Centrally located, long established, and well cared for, the south slope of Queen Anne is the preferred in-city perch for many of the Northwest’s most affluent and influential figures – politicians, civic leaders, and captains of industry. Here Seattle’s distinctive urban amenities are placed at your doorstep. Minus the perils of urban life. Saunter several flat blocks to reach fine dining, health clubs, supermarkets – or walk several blocks downtown to catch a ballet or opera performance at Seattle Center. Minus the hassle of traffic gridlock and city parking. Or simply stroll or bike along the nearly flat, historic Olmstead Brothers Queen Anne Loop, stopping to take in your neighbors’ pristine gardens and yet more priceless iconic views.

Conveniently close to downtown Seattle

A mere mile to Amazon; half a mile to Gates Foundation

2 miles to new Expedia HQ

2 blocks from scenic Bhy Kracke park

12-minute stroll to Seattle Center

2 miles to nearest Whole Foods

7/10 mile to nearest Trader Joe’s

Walkscore: 99 (Walker’s Paradise)

Transitscore: 100 (Rider’s Paradise)

Bikescore: 64 (Bikeable)

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