Crossroads Homes For Sale, Bellevue WA
Crossroads in Bellevue has two parks, Bellevue Highlands Park (a park with a skateboarding area, picnic tables, tennis courts, a playground, restrooms, a baseball field, and a softball field), and Crossroads Park in NE 8th St (a park that is good for large gatherings. It has a large picnic shelter, two small picnic shelters, a skate bowl, tennis courts, a playground, a golf course, basketball courts, large fields for games, and restrooms).
Schools near Bellevue Highlands Park are Early World Children's School in Bel-Red Rd (preschool), Da Vinci Children's Center in NE 21st St #3719, KLA School Of Bellevue in NE 20th St, and The Goddard School of Bellevue in NE 20th St Suite 250. Other schools in Crossroads are Highland Christian School in Bel-Red Rd, Highland Middle in Bel-Red Rd, Robokids Bellevue in NE 8th St, Odle Middle School in 143rd Ave NE, Stevenson Elementary School in NE 8th St, Montessori International School of Bellevue in NE 8th St, and Asia Pacific Language school in NE 8th St 1st Fl.
There are many shops and restaurants on the east side of Bellevue Highlands Park such as Ross Dress for Less in NE 20th St (Clothing store), Plato's Closet in NE 20th St D (Clothing store), Asian Family Market Bellevue in NE 20th St (Asian grocery store), Bellevue Marketplace in NE 20th St (Shopping mall), IHOP in NE 20th St (restaurant serving American breakfast and a variety of pancakes and located near ARCO gas station), ampm convenience store in 14650 Bel-Red Rd, India Supermarket in NE 20th St (Indian grocery store), and MOD Pizza in NE 20th St (fast food restaurant). On the northeast of Bellevue Highlands Park, there's PAVO云炉 in NE 20th St suite a&b (Chinese noodle restaurant), Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ in NE 20th St #2 (Japanese restaurant), Dough Zone™ Dumpling House-Overlake in NE 24th St #4b (Dumpling restaurant), and Fred Meyer in 148th Ave NE (Grocery store).
And on the west side of Bellevue Highlands Park, there's Wholewood Seattle Cabinetry in NE 20th St Ste C (Cabinet store), Apple Tree Plaza in NE 20th St (Shopping mall), McDonald's in NE 20th St, Frying Fish in 140th Ave NE #2347 (Chinese restaurant), Puetz Golf Bellevue Superstore in 140th Ave NE B13 (Sporting goods store), Safeway in 140th Ave NE (Grocery store), Staples in 140th Ave NE Suite A4 Suite A4 (Office supply store), Applebee's Grill + Bar in Bel-Red Rd located near Safeway Fuel Station, and Liuyishou Hotpot restaurant in 140th Ave NE. Homes in the Crossroads area have recently sold for between $645k and $2.4 million. To see today's real estate listings in Crossroads, Bellevue, please click the link below.
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Crossroads Homes in Bellevue, WA
Crossroads homes usually range in price from $100,000-$400,000. The Crossroads 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. Crossroads and its surrounding areas offer what great companies' employees desire in a work and home environment.
Crossroads is a neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington. It is situated in the north and eastern portion of the city, lying south of Bellevue-Redmond Road, east of Bellevue's Wilburton neighborhood, and north of Lake Hills.
The Crossroads area was originally referred to as "Highlands". During the latter half of the 1800s and into the early twentieth century, its land was largely used for timber harvesting. By the 1920s, farming had taken hold in the present-day Crossroads and Lake Hills areas, much of it conducted by Japanese immigrants. This agricultural activity was abruptly curtailed following the Japanese American Internment in 1942, and the farmland was quickly replaced by suburban housing during the post-war years. The Crossroads area was annexed by Bellevue in 1964.
Crossroads Park on NE 8th Street, east of the Crossroads Shopping Center.
The Crossroads Shopping Center opened in 1962, and following revitalization efforts by Ron Sher starting in 1988, now serves as a vibrant unofficial community center. By the early 2000s, Crossroads had become the second-most densely populated area of Bellevue, following the downtown area. The Non-white minority population in the Crossroads neighborhood exceeded 60 percent by 2010.
West entrance to the Crossroads Shopping Center.
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