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201 Galer St. #410, Seattle WA 98109 | $645,000 | 1 bed, 1 bath | 795 sq. ft | 1 parking spot
Quintessential Queen Anne. Iconic building with manicured park-like grounds. Minutes to SLU/DT & with an 88 Walkscore. Light-filled 4th floor unit with soaring 14’ ceilings, stunning HUGE windows and original hardwoods. Huge den that is easily used as a guest bedroom or media room. Host parties on the rooftop terrace with grand city & water views or host from your HUGE open living area. Also enjoy sunsets over the sound. Timeless character and charm. Own a piece of Seattle history.Contact for Showing Contact for Showing
Completed in 2007, Queen Anne High School offers old world materials and charm with modern systems, convenience and reliability. The setting is nothing short of park-like combined with the presence of a gothic palace. There is something magical about the building that lets your imagination soar. Whether you are brought back with nostalgic charm or feel like you are wandering the halls of Hogwarts, you're bound to feel you have a special home.
Queen Anne High School's proximity and walkability are all you want and more! With an 88 Walkscore you'll find everything you need in walking distance. For many this includes walking to work in SLU. There is also easy access to the MSFT Connector!
Queen Anne High School is a well-managed building with a very active association. The building has millions of dollars in liquid assets and is 50% funded for all repairs over the next 30 years. You can lease your unit out if you choose - offering an added bonus of flexibility if you move away and want to keep this home as an investment. Also, there is something about the way QAHS makes you feel. Certainly we do not construct buildings like this anymore. Architecture with real presence, character and, of course, a location to die for. Oh, did I mention the views?
Home prices in Queen Anne have gone up 26% in the last two years. Home prices are predicted to maintain value because of the rarity of buildings with a similar history and pedigree. Buy into the comfort of knowing your asset is safe. Queen Anne High School is well managed, well maintained and a well loved in Seattle. You'll find the community is engaged and active in the preservation of this historic landmark.
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The beauty of a time past shines to make this Seattle landmark one-of-a-kind. Modern sophisticated style is the essence of life in downtown Seattle. Wood floors stretch across the entire living area, as your eyes carry up to be greeted with soaring 14' ceilings and a full wall of glass capturing Queen Anne hill and treelined streets perfectly. The modern stainless steel kitchen stone counters and ample storage. The spacious bathroom with plenty of storage boasts stunning period details in modern finishes. Fresh paint, new carpet, and ample natural light provide a fresh airy quality to the interior. Step in the front door and you'll see what makes this crisp city masterpiece such a special place to call home.
The number one feature of Queen Anne High School is the proximity and walkability! With an 88 walk-score you'll find everything you need in walking distance. For many this includes getting to work in SLU. Queen Anne is one of the few charming old Seattle neighborhoods that still supports savvy residents needing to walk to work. You’ll find multiple grocery options like Trader Joe’s, Metropolitan Market, Safeway and QFC a short jaunt from QAHS. You’ll also find Eat Local and other locally owned butchers, bakers and candlestick makers. At home you’ll feel like you reside in a premium old world neighborhood where safety, education, and community rein supreme. You’ll love living in Queen Anne!
Unit 410 is stunning and different from all the other units. 14' ceilings and large windows capture views of Queen Anne's tree lined streets as well as drench the interior with natural light. The owners lovingly cared for this home and just completed a refresh. Fourth floor in Queen Anne High School is picturesque and of course you get the dramatic height and amazing architecture everywhere you look.
Queen Anne High School was one of the last creations of James Stephen during his nine years as Seattle’s official school architect. Stephen was responsible for designing more than 50 Seattle school structures and many more schools throughout Washington state, although I have a hard time believing any of the others are as breathtaking or in as beautiful of a setting as Queen Anne High School. The Grizzly was eventually adopted as the school mascot. Named after a beloved hang-out spot for students across the street, The Grizzly Inn. To this day, Queen Anne High School boasts a strong Alumni Association. Even though they no longer have future students walking the great halls, they have held on and cherished their roots and history and continue to support the prosperity of the building that is still standing.
Queen Anne High School was one of the last creations of James Stephen during his nine years as Seattle’s official school architect. Stephen was responsible for designing more than 50 Seattle school structures and many more schools throughout Washington state although I have a hard time believing any of the others are as breathtaking or…
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