Hot ’Hoods: Queen Anne

The extended first-time homebuyer credit helped buoy business into the early summer months, but sales slowed after that. Queen Anne is part of only one area in Seattle that didn’t slow down from June to July.

By Matthew Halverson September 15, 2010 Published in the October 2010 issue of Seattle Met

1937 Fifth Ave W; 4,050 sq ft, 4 BR, 3½ baths, built 2010
Selling Points The floors are poured concrete, but that doesn’t mean they’re cold. In-floor radiant heat is just one of the high-end custom upgrades in this ultramodern manse.
Listed By Heidi Ward, Coldwell Banker Bain


1722 Bigelow Ave N; 3,430 sq ft, 5 BR, 3 baths, built 1993
Selling Points Three decks—one on each floor—offer views of Lake Union, Capitol Hill, and the Cascades. Not enough? There’s another one off the bedroom that looks out over downtown.
Listed By Kathleen Farrar, 


1525 10th Ave W; 3,700 sq ft, 5 BR, 3½ baths, built 2009
Selling Points That’s right: five bedrooms. The fifth is in a lower-level guest suite that includes a full bath. The main living areas ain’t bad either, thanks to a souped-up kitchen and a media room wired for surround sound.
Listed By Steve Kennedy, 
Re/Max Metro Realty

All photos courtesy the real estate agencies.

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