October 20, 2021 — Bellevue real estate market at a glance:
|30 Houses||35 Condos||16 Parcels|
|For Sale Stats|
|Median values from the 30 single family homes for sale in Bellevue WA.|
|Median values for the 867 single family Bellevue homes closed in the last 6 months.|
12% of the residential market
Months of Supply
This indicates a severe seller's market with upward pressure on pricing.
Bellevue is a popular and growing city, known for its large, downtown retail center, bustling tech scene and large, luxury homes. Many move to Bellevue to be close to work, but also to enjoy a slightly smaller city feel than neighboring Seattle.
Bellevue is a city on the east side of Lake Washington, about 10 miles east of downtown Seattle. It is bordered by Medina and Clyde Hill to the west, Kirkland and Redmond to the north, Sammamish to the east and Newcastle and Issaquah to the south.
Bellevue homes and lots tend to be bigger than their Seattle counterparts. In more suburban neighborhoods, homes are often situated on quiet streets or cul-de-sacs. Some even overlook beautiful Lake Sammamish. Houses built in the 60s, 70s and 80s are interspersed with brand new homes.
There tend to be more condos and townhouses closer to the city center.
Single Family Homes
Please see our Bellevue listings page for updates on a daily basis.
Downtown Bellevue has many, high-rise condos. For instance, Bellevue Towers Condo is a two-tower complex with over 500 units. The Leed certified building also has four retail units at its base and eight levels of underground parking.
One88 Condo is another great condo in downtown Bellevue. This 21-story, modern building complete with an indoor pool, a roof terrace and a private dining room.
Situated just next to Bellevue Square Mall, One Lincoln Tower is a downtown Bellevue condo with 22 stories and 148 units. Built in 2005, the building boasts modern finishes, a fitness center, a lounge for residents and a spa.
Washington Square Towers is a 24-story condo with 377 units. The building has spacious, timeless interiors, as well as a resident's lounge, a concierge and a gym and spa.
In more suburban neighborhoods, condos tend to be well-established, spacious and quiet.
Please see Bellevue condos for more information on condos and complexes in Bellevue.
There are a substantial number of new homes built in Bellevue each year. The majority of recently built homes on the market include townhomes and condos, though there are a handful of single-family homes available, as well.
New Construction Single Family Homes
New Construction Condos
Please see our Bellevue new homes page for updates on a daily basis.
Bellevue is served by the Bellevue School District. Though there are many elementary schools in the district, a few include:
Public middle schools include:
Bellevue residents will go on to attend one of the following high schools:
Bellevue also has many private schools for kids of all ages. These include:
In the lively city of Bellevue, there is no shortage of activities and destinations to entertain residents and visitors. Bellevue Downtown Park has an elaborate playground and water play area, as well as a half-mile promenade and a large moat. Just a few blocks away at the Bellevue Botanical Garden visitors can enjoy luscious and colorful gardens and wetlands, filled with plants native to the Pacific Northwest.
Another great activity is a visit Marymoor Park, a 640-acre park, that often serves as an outdoor concert venue for some of the most famous musical acts visiting the Greater Seattle Area.
The Bellevue Arts Museum (or BAM) also has fun activities year round. Located in downtown Bellevue, the museum is filled with modern sculptures and masterpieces that will keep guests entertained for hours. The museum also offers children, teen and adult art courses throughout the year.
Bellevue has several major shopping centers, including:
Bellevue also has a variety of highly-rated restaurants. These include:
Major freeways, I-405, I-90, and I-520 all run through Bellevue, providing easy access to nearby suburbs, as well as downtown Seattle and the University of Washington.
There are also many public transportation options to and from Bellevue. The RapidRide B Line takes passengers from downtown Bellevue to Redmond. Sound Transit Route 550 travels from Bellevue to downtown Seattle and King County Metro Route 271 takes passengers from downtown Bellevue to the University of Washington.
People from all over western Washington travel to hike Cougar Mountain, a popular section of the Issaquah Alps Range. Just 15 minutes from downtown Bellevue, other hikes in this and surrounding ranges are a popular activity for those living in Bellevue and in other eastside cities.
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