Queen Anne High model home and reviews
Queen Anne High is has opened another model unit:
Located in the Industrial Arts Building, a 1950s-era addition
to the school, these homes have thoroughly contemporary features setting them apart from the historic Beaux Arts main building. Several are townhomes with stunning Seattle views from large private decks. One townhome is now complete, professionally decorated and ready for touring. The rest of the homes in the Industrial Arts Building are now under construction and available for pre-sale, as are the remaining homes in the main building including two-bedroom homes!
Marilyn over at Sweet Digs (disclaimer: Sweet Digs is run by Redfin and I am involved in some aspects of it’s operation) has two posts about Queen Anne High:
This is one of the model units that I expected to shine. However, things aren’t always what they seem and I noticed that the plaster could use some repairing, there was some shoe strip missing and the old windows look like they could use some more work. It’s an open one bedroom which means that your bedroom is in the same room as your living room and kitchen, but to get to it, you walk up some stairs to a separate space that has a short wall around it.
This studio is in the Industrial Arts building. It has high ceilings and a great tree right outside the windows on a very quiet side of the building. It’s charming with slate floors, hip closet doors and about the same amount of closet space as the one bedroom units. After looking at tons of the Queen Ann HS Condominiums, it was my number one pick.