Keller Williams Greater Seattle

Condo Spotlight: Queen Anne Condos

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2552 14th Ave W #401, Seattle

Gorgeous west Queen Anne condo with a $50,000 high-end remodel. The large 1,104 square foot top-floor two-bedroom condo features dark hardwoods, chef’s kitchen, a spa-like bathroom with double vanity and heated marble floors, and a large private balcony.

The homes comes with extra storage and a one-car garage. Residents will enjoy easy access to the top of Queen Anne, downtown and Ballard.

This home is presently offered at $310,000, MLS #207018.

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1730 Taylor Ave N #404, Seattle

Great Queen Anne location – close to Seattle Center, Key Arena and neighborhood market & restaurants.

This one-bedroom home features an updated kitchen, hardwood and carpet flooring, open living space and a private balcony. The south facing windows provide light throughout the day and the beautiful Trolley Hill Park is a greenbelt that runs along the back of the building creating privacy, quiet & a great place for people and dogs. Condo includes secure parking space and large storage unit. The building is FHA approved.

This home is presently offered at $247,000, MLS #220892.

View more details and photos or inquire about touring the property.

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Listings and photos are courtesy of Paris Piersson, Keller Williams Greater Seattle

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About the Author: Ben Kakimoto is a Seattle condo and urban real estate marketing & listing specialist. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market or about buying or selling a Seattle area condo. Find Ben on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. .

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  1. Roderick says:

    Thanks for posting these, Ben.

    HDR makes listing photos look like a Jetsons cartoon (and that’s not a good thing).

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