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Bellevue, WA Neighborhood Information
Located on the doorstep of metro Seattle, between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, Bellevue offers a lively mix of small town charm and verdant natural surroundings. Here, you can experience a home filled with comfort and a career loaded with possibility. While the area has a thriving small-business scene, it’s also accessible to larger companies like T-Mobile and Microsoft. After a long day hiking the many surrounding trails, make sure to treat yourself at one of the area’s exciting bars and restaurants. If you want a well-rounded lifestyle, Bellevue is the place to find it.
Shop ‘til you drop at Bellevue Square, with more than 200 shops and many options for fine dining.
Explore Mercer Slough Nature Park, Lake Washington’s largest remaining wetland, containing more than 170 species of wildlife.
Open each Thursday, the Bellevue Farmers Market features a unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits, vegetables, flowers, and meats.
Newcastle Beach Park is a recreational waterfront area on Lake Washington perfect for the warm summer months.
Bellevue Botanical Garden consists of woodlands and wetlands and hosts seasonal festivities, art exhibits, and concerts.
Stop into nearby Dilettante Mocha Café for a delicious coffee break or light lunch.
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