Bellevue blends all the best of urban life and green space, earning its nickname “A City in a Park.”  With 2,500 acres reserved for parks, trails, there is much to do and always with a stellar view.  Rugged, open land on rolling hillsides interspersed with distinct neighborhoods, both new and established, with varied architecture and size, golf course communities, and large apartment complexes, Bellevue offers myriad choices for prospective residents.

Health care and high-tech complexes, as well as the expanding university and shopping destination of Bellevue Square, attract a diverse population to this town second only to Seattle in size and skyline profile.  Spend your days exploring the parks and trails, enjoying recreation on Lake Washington, or checking out the Bellevue Botanical Garden, Kidspace Children’s Museum, or the Bellevue Arts Museum, or take in a concert or live theatrical offering at the Meydenbauer Center.  Community events will keep your dance card full year-round at Wintergrass and Jazz and Blues festivals, as well as Bellevue Magic Season and Taste of Main.  There is always something to do, even if it is just taking in the spectacular views you can find on the hills of Bellevue, Washington.

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