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If you were to look at a map, Clyde Hill appears to have three fields. Chinook Middle School Track in 96th Ave NE (Soccer field), Toffee Hill in 96th Ave NE, and Clyde Hill Elementary Dirt Field (Athletic field). The nearest shops and restaurants are located on Bellevue Way NE near Northtowne Park and located east of Clyde Hill. They have North Towne Shopping Center (a shopping mall near the gas station Chevron), Sushi In Joy (Sushi restaurant), European Shoe Repair (Shoe repair shop), The Brief Encounter Cafe (breakfast restaurant), QFC (grocery store), Starbucks (coffee shop), and In Pizza We Crust (pizza takeaway). There are shops and restaurants located on Bellevue Way NE near Downtown Park and located south of Clyde Hill like Safeway (Grocery store), Bellevue Plaza (shopping mall), west elm (Furniture store), Nordstrom (Department store in Bellevue Square)), Allen Edmonds (shoe store in Bellevue Square), Duke’s Seafood (offering seafood dishes and raw oysters), Castilla Restaurant and Tapas Bar (serving Spanish paella, tapas, and wines), and 13 Coins Bellevue (American restaurant). The nearest beach is in Clyde Beach Park, it has beach access, picnic areas, play areas, and a boathouse.
The schools in this neighborhood are Sacred Heart School in NE 14th St, Bellevue Christian School in 98th Ave NE, Chinook Middle School in 98th Ave NE, and Clyde Hill Elementary School in NE 24th St. Other schools near Clyde Hill are Eastside Academy in 100th Ave NE located near Bellevue Christian School, The Eastside Montessori School in 108th Ave NE, Cedar Crest Academy - Bellewood in 112th Ave NE, Bellevue Montessori School in 112th Ave NE, St. Thomas School in NE 12th St located near Medina Park, Medina Elementary School in NE 8th St, and Bellevue Christian School - Three Points Elementary in NE 28th St. And if you're looking for libraries, there are libraries such as Bellevue Public Library in 110th Ave NE located east of Ashwood Playfield, and Little Free Library in NE 5th St (located northwest of Downtown Park). Homes in the Clyde Hill area have recently sold for between $1.1 million and $5 million. To see today's real estate listings in Clyde Hill, Bellevue, please click the link below.
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Clyde Hill homes usually range in price from $600,000-$2,500,000. The Clyde Hill neighborhood in Bellevue is popular for its access to great schools, beautiful surroundings, and a strong job market. Bellevue and its neighboring cities are home to some of the world's most famous companies including Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon, Starbucks, Costco, Paccar, and Expeditors International. Clyde Hill and its surrounding areas offer what great companies' employees desire in a work and home environment.
Clyde Hill is a city located in King County, Washington. It is part of the Eastside region, located to the east of Seattle, and is bordered by the cities and towns of Bellevue, Kirkland, Medina, Yarrow Point and Hunts Point. The population was 2,984 at the 2010 census.
Based on per capita income, Clyde Hill ranks 4th of 522 areas in the state of Washington to be ranked. It was listed as the most affluent town in Washington State by Slate.
Clyde Hill is also ranked 10th in the United States for most landscapers hired per square mile, at about 1,000 households per mile.
The majority of Clyde Hill is zoned for single-family use with the exception of two commercially zoned areas: a gas station and a coffee shop. In addition to a small government zone, the City is home to four schools: two public schools - Clyde Hill Elementary and Chinook Middle School; and two private schools: Bellevue Christian School and Sacred Heart School. The City's minimum lot size is 20,000 square feet, although many smaller lots exist that pre-date the incorporation of the City.
Clyde Hill is located at 47°37′49″N 122°13′0″W (47.630171, -122.216559).
The top elevation is close to 375 feet. There are approximately 21 miles of public roadway that make Clyde Hill very centrally located within the Seattle - Bellevue metro area.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.06 square miles (2.75 km2), all of it land.
Between 1946 and 1948, J. Gordon and Mary Schneidler subdivided and sold more than a dozen lots in a five-acre subdivision in Clyde Hill. Each deed of sale included the following restriction: "This property shall not be resold, leased, rented or occupied except to or by persons of the Aryan race." Why the Schneidlers used the term "Aryan race" is unclear. That racial concept usually meant northern Europeans as distinct from eastern and southern Europeans. The Aryans-only restriction thus would have excluded Italians, Greeks, Poles, Russians, and many other European ancestries as well as Jews and all non Europeans.
In response to the community's desire to control land use development such as lot size and commercial zoning, Clyde Hill was officially incorporated as a Town on March 31, 1953. On November 10, 1998, the Council voted to organize Clyde Hill as a non-charter Code City.
In 1953 area residents voted to become an incorporated Town by a vote of 145 to 117. Ken Day defeated Don Clark for the first Clyde Hill Mayors position, 91 to 58. All initial Councilmembers were elected on write-in votes.
The first elected Councilmembers were: F. Lee Campbell, - Robert W. Glueck, - P.A. Jacobsen, Leslie M. Rudy and A.C. Thompson Sr.
John Woodin became the Town's first Treasurer. Ken Day appointed Priscilla Alden Townsend as Police Judge and Roger Bryan as Marshall.
The 1975 Mayoral election in Clyde Hill brought with it suspense and the national media. The two candidates, the incumbent Liberino "Lib" Tufarolo and Miles Nelson finished the election in an even tie. The contest was ultimately decided by a coin toss, with Nelson unseating the incumbent as national and local media looked on.
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