Situated south of downtown Bellevue, just east of Interstate 405, is the quaint community of Woodridge. The Woodridge neighborhood consists of Woodridge Hill and Norwood Village. Creative design and thoughtful placement of homes throughout the post World War II community imbue Woodridge with distinct character, as well as spectacular views of Lake Washington, downtown Bellevue, and Seattle. Collectively, Woodridge Hill and Norwood Village account for four about percent of the city of Bellevue, Washington, with a population just over 5,000 residents.
Norwood Village was inspired and built by and for post World War II veterans. Woodridge Hill evolved as an extension of Norwood Village. Woodridge Hill and Norwood Village each offer a community pool, but are also in close proximity to the Woodridge Water Tower Park.
Homes in the Woodridge area have median values of $761,000. One room of a home may offer stunning views of the Seattle skyline while yet another room in the same house presents a view of woodlands. Woodridge is the perfect locale for nature-loving city-slickers.
In addition to the Woodridge Water Tower Park, the Woodridge community is home to Kelsey Creek Park, Norwood Village Park, Bannerwood Ballfield Park, and access to a 20-acre open space of upland forest enveloped in the Richards Valley Greenway.
At the top of the hill is Woodridge Elementary School, part of the Bellevue School District in King County. Woodridge Elementary School was completely rebuilt in 2007 and is acclaimed as one of the best elementary schools in Bellevue.
Quiet streets adorned with moderately comfortable homes encompass 1.514 square miles known as Woodridge. The average annual income for households in Woodridge are around $86,789.
Although the Woodridge neighborhoods of Woodridge Hill and Norwood Village offer their own unique community vibe, the area’s proximity to downtown and freeway access make it convenient to access a variety of resources including shops, restaurants, and recreation.
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