Bellevue Real Estate – Bellevue Homes for Sale
Bellevue WA – A Beautiful Place to Live and Play!
Located across Lake Washington from Seattle (also called the “Eastside”) and sprawling from just North of the 520 to South of the 90. Bellevue borders Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah & Renton. Just so happens that the word “Bellevue” in French means “A Beautiful View”. Having been recently voted #1 in CNN Money’s List of best places to live and launch a business, you can’t go wrong.
Downtown Bellevue is changing before our eyes. It is the 2nd largest city center in Washington State and have more than 35,000 employees and more than 5,000 residents in the downtown core. Based on per capita income, Bellevue is ranked #15 for wealthiest of 522 communities in the State of Washington.
Bellevue’s Neighborhoods consist of:
West Bellevue – Comprised of many communities including Downtown Bellevue, Meydenbauer, Vuecrest. Great work/live life in West Bellevue with close proximity to the I-520 or I-90. Located West of the I-405. Many restaurants, shops and things to do. Prices range from $300,000 to more than $4,000,000.00.
Clyde Hill – You will find homes with views of Lake Washington as well as a mix of older smaller bungalow homes to large newer construction homes. Homes range in price from about $700,000 to more than $10,000,000.
Medina – Medina has gorgeous waterfront homes as well as view homes in this Bellevue neighborhood. This neighborhood borders Lake Washington and is located West of Clyde Hill (which is also West of the I-405), Medina runs both North and South of the I-520, West of Hunts Point and North of West Bellevue Neighborhood. Homes range in price from $800,000 – more than $11,000,000.
Hunts Point – Hunts Point is a Bellevue Neighborhood located North of the I-520 and on Lake Washington. Hunts Point has luxury waterfront homes for sale and are located along Lake Washington. The homes for sale range in price from $795,000 – just under $20,000,000.00.
Yarrow Point – Prices for homes in Yarrow Point range from $650,000 to more than $19,000,000. You will find very large luxury homes located on Lake Washington.
Enatai/Beaux Arts – Enatai and Beaux Arts are Neighborhoods located South of West Bellevue, West of Bellevue Way (which is West of the I-405) and you’ll find luxury waterfront homes for sale. Beaux Arts is made up of about 300 homes which have beach access rights. Some of the homes in Enatai and Beaux Arts border Lake Washington. Homes range in price from the low $500,000 to more than $9,000,000. See homes currently for sale in Enatai
Woodridge – Great neighborhood with easy access to the I-90 and I-405. The westerly located homes have a view and the neighborhood is quiet and well taken care of. Sitting at the top of the hill and located South of Downtown Bellevue and just East of the I-405 and borders North of the I-90. You will find homes ranging in price from the mid $300,000 to the high $900,.000.
Wilburton – You will find homes ranging in price from the high $300,000 to more than $1,500,000. Quite a variety of homes in Wilburton. See homes for sale in the Wilburton Neighborhood of Bellevue
College Hill – You’ll find many homes built in the 1950′s in this neighborhood but you’ll also find newer built homes. Prices range from $300,000 to more than $1,300,000.
Robinswood – Homes will range in price from about $300,000 to more than $800,000.
Crossroads – Comprises the east end of the city across rolling hills to the shores of Lake Sammamish. Celebrated for its vibrant diversity, the Crossroads community is attractive to young families and newcomers. Just south are the
Lake Hills – See homes for sale in the Lake Hills Neighborhood of Bellevue
Phantom Lake – areas named for the secluded bodies of water and gentle slopes that attracted some of the original settlers to the area.
Somerset – South of the I-90
Cougar Mountain – South of the I-90
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Newport Shores – Located on Lake Washington just off of Coal Creek Parkway. The area has its own marina and recreation center for homeowners. Located South of the I-90 freeway and West of the I-405. This neighborhood has waterfront homes that lead from the canal to Lake Washington. Prices range from about $400,000 to more than $8,000,000.
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Places to shop –
Bellevue Square located in Downtown Bellevue (West Bellevue) http://bellevuecollection.com/
Lincoln Square http://bellevuecollection.com/
Factoria Mall (South of I-90) http://www.factoriamall.com/
Crossroads Mall http://www.crossroadsbellevue.com/
Other clothing stores in Bellevue WA: http://seattle.citysearch.com/listings/bellevue/clothing/73148_3860
Restaurants in Bellevue WA:
Bellevue Happy Hour: http://metrobellevue.com/bellevue_happyhours.htm
Things to do:
Lincoln Square Cinemas http://www.lincolnsquarecinemas.com/
Lucky Strike Lanes http://www.bowlluckystrike.com/
The Parlor Billiards & Spirits http://www.parlorlive.com/parlorbilliards-generalinfo.htm
Parlor LIVE http://www.parlorlive.com/parlorlive-main.html
Vintage Lounge at Daniel’s Broiler http://www.schwartzbros.com/daniels.cfm