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Walkability to shops, schools, and parks.
Access to nearby buses, trains, and trolleys.
Access to biking lanes, paths, trails, and parking.
Seattle, WA Neighborhood Information
Ideally positioned just two miles from downtown Seattle, Lower Queen Anne promises a comfortable yet high-energy cosmopolitan living experience. With an ever-expanding tech scene just next door, career opportunities are abundant. Take advantage of The Hill’s own shopping district and a thriving culinary scene or spend your weekend soaking in the sights from the Space Needle to Pike Place Market. If the rain has you seeking shelter, The MoPOP (Museum of Pop Culture) has got you covered with seasonally changing installations. Boasting a Walk Score of 80 and a Bike Score of 95, commuting from Queen Anne is a breeze. You’ll love calling this neighborhood home.
Enjoy iconic views of the Seattle skyline from Kerry Park, just three-quarters of a mile down the road.
A Taste of Seattle
Sample famed Beecher’s cheese or pick up some fresh fish from world-renowned Pike Place Market, just minutes away.
Enjoy live theater and dance at city staples, Paramount Theatre and the Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Take in the city’s natural beauty on hikes at Tiger Mountain or Rattlesnake Ledge. Or consider switching up the scenery by taking advantage of Greenlake’s many biking and jogging paths.
Culture and Curiosities
Soak up endless culture at the MoPOP, Pacific Science Center, or marvel at the unique sculptures of the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum.
Just minutes from home, check out Seattle Center–the site of numerous festivals, wide-open green space, the Seattle Children’s Museum, and the world-renowned Space Needle.
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