Named after its array of Victorian and Craftsman style houses, Queen Anne has grown into one of Seattle’s prized possessions, home to top parks for viewing the city, amazing shops and eateries popular city-wide, as well as great connectivity to the rest of the city, resulting in one the prettiest and most convenient neighborhoods one could call home. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Seattle Center in lower Queen Anne, from food and music festivals to classic venues like the Key Arena, Science Center, and the Space Needle, which provide all your big city needs and everything else downtown has to offer. Follow Queen Ann Avenue north from here through the middle of the hill, serving as the central business hub for the entire neighborhood and home to local favorites like “How to Cook a Wolf”,” 5 Spot”, or the mouthwatering “El Diablo”. Continue east or west along this avenue for glimpses of tree-lined, residential laden streets, classic storybook-like neighborhood scenery, and what might be the next place you call home. Finally, arrive at the top of the hill for spectacular views of it all, encompassing the Seattle Skyline, lake union, Mount Ranier, and more. Simply move or look in any direction and you won’t be disappointed with what Queen Anne has to offer – that’s a promise.