Welcome to Bellevue
Upscale living in a serene and growing city
Directly east of Seattle, experience the luxury of stunning Bellevue. Highly coveted and brimming with character, residents are treated to the unmatched quality of life. Located in King County, the area is home to a growing population of 144,403 individuals. Locals have access to an impeccable set of conveniences and amenities, including the Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue Botanical Garden, top-tier schools, and Lake Washington.
Homes in Bellevue are spacious and immaculately designed. As one of the most desirable communities in the Seattle area, residential properties fetch a higher than average price. Subdivisions boasting numerous home styles — including perfectly maintained lawns and enhanced privacy features — can be found throughout Bellevue.
What to Love
- High-end luxury living
- Breathtaking suburban neighborhoods
- Exceptional public schools
- Vibrant Downtown Bellevue
Live life to the fullest upon relocating to awe-inspiring Bellevue. Overflowing with scenic views, spaces to connect with nature, and lovely suburban neighborhoods, it should come as no surprise that the city continues to expand and evolve. Residents can access nearly any convenience they desire just minutes from home. Considered an all-encompassing community, everything that you could want or need is always within close proximity. While Bellevue features several commercial districts (including Downtown Bellevue), residential neighborhoods offer superior peace and tranqulity.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Curious about Bellevue’s shopping and dining scene? Across the city, there are ample places to run errands, enjoy a delicious meal, and have a good time.
Bellevue Square is the premier destination for upscale shopping. Situated in downtown, peruse the latest items from retailers such as Madewell, lululemon, Tiffany & Co., Nordstrom, Tesla, The LEGO® Store, SEPHORA, Crate & Barrel, and The North Face.
Things to Do
Want to stay close to home on your off days? Bellevue boasts an impressive collection of things to do at any time of the year.
Bordered by two lakes (Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish), water recreation is a big part of the culture in Bellevue. On the eastern side of the city along Lake Sammamish, Weowna Park is a popular place to visit. This spacious community park features multiple trails, waterfalls, and a creek. On Lake Washington, Newcastle Beach Park, Meydenbauer Bay Park, and Chism Beach Park are great places to go to enjoy the waterfront.
Bellevue’s public schools are outstanding. The vast majority of the area’s schools have earned perfect ratings on GreatSchools.org.
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