2007 AIA Award Winner* This bold residence scope contains intimately private interior and exterior spaces combined with a strong street presence. The hidden courtyard of the home provides a exterior level that seamlessly flows between a series of indoor and outdoor through walls of glass. The third floor contains three bedrooms and a study which look out over the Queen Anne Hill to magnificent views of the Cascades, Olympics, and Puget Sound. The home also has an additional dwelling unit of approximately 900 sqft renting out at $1000/month
Queen Anne Hill is a neighborhood and a hill in Seattle, Washington. The hill is the highest named hill in Seattle, Washington, with a maximum elevation of 456 feet (139 m), though the highest point in the city is the aptly named High Point in West Seattle, at 520 feet (158 m). Queen Anne is situated just north of Seattle Center and just south of Fremont across the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The hill early became a popular spot for the city's economic and cultural elite to build their mansions (the name derives from the architectural style, typical of so many of the early homes). The home is located just north of the trendy commercial district located on top of Queen Anne on Queen Anne Ave N and is walking distance from everything on the hill.