Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods


Mercer Island (1)

Mercer Island, an island in the middle of Lake Washington, is suspended by Interstate 90 between the metropolitan hubs of Seattle and Bellevue. The island’s six square miles are home to about 22,000 residents…

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Bainbridge

Located in the center of the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Bainbridge Island, is just a 35 minute ferry ride away from Seattle offering unlimited employment opportunities…

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Medina

Seattle is a wonderful blend of cultures from around the world. With its glorious hills and views of mountains, lakes and the Puget Sound, there really is no other place like it…

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Bellevue

Bellevue is the fifth largest city in Washington, with a population of more than 126,000. It is the high-tech and retail center of King County’s Eastside, with more than 140,000 jobs and a skyline of high-rises..

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West Bellevue

South of Downtown Bellevue and nestled along the shores of Lake Washington, West Bellevue is a charming residential area where trees outnumber residents…

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Kirkland

Kirkland is located just across Lake Washington from Seattle, a short drive across the Highway 520 floating bridge…

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Redmond

Redmond is located between Washington’s dramatic Cascade mountain range and the Puget Sound, at the north end of Lake Sammamish, and only about fifteen miles east of Seattle…

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Issaquah

In 2011, Outside Magazine ranked Issaquah as one of America’s Top 20 Cities to Live in…”Fit Fun and Packed with Adventure”. Forbes.com ranked Issaquah the 2nd fastest-growing suburb in the state, and the 89th in the nation.

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Sammamish

Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is overlooking the pristine Lake Sammamish.  Sammamish offers the Seattle skyline and the Olympic Mountains to the West and the Cascade Mountains grandeur to the east…

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