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
- territorial views
From the listing remarks: “Wow, sought after Queen Anne! This cool condo is in a secure, well maintained complex with no other buildings close by so no looking into neighbors walls or windows! Backs up to Trolley Park! There is a big open floor plan, new paint in a soothing color, stainless steel appliances, fireplace, washer-dryer and slider to a big balcony. Nice large bedroom with closet built-ins. Assigned parking and a large storage unit. Close to Fred Hutch, Seattle Center/Space Needle, I-5, Pike Place Market etc.”
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You can see that inventory is still low on the hill. Low inventory and ready and willing qualified buyers are contributing to bidding wars as sellers see buyers line up for multiple offers. As a result sales are soaring in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
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Winterfest Ice Skating at Seattle Center
My daughter decided that for her borthday, she wanted to go ice skating and I told her that there was no where to skate around here. She of course had already done her homework and pointed out that we could ice skate practically under the Space Needle if we wanted to. Seattle Center has Winterfest going on right now and there are lots of events including…ice skating.
From the Seattle Center website:
Winterfest Ice Rink
Nov. 25 – Jan. 1, 2012
Sunday – Thursday, 11am – 8pm
Friday – Saturday, 11am – 10pm
Fisher Pavilion, Prices Vary
Glide into the season with the greatest of ease. For novice or Olympiad ice skaters, the Winterfest Ice Rink offers fun for all. Admission: $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 6– 12, $2 children ages 5 and under. Admission fee includes skate rental. Cash only. Admission is free only to patrons wanting to watch and not ice skate. Special hours: Dec. 24 closes 4pm, Dec. 25 closed, Dec. 31 closes at 11:30pm
Ice Skating at Seattle Center was something indeed! It was especially significant for my daughter who has grown up hearing stories of her great grandparents having their first dates ice skating at the Seattle Center. The Winterfest Ice Skating Rink is a in Fisher Pavilion and very crowded, but a pretty amazing winter experience overall.
Seattle Center is the heart of Seattle local events. It is a great place to explore and a wonderful part of Uptown (Lower Queen Anne). If you are interested in Queen Anne homes or other Seattle neighborhoods that are close by Seattle Center, then let me know and I will show you my favorites!
84 years as an anchor to Lower Queen Anne –
Since 1926 this movie theater has been going and I am very sad about it.
Our family has a long history n Queen Anne and I am sure that my childrens great grandparents went on dates here in the early years. I will have to give them a call and see if they want a last call at the Uptown which closes tomorrow 11/28/2010, according to the Seattle Times, although I found the Seattle Times article through the Theatre Historical Society Readerboard site post here: http://theatrehistoricalsociety.wordpress.com/2010/11/27/the-uptown-theater-on-lower-queen-anne-will-be-missed/.
You can read more about them and support this non profit’s 40+ year cause here: