Bellevue Homes for Sale
Modern Eastside Living
Bellevue is a ten-minute drive away from Seattle and is just as great. Bellevue, Washington has plenty of things to do. You could visit the radiant Bellevue Botanical Gardens or the Meydenbauer Center. With the city’s below-average population number of less than 200,000, huge crowds at any of Bellevue’s attractions won’t be a problem. Even though Bellevue is a small town, it has big entertainment, as seen in the Theatre at Meydenbauer Center, the vast selection of nighttime bars, and the long list of venues for live music.
The Bellevue house market is also moderately priced. Homes start from less than $300,000 and go up to over $1.5 million. Reddy Real Estate is sure that you’ll find a house to accommodate your needs, budget, and lifestyle. After all, the quality of life in Bellevue is well above satisfactory.
Livability.com, a real estate website, voted Bellevue, WA as one of the top one hundred cities in the United States. It scored second place out of two thousand cities. In addition to Bellevue’s high ranking, Livability also has a separate article made up of nine reasons to live in Bellevue, like the wonderful view and Lake Washington.
Family Living in Bellevue
Something for everyone
Bellevue is a safe place for parents and children of all ages. Safewise.com named it one of Washington’s fifty safest cities. Citizens can also know if and when criminal activity is happening by visiting Crimemapping.com. Not only will the kids be safe, but they will also be well-educated.
Greatschools.org gave Bellevue’s schools a nine out of ten average. Schools that scored all ten points included Cherry Crest Elementary, Chinook Middle School, and Tillicum Middle School. Each of these schools earned English test scores at least fifteen percent over the state average. In the areas of math and science, these Bellevue schools achieved grades that beat the Washington average by twenty percent.
Families can stay safe, get educated, and have fun. One place good for kids and parents is the ceramic painting studio, Creatively Yours. Creatively Yours offers coffee, donuts, and classes just for children, which they call Kidz Kamp. It’s available all summer and is located in the Crossroads Shopping Area where you can many more family activities.
Something available all year is the KidsQuest Children’s Museum. KidsQuest is a nonprofit museum where children can have fun and learn at the same time. There’s water play for kids of all ages, which includes the Tot Splash zone, a reading nook, and a train table. KidsQuest is the perfect place for a family outing or your child’s next birthday party.
Bellevue Activities and Entertainment
Go and have a good time!
Of course, Bellevue has fun places for the adults too. Woodinville Wine Country has more than ninety wineries that offer an extensive list of fine wines. You and a group are welcome to try them in one of Woodinville’s private tasting rooms. Prefer beer over wine? Bellevue has plenty of microbrews and pubs that serve beers on tap along with hard cider.
If you like harder liquor, Woodinville has plenty of distilled beverages too. Like the wineries, Woodinville has tasting rooms where you can sample various gin, vodkas, and other spirits. Don’t feel like traveling all the way to Woodinville? Just go to a Bellevue restaurant to belt some brandy or grab a grappa.
Washington also has plenty of golf courses that are maintained by its cities, such as the Bellevue Golf Course. It measures over six thousand yards. If you’re new to golf, you can try the beginner-friendly Crossroads Golf Course which is just an hour away from Bellevue.
Moving to a new place can be overwhelming, which is why Bellevue has the Salt Mine Arium, a spa complete with a salt room. The salt room is beneficial for the skin and lungs because its salt cleanses bacteria in the lungs and reduces inflammation. The Salt Mine Arium provides other treatments such as massages and acupuncture.
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