SENIOR LIVING AMENITIES IN Seattle, Washington
Amenities at Queen Anne Manor are designed with you in mind.
Nestled in Seattle, living at Queen Anne Manor means that you can take advantage of convenient shopping and dining as well as superb local attractions to make your retirement everything you want and more.
That being said, you’ll find the best treasures lie within our retirement community. Our superb amenities truly set us apart from other senior living options in Seattle. Spacious common areas and an overall inviting atmosphere create a relaxing space where you can enjoy social interaction with your fellow residents, friends, and family members. Queen Anne Manor proudly offers studio and penthouse apartments with plenty of space to furnish as you desire (outdoor deck included). Enjoy one of our one-bedroom options with a private bathroom.
Let’s Have Some Fun
Play a round of billiards with friends in the game room or stay fit in the fitness center. We work hard to maintain the outdoor patio and courtyard, as well as the communal lounge and sitting areas. We even have a private dining room for special occasions, so feel free to invite visitors.
Looking to take care of a few necessities? Check out our media room. Need help with personal care? Our care staff strives to meet your needs. We’re here to make your life as convenient as possible.
Safe & Sound
At Queen Anne Manor we value your safety. In addition to security features, we have a 24-hour call system and an enclosed outdoor garden for memory care.
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Your pets are like family here.
That’s why small dog breeds, cats, and birds are welcome at Queen Anne Manor with the approval of our Executive Director.
You must be able to care for your pet (pets are not allowed in memory care) and they must be well-behaved, house trained, be spayed or neutered, and have a recent veterinarian statement of good health.