Woodinville is considered the “village” within the city.  While only 17 miles northeast of Seattle, Woodinville peacefully beckons with its wide open spaces, equestrian properties, and wineries.  Ideally located between 2 major high tech areas to the north and south (home of Microsoft), it provides close proximity to businesses and  technology industries.  The exemplary Northshore School District services Woodinville and Bothell.

Woodinville has become the epicenter of Washington wineries, making this a great town for those who enjoy not only drinking wine but experiencing the process in which it is created as well. Woodinville’s community is also flourishing with restaurants, retail centers and other business amenities giving it the feel of a larger city. However, with a population under ten thousand, Woodinville is still a small town with all the charm that comes with it. In fact one of the mottos of Woodinville is “Country living, city style.” Lying within King County, Woodinville is easily accessible to Seattle and Bellevue. With many fine schools serviced by the Northshore School District, Woodinville is a fine place for families, or anyone looking for a big city feel in a small town.

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Kirkland is located just east of Seattle, north of Bellevue, right on the eastern shores of Lake Washington.  It is one of the booming Eastside communities, known for its beautiful waterfront parks and lovely vistas.  The downtown core is situated on Lake Washington; its galleries, shops, and restaurants provide an “artsy” village ambience.   One of the top school districts in the state, Lake Washington School District, services both Kirkland and Redmond.

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Redmond is ideally located just east of Seattle, in the heart of what is know as the Greater Eastside.  Home of Microsoft, Redmond is at the center of the high tech industry in the state of Washington.  With its economic base and strong school system, Redmond has a lot to offer families looking for a wonderful community in which to live.  Lake Washington School District is one of the largest and top school districts in the state.

The community of Redmond has managed to keep its small-town feel, combining the best of semi-rural life with the convenience of suburban living. The sense of country charm is matched by the best of big city amenities. There is plenty to see and do in Redmond, with live theatre, music and film, and places to shop, stay and dine. Nicknamed the “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest,” Redmond has over 25 miles of scenic trails for hiking and biking and lots of green space, with 34 parks including 640-acre Marymoor Park. Particularly family-friendly, the area offers exceptional schools, community events and many seasonal activities.

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Bellevue is located on 31 miles of rolling landscape between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish and is the perfect place to find spectacular scenic views. To the North you will find majestic Mount Baker, while to the South, Mount Rainier dominates the horizon. To the East are views of the snow-capped Cascade Mountain range, and to the West lie the Olympic Mountains. Eastside neighbors include Yarrow Point, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Beaux Arts, Medina, Kirkland, Bothell, Newcastle, Redmond, Issaquah, Woodinville and Sammamish. And nearby Seattle is accessible by two floating highway bridges across Lake Washington. Bellevue has earned its reputation as an ideal city, and in spite of a higher regional cost index than the national average, Bellevue remains an affordable place to live. It is a microcosm of the best of the best that people look for in a place to live and work.

Bellevue is Washington’s fifth largest city, population 117,000.  A prosperous city, it has evolved from a Seattle bedroom community to an economic and cultural hub in its own right.  The largest retail and business center on the Eastside, Bellevue also maintains safe, comfortable family neighborhoods.  Like the other Eastside communities, Bellevue is also known for its widely acclaimed school district.

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Bothell is a family friendly community conveniently located near the intersection of the I-5 and I-405 freeways, giving it access to nearby Seattle, Bellevue and Everett. This charming city provides many activities—whether you enjoy strolling along the Sammamish River Trail, viewing public art shows, or going to the local performing arts center. Its historic downtown area features parks, rivers and trails, restaurants, retail shops, florists and galleries. Bothell’s central location makes it easy to take in a day trip to the coast, the mountains, or downtown Seattle attractions.

The charming city of Bothell is located just 12 miles northeast of Seattle.  Incorporated in 1909, Bothell is conveniently located near the business areas of Seattle as well as the high tech corridor on the Greater Eastside.  Neighboring communities include Woodinville, Kenmore, and Mill Creek.  Bothell is a family friendly community with its historic downtown featuring parks, bike trails, shops and galleries.  The Northshore School District is highly acclaimed and one of the top districts in the state.

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