Classic 2 story home in enviable 40.5 neighborhood on West Lk Sammamish Bellevue. EZ Commute to work, play & shopping. Updated, Upgraded & Remodeled!! Master w/Ensuite Bath. Vaulted Dining Room & Living room w/Gas Log FP. Family room w/gas fireplace. Main Level all Hardwoods. Loft Office/Playspace w/Lake views. All baths remodeled. New paint in & out. New carpeting. Decks rebuilt with Trex. Just painted fence. Backyard has great playspace. Neighborhood park with BBall Hoop court. Superb Bellevue Schools.This beautiful 3 Bedroom Home in Bellevue, Washington is rich with features and amenities, making it a must-see property. Feel free to contact the listing agent Nancy Olmos below to arrange a showing.
West Lake Sammamish BellevueBellevue is the fifth largest city in Washington, with an estimated population of 140,700 (April 2017, Washington State's Office of Financial Management). Bellevue is the high-tech and retail center of the Eastside, with more than 150,000 jobs and a downtown skyline of gleaming high-rises.
With beautiful parks, top schools and a vibrant economy, Bellevue is routinely ranked among the best mid-sized cities in the country (Livability.com and 24/7 Wall Street).
While business booms downtown, much of Bellevue retains a small-town feel, with thriving, woodsy neighborhoods and a vast network of trails. With nearly 100 parks, Bellevue is known as "a city in a park." The city's crime rates are consistently low.
Retail options abound in Bellevue, while artists from around the country enter striking new works in the biennial Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition. Bellevue's agrarian traditions are celebrated in the spring and fall at popular fairs at the Kelsey Creek Farm Park. More than 300,000 people visit the downtown area the last weekend in July each year for arts and crafts fairs. For more details, check out the Visit Bellevue website.
The city spans more than 33 square miles between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish and is a short drive from the Cascade Mountains. People can kayak within sight of downtown in the Mercer Slough Nature Park, a 320-acre wetland preserve