Queen Anne Condo For Sale! 1730 Taylor Ave N #304 has just been listed!  Also: Open house: 10/26 1-2:30 1 Bedroom 1 Bath 631 square feet Built in 1969 yearly taxes only $1898 monthly dues only $228 fireplace territorial views From the listing remarks: “Wow, sought after Queen Anne! This cool condo is in a […]

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They’re here! …to transport passengers on an Alaskan getaway. The cruise ships are great for Seattle tourism plus local businesses and also treat residents of Magnolia and Queen Anne to a moving landscape from their very own yards. Some locals are upset with more Interbay traffic and up & down the Magnolia bridge or in Interbay. Others […]

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Angry Birds Space If you did a double or probably triple take at the Space Needle this weekend you were fortunate to see something truly unique. The new Angry Birds Space video game was released over the weekend by Rovio Mobile so promotors suspended an angry bird in it’s sling shot. Today was also the 50th […]

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Quite a few surprising businesses in both Queen Anne and Magnolia have closed down lately. Pretty shocking and disappointing that Seattle Pie Company which I have supported both online and offline would basically just close up shop and leave the Magnolia neighborhood. That is in fact what happened though. I knew something was fishy when […]

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Queen Anne Farmer’s Market Adds Delight And Color To Thursdays!   QUEEN ANNE AVE & WEST CROCKETT ST : THURSDAYS 3-7:30 Runs June 2nd – October 6th The Farmer’s Market on Queen Anne…. Just off Queen Anne Ave in Upper Queen Anne at West Crockett Street is where you can find one of the nicest […]

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I wrote a blog earlier about Backyard Cottages in Seattle or Detatched Dwelling Units.  Since then, I’ve had numerous questions about them.  Whether you are considering a Backyard Cottage on your at least 4,000 square foot lot as a rental property, for an elderly family member, or a grown child you need to know the […]

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Seattle City of Seven Hills: In the late 1800’s real estate developers decided to make Seattle be the city of seven hills similar to Rome and there have been varying theories through out the years ever since as to what are those seven hills?  The fact of the matter is Seattle is full of hills and […]

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Yesterday we visited two sets of great grandparents on Bainbridge Island and I got the chance to talk to my husband’s Grandfather about growing up on Queen Anne.  It is funny because the two houses he grew up in are on the historic registry and his gandfather’s house is also on the historic registry.  Unfortunately,  […]

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The Wilcox Wall is just one of the jewels in the Queen Anne Blvd necklace on the Queen Anne’s West Slope. This amazing piece of Seattle history is such a key feature to this neighborhood and a wonderful place to take a stroll at just over .4 of a mile long. Wilcox Wall:  Originally the […]

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