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 condo marketing specialist and publisher of The Seattle Condo Blog. Ben's focus is urban residential properties in Seattle's metropolitan core. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market. 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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