Queen Anne

A charming and walkable neighborhood in Seattle, Queen Anne derived its name from the architectural style of the homes there.

Welcome to Queen Anne

Charming cultural hub abuzz with adventures

A charming and highly walkable neighborhood in Seattle, Queen Anne derived its name from the architectural style of the homes there. Formerly known as Eden Hill, it sits on Vashon Glacier, formed more than ten thousand years ago. Known for its vibrant lifestyle, Queen Anne is surrounded by spacious and green landscapes. Its elevation gives residents a scenic and breath-taking view of the Seattle skyline with all the prestige and elegance of a tucked-in hillside retreat. Further divided into two: Upper and Lower, Upper Queen Anne is more residential and mostly occupied by single family homes, while lower Queen Anne exudes more vibrancy and a hub of commerce. Rows of stores, restaurants and nightlife venues lie within arms reach, while grassy hills and luscious parks allow for year-round recreation and picnics in the fine weather.

What to Love

  • Wonderful amenities within arm’s reach
  • Top-rated schools
  • Highly walkable
  • Hub of classic architecture 
  • Panoramic views and dazzling sunsets

Local Lifestyle

Life in Queen Anne is relaxed and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is a perfect location for people wanting to move away from urban noise or professionals looking for a quiet neighborhood to work from home, without compromising city amenities. Queen Anne is close to Downtown Seattle and everything residents need for daily life is within a walking distance. Whether you need to walk down the street to get work done over a cup of coffee or enroll your kids at a top-rated school, Queen Anne doesn’t disappoint.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Charm and style can be seen all around Queen Anne, whether it’s in the places you shop, eat or play. Canlis is an upscale restaurant touching on the exclusivity of the Queen Anne lifestyle. A family-owned establishment that dates back to the early 1950s, fine dining at its peak is the summative experience at Canlis. It features a multiple-course meal where guests only get to pick three of the courses accompanied with fine, premium, and award-winning wine selections that go well with any meal.
At Betty's Restaurant and Bar, the sophisticated atmosphere invites residents to enjoy bistro-style meals, made with the finest ingredients. It also offers a fully stocked bar with exquisite and fine wine sourced from all over the globe. At Bounty Kitchen, modern flavor meets traditional recipes with exquisite meals prepared using the finest and quality organic ingredients. Chefs reinvent salads and transform veggies into mouth-watering meals using a blend of traditional and modern cooking styles studied across cultures. 
The Eden Hill Restaurant is an exclusive upscale dinner-only establishment, perfect for a romantic and intimate candle-lit dinner.

Things To Do

Kerry Park is the most popular outdoor space in Queen Anne. Known for its panoramic and breath-taking views of the Seattle skyline. Pose for the perfect Instagram picture here against a picturesque sunset background. 
Established in 1962, for the world fair, the International Fountain has become a popular tourist attraction. It was designed to reflect outer space exploration. The shooting water depicts different scenes and images and is a true beauty to behold in its entirety. 
The Climate Pledge Arena is a 20,000 capacity arena known as the home of the Seattle Kraken. Come experience hockey tournaments, concerts, or basketball games for a week’s worth of arena sports. The Space Needle is a futuristic landmark with a saucer-shaped top. It was built for the World Fair in 1963 and now houses fancy restaurants, an observation deck — with unparalleled views of Downtown Seattle, Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, and the Olympic ranges. There's a glass floor experience that gives tourists unfettered views into the structure below and inside the building. 
Lovers of the performing arts will have a field day at the McCaw Hall, Home to Seattle Opera and North Pacific Ballet.


Queen Anne is served by some of Seattle’s top-rated schools, renowned for their innovative academic programs and outstanding extracurricular activities. Top educational opportunities include:
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