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Clyde Hill

A few minutes away from the pristine waters of Lake Washington and nearby tech giants like Microsoft, you will find the small city of Clyde Hill. Mostly composed of residential properties and lined with evergreen trees, Clyde Hill offers prospective home buyers a lovely setting to enjoy the distinct Pacific Northwest lifestyle. Originally a farming community in the 19th century, Clyde Hill was incorporated as a town in 1953 during the population boom in the Seattle-Bellevue area. By 1998, it became a non-charter code city. Apart from two small commercial areas, there’s also a good selection of schools: Clyde Hills Elementary, Chinook Middle School, Bellevue Christian School, and Sacred Heart School.Rarely going below $3 million, homes in Clyde Hill are some of the most expensive in the area. The majority of the housing stock is composed of spacious single-family homes that are usually situated on half-acre lots.    

Top Attractions Around the neighborhood

  • Clyde Beach Park –This charming 2-acre park in Bellevue is one of many lakefront attractions that are just minutes away from Clyde Hill. Picnic areas, a playground, and a boathouse are on site. 
  • Overlake Golf and Country Club Frequented by socialites and the wealthy since 1927, Overlake borders Clyde Hill’s western side. This private golf club encompasses 132 acres and offers members and approved visitors a premium golfing experience. 
  • Downtown Bellevue –Less than five minutes away is Downtown Bellevue’s high-end stores and boutiques. Bellevue Square, The Bravern, and The Bellevue Village Center are some of the major retail spots in the area. 

Planning to purchase a home in Clyde Hill? Seek expert guidance from a local Realtor. Celeste Zarling is ready to help you find your dream home. Get in touch with her by phone  or  email


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