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    Queen Anne Real Estate

    Queen Anne seems like the perfect name for a neighborhood that sits on top of a hill looking pretty and majestic, just like a queen on her throne. The name was actually derived from the abundance of Queen Anne style houses in the area. It is hands down one of Seattle’s most gorgeous neighborhoods with its charming old houses, tree lined streets and sweeping views from Queen Anne Hill. The area is split into Upper and Lower sections. Upper Queen Anne is mainly residential with a commercial district along Queen Anne Ave that has a small concentration of stores and restaurants. Lower Queen Anne, west of the Seattle Center and nearest to downtown Seattle, has a smattering of restaurants, bars, and independent record stores and bookstores.


    Total Population: 24,023

    Male/Female Population: 49% Male, 51% Female

    Median Age: 35

    Median Household Income: $78,350


    • Kerry Park – probably the best place to go for stunning views of Seattle. From here you can see the Emerald City, Elliott Bay, Mount Rainier and the Olympic mountain range.
    • McCaw Hall
    • Seattle Repertory Theatre



    • The Center School
    • Frantz Coe Elementary
    • John Hay Elementary
    • McClure Middle
    • Queen Anne Elementary


    • Queen Anne Community School
    • St. Anne School
    • Seattle Country Day School
    • Seattle Waldorf High School