Clyde Hill is a park-like community with grand evergreens and iconic Pacific Northwest foliage.
In September of 2012, a small community in Greater Eastside garnered some big attention. The community, Clyde Hill, was featured in a national story on “Best Places to Live for Suburbanites.” The article profiled 11 cities across the U.S. that embody the quality of life most sought by those living in the suburbs. The cities were judged based on percentage of home ownership, quality of schools, and access to important amenities such as gas stations and grocery stores. Clyde Hill ranked very high in all 3 categories.
Tucked just in from the prized waterfront on the Greater Eastside the Four Points, Clyde Hill is a park-like community with grand evergreens and iconic Pacific Northwest foliage. Residents of this enclave enjoy easy access to downtown Bellevue, the floating bridge to Seattle, the growing Eastside tech corridor, and award-winning schools. With its ideal location and views of the lake and mountains, it is no surprise that Clyde Hill has long served as a haven for some of the state’s most notable residents, including top CEOs, notable businesspeople, athletes, artists and more.
Homes in Clyde Hill are desired not just for their location, but also for their quality and lot size, which by city ordinance, must be a minimum of 20,000 square feet. Though the area is too small to house its own park system, recreation may be found nearby at the Overlake Golf & Country Club, Medina Park, the waterfront of the “Four Points” or in nearby Downtown Bellevue.