East of I-405 within the city limits of Bellevue is a community built on a plateau between Coal Creek and magnificent Lake Washington–Newport Hills. A protected green area borders the community on the west, and a 140-acre Coal Creek Natural Area on the east. Newport Hills used to be a migration corridor for wildlife and a salmon spawning site. The established neighborhoods now have been going strong for more than two or three decades. You’ll find a strong sense of community here, with residents actively participating in their long-standing neighborhood association.
The Newport Hills shopping center meets most of the daily needs of residents, and a community park with sports fields and playground equipment, as well as the Coal Creek trail system, provides recreation for all ages. The Newport Swim and Tennis Club is a great indoor/outdoor facility with year-round activities and lessons for kids. Excellent schools in the area are nationally ranked, and Bellevue’s upscale shopping, dining and entertainment is just a short drive away.
Distinct neighborhoods offer a variety of single-family and multi-family dwellings, some with generous open spaces and greenbelt views. You’ll find diversity and variety in Newport Hills. If you are searching for a view home near Lake Washington, a place with easy freeway access to Seattle and Bellevue, or an established neighborhood with mature landscaping, Newport Hills is a great fit for you.