BELLEVUE REAL ESTATE

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About BELLEVUE


The Bellevue Real Estate Community Guide page is a living page that is designed to assist people who are considering relocating to Bellevue, WA and would like to learn more about this great King County city.


Money Magazine ranked Bellevue #4 on its list of “Best Places to Live.”

Bellevue is a fast growing city complete with all the amenities today’s savvy urban homeowner wants, with a small town feel.

Across Lake Washington from Seattle yet worlds apart is the Eastside jewel of Bellevue. Renowned for its easy access to tech giants like Microsoft, Bellevue has created its own vibe and distinct character!

What Makes Bellevue so special?

Bellevue has some of the highest rated schools in the country and receives a score of 8/10 by Great Schools, rated a top 100 school district by niche, and 5 stars on School Digger.

Bellevue offers the unique combination of having all the amenities of a big city with the feel and open spaces of a small town.

Bellevue boasts some of the best that living in the Greater Puget Sound Region has to offer. Less than an hour from Skiing and scenic hiking trails yet just a few minutes away from world class dining and shopping makes this desirable city a great place to call home. You are also welcomed by Luxury waterfront homes and condos as well as established neighborhoods offering terrific community appeal.

Bellevue Real Estate

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Average Price in Bellevue:

  • $1,600,000
  • County Average: $1,060,000
  • 151%

Average Taxes in Bellevue:

  • $8,977
  • County Average: $6,894
  • 130%

Average Price per/ft2 in Bellevue:

  • $588
  • County Average: $458
  • 128%

Average Walkscore in Bellevue:

  • 44
  • County Average: 45
  • 99%

Average Days on Website in Bellevue:

  • 58
  • County Average: 62
  • 94%

BELLEVUE NEWEST HOMES FOR SALE

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View ALL BELLEVUE Rambler Style Homes For Sale

A complete list of all Rambler Style Homes that are for sale in Bellevue

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A complete list of all Foreclosures and Short Sales that are for sale in Bellevue

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View ALL BELLEVUE CONDOS FOR SALE

A complete list of all Condos that are for sale in Bellevue

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BELLEVUE NEIGHBORHOODS

BELLEVUE Schools

Bellevue School District

(425) 456-4000

8/10 Great School Rating

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BELLEVUE Parks

425-452-6885

Bellevue offers residents almost 100 parks.

Bellevue offers much in the way of green space.

Bellevue Parks

PLACES IN BELLEVUE

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BELLEVUE RESOURCES

BELLEVUE FACTS


  • County:  King County
  • 3rd Largest City in Washington
  • Population:  141,400
  • Zip Codes: 98004, 98005, 98006, 98007, 98008, 98009
  • School District: Bellevue
  • Distance From Seattle:  10 miles
  • Distance From Bellevue:  0 miles
  • Area Code: 425

THINGS TO DO IN BELLEVUE

  • Bellevue Botanical Garden
    53-acre sanctuary with year-round events
  • Lake Sammamish
    Recreation site for sports & hiking
  • Marymoor Park
    Climbing wall, large dog area & concerts
  • Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park
    Spacious nature park for trails & views
  • Downtown Park
    Waterfall, garden & benches on 21 acres
  • Burke-Gilman Trail
    Cycling, running, and park
  • KidsQuest Children’s Museum
    Modern place with hands-on activities
  • Lake Sammamish State Park
    Boat launch, picnic areas & kayak rental
  • Saint Edward State Park
    Historic lakeshore area open for day use
  • Luther Burbank Park
    Lakefront stretch with beach & wetlands
  • Mercer Slough Nature Park
    Wetlands habitat with trails & canoeing
  • Squak Mountain
    Wooded mountain with signposted trails
  • Poo Poo Point Trailhead
    Hiking, mountain, hang gliding, paragliding, and outdoor recreation
  • Meydenbauer Bay Park
    Swimming beach with play & picnic areas
  • Cougar Mountain Zoo
    Big cats, exotic birds & sculpture
  • Microsoft Visitor Center
    Visitor center
  • Bridle Trails State Park
    Woodsy trails & horse-show grounds
  • Cougar Mountain
    Mountain, cougar, hiking, tiger, and outdoor recreation
  • Chism Beach Park
    Sandy swimming area & a playground
  • Newcastle Beach Park
    Green space for picnicking & swimming
  • Idylwood Park
    Beach, playground & canoe rentals
  • Wilburton Hill Park
    Woodland park for sports & picnicking
  • Enatai Beach Park
    Park for picnics, swimming & kayaking
  • Squak Mountain State Park Natural Area
    Scenic day-use park with hiking trails
  • Kelsey Creek Park
    Play equipment & a farm with animals
  • Grass Lawn Park
    Leafy green space for sports & play
  • Garden D’lights
    Garden known for winter illuminations
  • Bellevue Square
    Shopping
  • East Lake Sammamish Trail
    Lake, running, and cycling
  • Soaring Eagle Regional Park
    Forested park with trails & wildlife
  • Pine Lake Park
    Lakeside park with boat launch & fishing
  • Evans Creek Preserve
    Trails & wildlife on scenic terrain
  • Beaver Lake
    Lake and fishing
  • K1 Speed – Indoor Go Karts
    Indoor go-kart racing for all ages
  • Bellevue Badminton Club
    Badminton club
  • Sixty Acres Park
    25 sports fields & a picnic shelter

BELLEVUE REAL ESTATE STATISTICS

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NUMBER OF HOMES SOLD BY MONTH OVER 3 YEARS

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET BY MONTH OVER 3 YEARS

AVERAGE LIST PRICE VS. SALES PRICE BY MONTH OVER 3 YEARS