Stunning home perched perfectly on the most coveted tree-lined boulevard on Queen Anne! Amazing views of downtown, Mt. Rainier, the Sound, and the Olympic mountains. This one of a kind home features three master bedrooms, a huge gourmet kitchen, air-conditioning, a sauna, central vacuum, 1,400 bottle wine cellar. 1,500 sq/ft master bedroom with massive views, steam shower, double sided fireplace, sauna, office, and setting area. Close to downtown Seattle and everything we love on Queen Anne!
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Last updated Sep 27, 2022
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Central A/C, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Wet Bar, 2nd Master BR, Wine Cellar, Bath Off Master, Built-In Vacuum, Dbl Pane/Storm Windw, Dining Room, Fireplace in Mstr BR, French Doors, Jetted Tub, Sauna, Security System, Walk-In Pantry, Walk-In Closet
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From I-90, take Exit 2B, I-5 N and Exit 167 to Mercer St. Take exit 167 from I-5 N, continue on Mercer St. take Taylor Ave N to 3rd Ave N.
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Cable Available,High Speed Internet,Natural Gas Available,Sewer Connected,Electricity Available,Natural Gas Connected
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John Hay Elementary School
Queen Anne Elementary School
Mcclure Middle School
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