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The Bridle Trails neighborhood of Bellevue is located to the north of Hwy 520, and to the east of Interstate 405. Below you will find the newest Bridle Trails homes for sale in Bellevue. Residents of the Bridle Trails area have quick access to downtown Bellevue, and a fairly easy commute to Downtown Seattle, via the Hwy 520 floating bridge. Nearby Bridle Trails State Park, the Bellevue Golf Course and Taylor Fields provide ample outdoor recreational opportunities - in additional of course, to Lake Washington just to the west. Subdivisions within Bridle Trails include Cantershire, Stoneybrook, Compton Glen, Compton Green, Winchester Estates, Darby Lane, Pikes Peak and Canterwood Estates. More about Bridle Trails
Due to it's prized location, Bridle Trails has consistently been a very popular community for several decades. It seems that no matter the status of the real estate market, homes for sale in the Bridle Trails area do not say on the market for very long - especially if the home has been updated or renovated. In fact, in recent times, over 2/3rds of the homes listed for sale under the 1 million price point, were active on the market only 3 weeks or less, with many selling in only a matter of a few days - and possibly a few hours.
Home prices in Bridle Trails are typically higher than other nearby areas, due to the location and lot sizes. Listing prices typically range from the low $700's, and quickly rise in the millions for luxury homes, custom homes and multi-acre estates. Home buyers need to be prepared for a fast-paced market here, as it's very common for homes in Bridle Trails to have multiple offers.
Bridle Trails is served by both the Bellevue School District & Lake Washington School District. Schools in the area include Cherry Crest & Franklin Elementary Schools, Odle Middle and Rose Hill Junior High, and Sammamish Senior & Lake Washington High Schools. Home buyers should always verify with the school district directly regarding attendance boundaries, which are subject to change.