Bellevue, WA

Bellevue, Washington – Urban and suburban paradise merged. From residential neighborhoods to high-rise condominium communities, Bellevue offers a comfortable and inviting setting for families and individuals alike. Throw a frisbee or walk your dog in a pet-friendly park. Shop at one of the popular shopping centers in Downtown Bellevue or see a movie at one of the various theaters around town. Visit the shores of Lake Washington and stroll along Meydenbauer Beach Park at sunset. Bellevue is the second largest city center (next to Seattle) in Washington, and one of the fastest growing in the nation. The established Bellevue suburbs have long been desirable for their proximity to the city and luxurious overtones. Bordered by three major thoroughfares (I-405 to the East, I-90 to the South, and SR- 520 to the West), Bellevue is centrally located just 20 minutes from Downtown Seattle.



Great Neighborhoods

Beaux Arts Village, Clyde Hill, Delmar Woods, Downtown-Bellevue, Eastgate, Enatai, Evergreen Point, Hunts Point, Lake Hills, Medina, Meydenbauer Bay, Newport Shores, One Lincoln Tower, Somerset, Spiritridge, Tam-O-Shanter, The Oaks, Vuecrest, Yarrow Point

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Great Activities

Welcome to Bellevue, Washington, a one-of-a-kind place that offers the ultimate in shopping, dining and cultural attractions, surrounded by natural beauty and outdoor spaces. Miles of nature trails, public parks and swim beaches are walking distance from downtown for a workout or unwinding. Numerous spas, museums, and art exhibitions are located in Bellevue. Bellevue is also your gateway to the entire Puget Sound Region. Within minutes you can explore Seattle's culture and history, visit Kirkland's waterfront parks and galleries or tour Woodinville's Wine Country, home to over 100 wineries and tasting rooms.