Queen Anne Homes For Sale

Queen Anne Homes for sale:  

 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.  

Please let us know if you are interested in Queen Anne Real Estate or have any questions at all. How do you find homes for sale on Queen Anne?  Here is a great interactive map so that you can find your Queen Anne home or if you are just curious about prices in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood. This map of homes for sale on Queen Anne is live, so no matter when this was published, you can still see up to date information from the NWMLS through our IDX feed.

Queen Anne Real Estate in Seattle, WA

Click on any of the Queen Anne homes for sale below including Queen Anne view homes or other Queen Anne listings in Uptown, Upper Queen Anne, Lower Queen Anne, North Queen Anne, the Southwest slope, Southeast slope or any other parts of the neighborhood.  We are also happy to tell you about any upcoming Queen Anne listings.  Often times we know about Queen Anne homes that are about to be listed so that you can get the jump on the competition. We also can help you with some coaching and tips for how to beat the competition when you are in a multiple offer situation.  QA@CooperJacobs.com

Queen Anne Homes For Sale Right Now: Summer Wrap Up

Queen Anne is one of the larger Seattle neighborhoods and filled with beautiful and historical homes as well as hip bungalows and townhomes. This Seattle neighborhood has tree lined street after street of charm and boasts one of the most scenic views in all of Seattle at Kerry Park. The neighborhood of Queen Anne is centered around Queen Anne Ave and homes surrounding this hub tend to be in high demand. Queen Anne is also circled at its crown by Queen Anne Boulevard which is an excellent walking trail and Queen Anne’s equivalent of the Green Lake loop. Many Queen Anne homes have extensive views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, Downtown Seattle, and Mount Rainier.

Queen Anne Real Estate in Seattle, WA

Click on any of the Queen Anne homes for sale below – This page has all listings from all Seattle real estate companies and is current from information swept from the NWMLS for changes every 15-20 minutes. You can find all Queen Anne real estate here including Queen Anne view homes or other Queen Anne listings on the Southwest slope, Southeast slope and other parts of the neighborhood.

Queen Anne Real Estate in Seattle WA – Find Queen Anne Homes For Sale

Uptown (Lower Queen Anne) and Nearby Belltown Sights

Uptown (Lower Queen Anne) and Nearby Belltown Sights

As I ponder the many beautiful sights in Seattle, I am reminded of images of Mt. Rainier on a crisp clear day, the Space Needle shining high over Seattle’s landscape, the historic Pike Place Market overflowing with energy and excitement, tranquil sunsets gleaming over Lake Union, and the EMP building which hosts biographies of famous pop stars (Experience Music Project)….(actually, Seattle’s EMP structure may be an eyesore to most, but it is noted as an architectural masterpiece…a tangled architectural masterpiece in my book).

Who would’ve ever imagined that garbage could be included in these fine list of sights? Art made from used plastic bottle caps? Okay, so maybe I’m over exaggerating on the scenic part, but certainly not on the concept. In the decade we live in recycling, built green homes, and conservation has been a top priority on many agendas. But apparently, not all products are wanted by recycling plants. Bottle caps, for one, can often get wedged into conveyer belts presenting problems on the machinery. So, what do we do with all of the plastic bottle caps? Relive our college days and play an endless game of caps? Trenton Doyle Hancock had a solution….call it a vision. To breakdown all of the unwanted plastic bottle caps and to create works of art.

If you’re in the Belltown area, near Sculpture Park, take a gander in the PACCAR Pavilion. In the Pavilion, there is a large image of a creepy weathered hand created from broken down bottle caps of all colors. It’s no Mona Lisa, but it is inspiring to see how garbage can be created into works of art. Below his piece, there are bins that you can contribute your used plastic bottle caps in, so it too can be turned into works of art. (The Pavilion is open to the public from Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Belltown, a community filled with endless amenities, fine dining, thrill and excitement, now adds it’s own mini recycling plant to its repertoire. Time to save those plastic bottle caps!

by Mark Osaki, Seattle Realtor & Condo Specialist, Cooper Jacobs Real Estate  mark@cooperjacobs.com

The Uptown Closing This Weekend:(

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: