Through our affiliate company, Tres Equities LLC, Seattle Funding Group is proud to deliver some of the finest condominiums the city of Seattle has to offer. A redevelopment of one of Queen Anne’s landmark residential buildings, Highland Queen Anne is just another example of the high quality real estate acquisitions SFG invests in (as featured in the Seattle Times article below).
Highland Queen Anne: Intimate condo community offers urban sophistication
Located on the south slope of Queen Anne with views of Elliot Bay, the city skyline and Mount Rainier, the homes at Highland Queen Anne are a rare find. Every two-bedroom home has a view of the Space Needle.
“This is the most exciting property that I have seen in over 20 years of marketing condominium homes,” says Anita Friedman, buyer’s agent for Williams Marketing, Inc.
Highland Queen Anne is within walking distance of the Seattle Center, Key Arena, shopping, entertainment, and popular restaurants. Downtown Seattle and the monorail are just minutes away.
Highland Queen Anne is an intimate building, consisting of 20 homes professionally designed and finished. Urban sophistication and Norwest sensibility may appear mutually exclusive, but when you infuse modern, clean lines with rich textural materials, you have a perfect match.
Details include spacious, light-filled rooms with expansive views; a choice of two designer color palettes; rich wood finishes, gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, natural maple wood floors, and granite countertops, marble-topped vanities in master baths; and entertainment-sized balconies with sweeping, panoramic views.
“Highland Queen Anne has a dynamic combination of fantastic 180-degree views of the city skyline and Elliott Bay and an unparalleled location,” says Leslie Williams, president of Williams Marketing, Inc. “Queen Anne’s south slope is the ultimate neighborhood–seconds to downtown, easy walk to great restaurants and the many events at the Seattle Center and a home that is spacious and inviting. We expect a quick sell-out of these fabulous homes.”
— Seattle Times, October 23, 2004