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BELLEVUEBOTHELL | CLYDE HILL | DENNY-BLAINE | KIRKLAND | LAURELHURST | LESCHI
MADISON PARK | WASHINGTON PARK | WEDGWOOD | YARROW POINT

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BELLEVUE

High end shops, high brow restaurants and a high tech hub. 

Bellevue

Population 133,992

Bellevue was founded in 1869 by William Meydenbauer and was officially incorporated on March 21, 1953. Prior to the opening of the Lake Washington Floating Bridge in 1940, Bellevue was a rural area with little development. With the opening of the bridge, development began rapidly into one of the largest cities in the state.

Bellevue has attracted numerous innovative and influential corporations in the business arena such as Expedia, InfoSpace, Inc., Esterline Technologies, ITEX Corporation, LYNX Medical Systems, Sierra Entertainment, Inc., T-Mobile USA, Inc., and Vulcan Inc., to name a few.

Home to Bellevue Square, one of the most lavish shopping centers in the state, with over 180 retail stores offering designer boutiques,  specialty stores, and fine restaurants where over 16 million people visitors shop annually. The recent expansion of Bellevue Way’s The Lodge and One Lincoln Towner has strengthened downtown Bellevue’s role as shopping/dining destination. The city currently has long-term plans for the Bel-Red Corridor Project, which is a planning effort to encourage the redevelopment of a large northern section of the city bordering the adjacent town of Redmond and viewed as an economic development opportunity by many.

Some of the communities within Bellevue include Bellecrest, Bridle Trails, Crossroads, Eastgate/Cougar Mountain, Enatai, Factoria, Newport, Northeast Bellevue, Northwest Bellevue, Sammamish/East Bellevue, Somerset, Sunset, Tam o’shanter, West Bellevue, West Lake Hills, Wilburton, and Woodridge.

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BOTHELL


Be at the cusp of the city’s revitalization. 

Bothell

Population 35,576

Straddling two counties, King and Snohomish, the population of Bothell has grown to over 33,000 people.

Once known as a “Bedroom Community” for people in Seattle, Bothell has blossomed into a destination city of its own. The downtown core offers boutique shopping, a variety of dining choices and soon McMenamins will transform the historic Anderson School and its associated buildings into a 70-room hotel, restaurant, brewpub, movie theater, and live music entertainment venue.

Country Village, just north of downtown, offers its visitors eclectic shopping and restaurants, planned events and their own Farmer’s Market. Spend your summer evenings listening to live music in the park at Bothell Landing or just have fun at the 4th of July parade. The Burke-Gilman trail, a bustle of summer and winter trail activity, runs through the city center with views of the Sammamish Slough as its backdrop.

The City of Bothell is at the cusp of revitalization. With planning started in 2006 the City has been focused on reinventing their town, bringing in new retail, offices and creating five new residential neighborhoods in the downtown district. Exciting things are happening at this riverfront community, and you can be a part of it!

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CLYDE HILL


World-class views to match the world-class architecture. 

Clyde Hill

Population 3,157

Named as the #2 suburb in the nation as part of its five-part “Best Places to Live” Series by Coldwell Banker Real Estate, Clyde Hill’s amenities abound.

The area offers the homeowner quiet streets and neighborhoods but if you get the urge for a little hustle and bustle in just minutes you can find yourself in Bellevue, Kirkland or downtown Seattle.

With a population of just over  3,000 (per the Census of 2013) the majority of Clyde Hill is zoned for single-family use except for the 2 items Washingtonians need most, their gas and coffee. Walk to Tully’s Coffee on Points Drive and chat with some of the neighborhood folk and then walk a bit further to Medina Park, where your dog can run free almost year round.

The larger lots in this area allow more play space for the child and grown-up alike, where barbecues and garden parties are the norm. Depending on your elevation and lot location you might enjoy views of the Seattle Skyline, Lake Washington and the Olympics or the sparkling lights of downtown Bellevue. If you’re really lucky, you might get both!

Top it all off with an award-winning school district and you’ll understand why Clyde Hill is one of Washington State’s most coveted locales.

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DENNY-BLAINE


Lake Washington views in an urban, residential community. 

Denny-Blaine

Population 1,032

Denny-Blaine, tucked between Madison Park to the north and Madrona to the south, was named after its developers, Elbert F. Blaine and Charles L. Denny, (the son of Seattle pioneer Arthur Denny). With no commercial business to speak of, Denny-Blaine is a strictly residential neighborhood consisting of meandering streets and charming architecture. An affluent neighborhood known for its gated driveways and meticulous landscaping, its residents benefit from amazing views of Lake Washington.

Nature lovers will enjoy the many parks (Denny Blaine Park, Denny Blaine Lake Park, Viretta Park, Howell Park, and Stevens Triangle) which run from the top of the hill down toward the lake. If you’re in the mood for shopping or upscale dining it’s a short jaunt to Madison Park, Madrona, Capitol Hill, or Leschi. Easy access to either I-5 or 520 brings you quickly to downtown Seattle and Bellevue for sporting events, concerts, theatres, restaurants, shopping and nightlife.

Denny-Blaine is also home to The Bush School, a K-12 independent coeducational school offering small classroom sizes and a quality learning environment.

If you’re in the market for a quieter neighborhood with a central location, then Denny-Blaine is for you.

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KIRKLAND


Combining the perks of city life with the comfort of rural living. 

Kirkland

Population 84,430

Featuring the Eastside’s only downtown waterfront frontage along Lake Washington’s shoreline, Kirkland is a thriving walking/talking community. This charming locale combines the perks of city life with the comforts of rural living making it the quintessential suburban city. Never a dull moment, Kirkland offers excellent restaurants and bars, boutique shopping, spectacular marinas, art galleries, live theatre and a huge assortment of parks – from sandy waterfront beaches to deep forested trails.

A city that encourages walking, running, biking and play, Kirkland passed an Active Transportation Plan in 2009 specifically targeting improvements to pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian facilities.

Culture of all kinds can be found in The Kirkland Performance Center, which hosts a number of performing arts events each year; The Kirkland Arts Center, located in the historic Peter Kirk Building on Market Street, which provides classes, workshops and a community-oriented gallery space; and The Kirkland Teen Union Building, supported by the city and non-profit organizations as a safe haven for our teens, which houses an art studio, music lab, lounge area, dark room and 2 stages.

Not to be overlooked, the Wednesday Farmer’s Market, attended by thousands of people each week, provides a succulent array of locally grown foods and handmade artisan crafts!

The Lake Washington School District, an award-winning public school district, hosts an active Parent-Teacher community, which strives for continual improvement in the education of its students.

Centrally located, in just minutes you can be in the heart of Downtown Seattle, Bellevue, or north to Everett.

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LAURELHURST


Picturesque landscapes and big, beautiful architecture. 

Laurelhurst

Population 4,880

Laurelhurst, one of Seattle’s original suburbs, has the alluring draw of picturesque landscapes, wending roads that end in cul-de-sacs, and big, beautiful architecture within an urban community.

Bordering the Windermere, Hawthorne Hills and Bryant neighborhoods, Laurelhurst’s boundary begins at the top of the hill, offering fantastic city and water views, and moves all the way down to the shores of Lake Washington.

Located 12 minutes northeast of the downtown core, it is also a 20 minute drive across 520 to the Eastside, making it an ideal commute for either side of the pond. Laurelhurst was first established in 1900 when a group of 50 prominent citizens came together to invest in The Seattle Golf Club, later relocated to The Highlands in Shoreline. A little piece of golf history remains on the corner of Northeast 41st Street where the original clubhouse was reimagined into a personal residence. The Laurelhurst Community Club, founded in 1920, became a major advocate for community involvement, safety and preservation and continues this vision today with its active and close-knit residents.

Other community gathering places include the Laurelhurst Beach Club, Laurelhurst Park, Burke-Gilman Park and just up the road, Magnuson Park, which offers not only parks, playfields, and a leash-free dog park but also a community theater which houses the Seattle Musical Theatre company.
Just west of Laurelhurt is University Village. Popular among residents and visitors alike, this open-air shopping center features boutique shops and national retailers plus a variety of sumptuous dining options.

Close to Seattle Children’s Hospital – ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top children’s hospitals in the country, Husky Stadium and the University of Washington – one of the world’s preeminent public universities.

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LESCHI


Boat, shop, dine, bike – it’s got it all. 

Leschi

Population 7,987

Perched atop the hillside of Seattle and running all the way down toward the shores of Lake Washington, Leschi is a hidden gem in the city.

Named after Chief Leschi of the Nisqually tribe, the neighborhood is known for its calm and idyllic scenery. Close to downtown and uber-convenient to shopping and a thriving restaurant scene.

Most homes offer at least partial views of beautiful Lake Washington. Hop on the bike trail, take your pet to one of the many parks, like the well-manicured Leschi Park with its exotic trees and gardens of roses or Frinks Park, which is a densely vegetated ravine. Boaters and shoppers will adore the Leschi Lakecenter, which includes a 115-slip marina, three office buildings, four restaurants, neighborhood services, a grocery and premier wine shop, and the always-necessary Starbucks.

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MADISON PARK


A thriving urban community with a lakeside park and a plethora of amenities. 

Madison Park

Population 4,388

Named after its gorgeous 24-acre lakeside park, Madison Park offers stunning views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier.

The park itself, only a short walk from the bustling commercial area, is a huge draw for all Seattleites year round. Grassy shores, a floating platform for swimming, diving boards, tennis courts, and children’s playground make it the perfect destination for sunbathers, concert goers and families alike.

The residents of Madison Park enjoy a thriving and happening restaurant scene with locally-owned eateries, bistros and pubs, all within walking distance of their home. You can satisfy all of your shopping needs at the market, the pharmacy, or any of the charming boutiques.

The neighborhood consists of mostly upper end homes and the active residents work hard at keeping a friendly, relaxed and safe atmosphere.

The 230-acre award winning Washington Park Arboretum, considered by many to be one of the finest public gardens, sits on Lake Washington’s shoreline in Madison Park. Take a stroll through the lush commons to experience the botanic gardens of the Pacific Northwest or the formal Japanese Garden.

Urban and sought-after for a plethora of reasons, Madison Park is a wonderful place to call home.

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WASHINGTON PARK


Defining the luxury aesthetic with stately architecture, tree-lined streets and breath-taking vistas. 

Washington Park

Population 1,263

Washington Park defines the luxury aesthetic with its stately architecture, tree-lined streets and breath-taking vistas.

Named after the famous park it borders, the Washington Park Arboretum, this neighborhood mirrors the beauty of its namesake.

Surrounded by the equally affluent communities of Madison Park, Denny-Blaine and Broadmoor, Washington Park offers its residents exceptional amenities such as award-winning restaurants, boutique shopping, and sporting venues minutes from your doorstep. A quick jaunt on I-5 or 520 puts you in the heart of either downtown Seattle or Bellevue; an ideal locale for the business commuter.

Golf enthusiasts will appreciate The Broadmoor Golf and Country Club, a private club located within the gated neighborhood of Broadmoor. Founded in 1924, it was designed by a leading golf architect of the time, A. Vernon “Mac” Macan, and has been host to numerous national tournaments over the years.

If tennis is your passion it’s always “love-love” on McGilvra Boulevard. The Seattle Tennis Club, a Seattle landmark since 1890, is set on roughly 8 acres and boasts stellar Lake Washington views. The Seattle Tennis Club offers its members 19 tennis courts, including 6 indoor and 3 clay courts, a fitness center, squash courts, locker rooms, several dining rooms, banquet facilities, pool, beach, boathouse and Pro Shop. To add to its prestige, the Washington State Open is held at their facility every year.

Jointly managed by the University of Washington and the City of Seattle, the Washington Park Arboretum is 230 acres of flora equaling 40,000 trees, shrubs and vines rarely seen anywhere else. Spanning all the way to the shores of Lake Washington, visitors flock to this popular mecca for hikes, picnics, canoeing, and kayaking. Spend your hours enjoying Japanese Gardens, designed by world-renowned Japanese garden designer Juki Iida in 1960. Whether you’re seeking an education in botany or a simple walk in the woods, this park does not disappoint.

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WEDGWOOD


Swimming, soccer fields, and the Wedgwood Broiler. Need we say more?

Wedgwood

Population 9,077

Named after the English bone china-maker, Wedgwood, the favorite of the wife of developer Albert (“Al”) Balch. Balch purchased the land, at one time a heavily wooded ginseng farm, from Seattle University, after they decided to remain at their current location. During World War II, he and his partner,  Maury Seitzer, built 500 homes on 40 acres, constituting the center of today’s Wedgwood neighborhood.

Wedgwood is considered a middle-class neighborhood, although it’s trending toward upper-class. Home sales are indicating more young families as the original owners reach the end of their lives and baby boomers retire.

The neighborhood itself offers grocery stores, independent shops, a few bars, and Seattle’s oldest P-Patch, which was created in the mid-1960’s. The Seattle Public Library Northeast Branch is the largest neighborhood brand and the second-busiest public library, second only to the Seattle Central Library. And, of course, we couldn’t talk about Wedgwood without mentioning the Wedgwood Broiler, a beloved icon of the Wedgwood community. This quintessential ‘50s American style restaurant and bar, originally named Sir Wedgwood, was built in 1965 and has been serving its loyal patrons ever since.

Dahl Playfield is a wonderful park that offers ballfields, soccer, play areas, and a wading pool. There is also the Wedgwood Swim Club, where children can be participate in the summer competitive swim team or simply enjoy the benefits of a pool on a hot, summer day. But sign up now, as there is a waiting list for this popular hot spot.

Wedgwood is near downtown Seattle and close to I-5 and 520, making the commute to the Eastside or downtown relatively painless .

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YARROW POINT


Extraordinary vistas of Lake Washington and the mountains, canopies of trees and its very own City Hall. 

Yarrow Point

Population 1,046

The luxury community of Yarrow Point lies on its own peninsula just north of Bellevue. One of the fabled Three Points on Lake Washington, (Evergreen Point and Hunts Point are the other points) Yarrow Point is surrounded by water on three sides with over 1/4 of its residents owning waterfront homes. This quiet little burg offers its 1000+ residents extraordinary vistas of Lake Washington and the mountains, canopies of trees and its very own City Hall.

Originally founded in the 1880’s, the town was formally incorporated in 1959 by citizens who took great care to ensure that Yarrow Point would retain its original charm and character. There’s an almost Nantucket feel to this sought-after locale, which ranks fifth in affluence, out of 522 areas in the state of Washington.

Although known for its tranquility, this close-knit community also knows how to kick up its heels. Their annual 4th of July celebration, shared with Hunts Point, lasts 4 days and features parades, outdoor movie nights, line dancing, fishing derbies, picnics, and, of course, plenty of fireworks.

The immensely popular Wetherill Nature Preserve, 16-acres of protected flora, was gifted to the towns of Yarrow Point and Hunts Point in 1988 by the Wetherill sisters in perpetuity, ensuring a present and future refuge for native birds and locals alike.

Of course, if water is your passion, you are a short distance to two well-known parks, Yarrow Point Beach Park, ideal for swimming, and the Yarrow Point Wetlands, which is best accessed by either a canoe or a kayak. And if you need a spot to park your boat, secure a slip at the Yarrow Bay Marina right around the corner.

As an added plus, Yarrow Points’ lack of thru streets also ensures a lack of traffic. However, if you’re jonesing for city life, you have downtown Bellevue, Kirkland and Seattle, three distinct and individual hot spots, right at your fingertips.

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