Want to live in a one-of-kind home? The historic Queen Anne High School is undergoing a conversion into 139 upscale condominium homes at the crest of Queen Anne Hill. The conversion will maintain the neoclassical building’s historic features and will include lofts, one- and two-bedroom homes, as well as two-bedroom town homes.
The bright and airy homes at Queen Anne High School will feature:
- signature soaring ceilings
- many homes with step-up bedrooms
- exceptionally large windows with expansive views of the city
- hardwoods in the entry & kitchen
- buyer’s choice of decorative carpeting
- stainless steel appliances
- granite countertops in kitchen
- custom kitchen & bathroom cabinetry
- marble slab bathroom countertop
- tiled bathtub surround
- stained wood doors and casings
- historic elements, including old school blackboards in some units
The building is just steps away from Queen Anne’s vibrant hill top community. Residents are literally neighbors with the 5 Spot, Gorditos, Pasta Bella, Trader Joes and the Metropolitan Market.
The Stranger’s Tom Francis recently toured the School with the developer’s vice president. Read his blog post at The Stranger: The Old Queen Anne School. Note: The Stranger is an alternative weekly.
Photo: Mike Urban