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Bridle Trails

Living in Bridle Trails, Bellevue

Moving to Bridle Trails, WA is an opportunity to be close to nature as well as live in one of the best neighborhoods in the Bellevue, Washington area and the state. Its population numbers approximately 5,600 residents. Bridle Trails has a feeling that is a mix of urban and suburban, and horse properties are common.

Bellevue WA

Living in Bellevue Washington puts you across the lake from Seattle. It is one of the best places to live in the state of Washington and has neighborhoods that are more upscale than Seattle. Bellevue is considered the high-tech and retail center of the Eastside and has a vibrant economy.

The Community

Top schools in Bridle Trails make it easy for young professionals who live here; schools are highly rated with an A+ rating. Your children might attend Cherry Crest Elementary School, Odle Middle School and Sammamish High School.

As far as the walk score for Bridle Trails, you’ll need a car, as it is rated a 25. Public transit in Bridle Trails can take you to some destinations but having a car is important. The neighborhood does not have many bike lanes. Your commute in Bridle Trails is best done by car.

Shopping in Bridle Trails can be done locally, but Bellevue is a better choice. There are about 60 restaurants in Bridle Trails, so you can dine close to home.

Outdoor Activities Bridle Trails

Recreation in Bridle Trails might include learning more about the history of Bridle Trails. Explore Bellevue history as well. Hike Bridle Trails to enjoy its verdant surroundings. The neighborhood centers around residential properties with pastures; you’ll also explore horse trails in Bridle Trails. Although not all those living here have horses, residents do enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Bridal Trails. Compton Green, Cherry Crest, Bellemead, Pikes Peak, Compton Trails and Trails End are part of the surrounding neighborhoods that comprise Bridal Trails.

Bridle Trails State Park

There are abundant horse trails in this Washington State Park. There are arenas for horse shows, and visitors may take rides on the trails. The 489-acre day-use park has 28 miles of trails that welcomes visitors, equestrians and hikers.

Homes For Sale in Bridle Trails

The median home value in the Bridle Trails Neighborhood is $651,834. You’ll find renters as well as owners here, with the median rent being $1886 per month.

Matt Steel at Steel Realty Group, a top agent for Bridle Trails, might help you find a home for sale in Bridle Trails. Other sources for real estate in Bridle Trails include Intext Staging and homes for sale.

You can find out more with a Bellevue neighborhoods map. Nearby homes and rentals in Bellevue WA or the City of Bellevue are available. You’ll also find an assortment of condos for sale in Bellevue WA.

Homes for sale in Bellevue WA might include areas near the downtown Bellevue Park. Learn more about the Bellevue real estate market and Bellevue news before you move to Bridle Trails so that you can find the best home for your family, either in Bellevue and Bridle Trails. You might find a great home in 98005 or 98007.

Properties in Bridle Trails

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Bridle Trails Schools

Learn more about schools near Bridle Trails complete with ratings and contact information.

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425-456-4900
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425-456-6200
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425-456-4149
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425-456-4900
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425-456-6500
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425-456-6200
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425-456-4149
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425-373-5437
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425-456-6500
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425-456-4149
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425-456-6500
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425-456-4149
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The Best in Bridle Trails

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