age. In fact, Queen Anne is home to 29 official landmarks in Seattle, including 12 historic homes along 14th Avenue West that were built between 1890 and 1910.

Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood also sits on the highest named hill in town, reaching an elevation of 465 feet. Homes for sale in Queen Anne that sit near the top of the hill offer some pretty spectacular views of the city and Puget Sound, and even if you’re in a location that doesn’t quite take advantage of those picturesque outlooks, Kerry Park will never be more than a short walk away, which might just offer some of the best views of any park in Seattle.

Because of Queen Anne’s close proximity to downtown Seattle, much of the neighborhood has a quiet residential feel, which is exactly what residents prefer. Like most Seattle communities though, small shops, restaurants, and cafes are reasonably scattered around the area, especially near Seattle Pacific University on the neighborhood’s north side, and along much of Queen Anne Avenue North, which acts as the core of Queen Anne’s central business district.

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Listing information last updated on Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 4:22 AM PST.