THE HEART OF EAST BELLEVUE
In many ways, Crossroads is the focal point for entertainment, cultural exchange, shopping and community services for area residents. Crossroads Shopping Center is a hub of activity, featuring regular stage entertainment and special events. In addition, it hosts a seasonal Farmer’s Market, a popular ethnic food court and an activity area where local residents gather to play chess and other games.
Crossroads Park features a nine-hole golf course, a water park for children and a popular multipurpose park for everyday users. During the summer it hosts Bellevue’s annual Strawberry Festival. Stretching from Lake Sammamish to the Microsoft campus in Redmond, most of the neighborhoods were built in the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980’s. They reflect a woodsy character with such names as Sherwood Forest, Lakewood Park, Bretton Wood, Tam O’ Shanter and Ardmore. The neighborhood is home to three elementary schools; Ardmore Elementary, Sherwood Forest Elementary and Bennett Elementary, as well as, Interlake High School.
Top 5 Reasons to Buy a Home Here
|Bellevue School District is one of the states Top Rated School Districts.|
|Short commute to Microsoft & Redmond.|
|Crossroads Park offers a great place to play. Don't miss the park's water spray playground in the summer.|
|Some of the most affordable homes in all of Bellevue.|
|Home to Bellevue's most diverse range of retail options.|