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Leona Condos – Queen Anne

Leona CondosLocated on Queen Anne’s south slope, Leona is the newest and most luxurious conversion in Seattle (map). Originally constructed in 1909, the building was one among the first multi-family structures built on Queen Anne.

As part of the conversion, the interiors are being rebuilt, parking will be moved underground, new townhomes will be built on the current parking lot and two penthouses will be added on top of the current structure.

There will be 18 homes that’ll feature 9 to 11 foot ceilings, open floor plans, hardwood flooring, pure wool carpets, stone slab kitchen countertops with undermount sinks and Viking and Bosch appliances.

Prices will range from the $400,000s to over $2 million.

VIP Preview Event

Leona is hosting a VIP preview event on March 24th from 4:00 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. To register and RSVP visit the Leona website.

Update 3/13: Leona extended the preview event on the 24th, now starts at 11 AM.

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  1. Toby Barnett says:

    Could I purchase one of those FHA? Sry Ben I couln’t resist that after reading the post.

  2. Jamie says:

    Looks like the link to the website isn’t working…

  3. CP says:

    Have any units sold yet? They all still look vacant (you can see into the townhouses from street level). And the garage is always empty (entrance off Queen Anne Ave – what were the designers thinking!)

  4. CM says:

    @CP, the designers were thinking that a garage entry on Ward to the north would be too great a change in elevation to navigate without entirely removing two of the townhomes and adding a huge ramp. They made the correct decision.

  5. FKP says:

    The design may have been the most practical, but potential buyers will factor in an appropriate discount factor. Looks like the condos are still overpriced for the current environment, with very little sales volume. Its interesting to observe that the Queen Anne High School condos auctioned for roughly 50% of original asking price. That’s one comparable worth considering in any condo/townhouse purchase.

  6. DC says:

    The price on the Leona units have dropped significantly in the past month. Are these good purchases? What’s resell like in Queen Ann for a place like this?

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