Redmond, WA: Fun Town Charm, Big City Fun
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 1:12PM
Bonnie Beddall

We’re proud to announce the sale of this beautiful custom home in Redmond, WA.

The lucky buyer can now enjoy four bedrooms, three baths, and maple wood floors inside a spectacularly designed custom built Chaffey home on scenic Elm Tree Lane. Best of all, they’ll be living in one of the best neighborhoods in the wonderful city of Redmond.

 

Are you looking for a home in the Redmond area? If so, you’ll find our current listings here. If you’re trying to decide if the city is right for you, read on to learn some more about this unique Washington city.

About Redmond

Redmond is just east of Seattle. With a population of only about 50,000, it’s a small city but with plenty of big city activities, both indoor and out. And with Seattle just a few miles away, residents can experience everything that a major metropolitan city has to offer. The city is bordered by Sammamish, Bellevue, and Kirkland. Its downtown is near Lake Sammamish and intersected by the Sammamish River. The entire area is known for its beautiful forests.

Redmond also features over one thousand acres of public parks, including Marymoor Park, which includes an expansive off-leash area for dogs. Redmond, though, is probably best known as the home to both Microsoft and Nintendo of America and several other notable tech companies. As such, Redmond’s job market is thriving.

Outdoor Activities

Redmond is known for its natural beauty and abundance of outdoor activities. It’s heaven for cyclist enthusiasts; the city has several annual bike races, tons of bike paths, and Washington’s only velodomeIf you are a wine enthusiast, you’ll love the numerous nearby wineries. The city also puts on outdoor movies and concerts every summer. And you’ll be able to stock up on locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at the Saturday Farmer’s Market.


For a full schedule of events in Redmond, check out this calendarIf you have any more questions about Redmond or the Seattle area’s real estate market, give David Bell a call at (206) 283-9100.

 

Article originally appeared on Seattle's Best Real Estate (http://seattlesbestrealestate.com/).
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