Northeast Bellevue is a neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington with a population of 21,558. Northeast Bellevue is in King County and is one of the best places to live in Washington. Living in Northeast Bellevue offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Northeast Bellevue there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Northeast Bellevue and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Northeast Bellevue are highly rated.
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Northeast Bellevue Rankings
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Northeast Bellevue Reviews
I would absolutely live here forever if I were not going to college out of state. I love the easy access to breathtaking natural landscapes, parks, hikes, views, and creeks that could not be had anywhere else. I practically live in the woods, up the street from a school. Shopping centers are plentiful. Schools are amazing: award winning and nationally recognized. Population demographics are diverse and the city is a melting pot of ideas, cultures, and tolerances. The climate is generally a reliable 50 degrees F, cool enough for a jacket, warm enough to go on a walk while you wear the jacket. The only downsides are that the "seattle freeze" is a real thing and that there are so many homeless and uncared-for people. It is heartbreaking. There are numerous programs that provide relief, but still so many end up on the streets. Otherwise, this area is the best.
The nature here is pretty diverse and exciting. There is a lot of green here and although I have not been to many other parts of the country, I think I could say this is a green place with many outdoor opportunities.
I feel safe in my neighborhood and surrounding area and I think I could say the same for most people here. I am not worried about walking alone or getting robbed and hearing about crimes is not something that happens often here.