Every one of our experienced real estate brokers specializes in one or two Seattle neighborhoods. It's the most efficient way of finding the hidden gems in this highly competitive market.
Queen Anne offers a quick commute to downtown, but it also boasts breathtaking views. To the West, sunsets, the Olympic mountain range, and Puget Sound. To the East, the sunrise, the Cascades, and Lake Union. And to the South, there's Seattle's impressive skyline, the Space Needle, and Mt. Rainier.Learn more about Queen Anne
Magnolia is a nature-rich jewel just outside of downtown, west of Queen Anne, and along Elliot Bay. With amazing views and scenic parks abound, its position on the water and limited thru-traffic gives Magnolia a small-town, island-like feel. Residents can still access the rest of Seattle quickly, with just a five-ten minute commute to downtown.Learn more about Magnolia
Seattle's downtown is like no other. Flanked by Puget Sound to the west, amazing views of the bay and the Olympic Mountains can be enjoyed from many of Seattle's downtown streets. Getting to and from downtown is simple via a grid of numbered thoroughfares, I-5 access, and Highway 99, which runs along Seattle's waterfront.Learn more about Downtown
Capitol Hill is located on the east side of Seattle. There are three colleges, a variety of parks, including beautiful Volunteer Park Conservatory, and many restaurants, shops and boutiques. It’s conveniently located near downtown, I-5 and a short drive to Lake Washington.Learn more about Capitol Hill