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Bellevue

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Bellevue

Seattle real estate has changed drastically in the last twenty years. And across Lake Washington, Bellevue’s real estate has been utterly transformed. Bellevue is the third largest city in the Seattle metropolitan area. Situated on the eastside of King County, this city promotes itself as a diverse and global city. You’ll find some of the world’s most innovative technology companies based there, too. Bellevue luxury shopping and the condo market really boomed in the last decade as well. But Bellevue has a long history of its own, and plenty of cool, unique spots beyond the mall experience at Bellevue Square. And with light rail running east and west soon, Bellevue will feel less isolated than ever for both commuters and folks who just want a day trip for dining, art, and shopping.

AVERAGE COST

$750K

Condos

$2.7M

Houses

PHOTOS

OUR FAVORITES SPOTS

This is a fantastic place to find totally unique gifts, small art objects and jewelry from local artists and designers.
A little bit of Europe in Oldtown Bellevue.
Gorgeous year-round, the gardens comprise 53 acres of restored woodlands, natural wetlands and cultivated beds and groves.
A relaxed, homey and independently owned cafe, serving healthy bistro fare and breakfast bites and bowls all day.
Cantinetta’s famous housemade pastas and seasonal delicacies came to Bellevue from Wallingford in 2011 and it’s still packed nightly.

types of home Available

Condos

Houses

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Recent Listings

SOLD! $970,000

14% above list in 3 days

6340 121st Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98006
3
1.75
2,120
DivaLux, Sold

SOLD! for $987,500

in 1 days

2601 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE
Bellevue, WA 98008
3
2.25
1,820