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Queen Anne, WA Neighborhood Information
Nestled just northwest of downtown Seattle, Queen Anne offers you relaxed residential living with a cosmopolitan touch. While Lower Queen Anne is home to the iconic Space Needle, it’s also a hub for cultural festivals and many celebrated restaurants. Upper Queen Anne offers a dose of history with its 19th-century homes and some of the city’s best shops and cafes. When you need some fresh air, Kerry Park provides sweeping views of downtown and Elliot Bay. Best of all, this highly walkable area is just a 20-minute stroll to the center of Seattle. Experience a higher way of living in scenic Queen Anne.
Experience nature without venturing far at nearby Discovery Park and spend the day exploring Seattle’s largest green space filled with trails, beaches, and views of the Puget Sound.
Just down the street, explore the famous waterfront Pike Place Market–one of the oldest public farmer’s markets in the United States.
Get lost in the beauty of nearby Chihuly Garden and Glass, showcasing the extraordinary glasswork of Dale Chihuly.
Head to Lake Union for kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, or taking in the views at this favorite outdoor recreation spot.
Cheer on the Seahawks or Sounders FC at nearby Century Link Field, or catch a ballgame at T-Mobile Field, home of the Mariners.
Cruise the Puget Sound on the Washington State Ferry and explore Bremerton or Bainbridge Island, just west of Seattle.
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