Bellevue Homes & Real Estate
Search the newest Bellevue, WA homes for sale & real estate below! Bellevue is a city in Washington with more than 144,000 residents that features both natural beauty and an urban lifestyle. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Bellevue properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Bellevue real estate.
Homes for Sale in Bellevue WA
Listing information last updated on January 19, 2022 at 8:15 PM PST.
Bellevue Real Estate Search
The Bellevue home listings on this page are updated several times per day with information from the Bellevue, Washington MLS.
Every Bellevue MLS listing features important details entered by the listing agent, such as property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, and construction type.
Review local Bellevue property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). Many properties have features such as greenbelt locations and swimming pools, and these will be listed with Bellevue community amenities such as golf courses and parks.
Bellevue Real Estate Market
Bellevue consists of a variety of different neighborhoods, making it so homebuyers can easily choose an individual subdivision that offers the lifestyle and amenities they seek. Some of Bellevue's most popular neighborhoods include Enatai, Somerset, Downtown, Lakemont, and Newport Hills.
Home on the real estate market here includes detached, single-family homes, townhouses, and condominiums. Interested buyers can also choose to build a new construction home since empty lots are abundant. Home prices range from approximately $250,000 to $17 million and up.
Bellevue Community Amenities
The Bellevue neighborhoods offer residents numerous amenities. For shopping options, there's Bellevue Square, The Shops at The Bravern, Factoria Mall, Crossroads Mall, and the Overlake Shopping District. These major shopping centers and other commercial areas are found throughout the city where residents can obtain the products and services they need for daily life. The downtown area also offers many fine and casual dining options; coffee shops, entertainment, theatres, museums, and more. Bellevue's downtown area is highly walkable.
The city offers numerous parks, beaches, and outdoor recreational opportunities, including hiking, biking, swimming, and even whale watching. Golf is a popular pastime here, and Bellevue hosts several highly-rated courses, including the Golf Club at Newcastle, Bellevue Golf Course, and Crossroads Par-3 Course. Residents looking for a faster-paced experience can opt to visit the Bellevue Zip Tour and try out one or more of its 6.5 zip lines which range from 70 to 450 feet.
Many major employers are located in and around Bellevue, offering residents many career options. Employers with a large presence in the city include Microsoft, T-Mobile, Amazon, Overlake Hospital, Bellevue School District, City of Bellevue, Bellevue College, Concur, Salesforce, Symetra Financial, eBay, and Google, to name a few. Most people commute to work. However, a growing number also telecommute or own and operate small businesses from their homes.
Bellevue is also just a quick 15-minute drive away from Seattle and all of the amenities and employment opportunities in its neighboring cities.
Bellevue Local Highlights
- Foodies appreciate the diversity of restaurant options situated throughout the city; they enjoy cuisines from around the world.
- Outdoor enthusiasts love how Bellevue offers more than 80 miles of trails and 100+ public parks, including access to the Cascade Mountains, where waterfalls and lakes can be found.
- Residents can choose from seven free beaches on Lake Washington.
- The Bellevue Botanical Gardens is free to visitors and offers more than a dozen beautiful gardens.
- Bellevue has a thriving arts scene, including the Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellweather arts experience, Wintergrass music festival, and the annual Jazz Festival.
- The Bellevue Downtown Park is a charming, green, 21-acre space that offers both nature and art with a beautiful city skyline background. The Fourth of July brings fireworks to this popular park.
- The KidsQuest Children's Museum features a two-story Atrium Climber, along with several interactive exhibits.
- Snowflake Lane offers residents a festive experience every December.
Bellevue School Information
Bellevue neighborhoods fall within the boundaries of the Bellevue School District or the Lake Washington School District. Students will attend a school based on their residential address, but other factors may apply to determine individual schools for student attendance. Many students also attend one of the several private school options located in Bellevue.
People who live in Bellevue appreciate its urban-suburban mix feel which offers them the diverse lifestyle and experience they seek. In Bellevue, there is a good chance there is a neighborhood for every lifestyle preference.
Bellevue, WA Real Estate Agents
Interested in buying a home in Bellevue? Allow our Bellevue real estate experts to guide you when purchasing your new Bellevue property or the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Bellevue, Washington real estate market's unique dynamics.
Contact Rexmont Real Estate to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Thinking of selling your home in today's Bellevue, WA real estate market? Head to our market analysis page to receive a free property evaluation instantly!
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