Medina Homes For Sale

The Golden Coast

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Located on the West end of Bellevue, and just across the lake from Seattle, Medina makes up a large part of the Lake Washington waterfront, while having just over 3,000 total residents. The Lake Washington waterfront in Medina is nicknamed “Medina’s Gold Coast”, and is some of the most-sought after waterfront in the Pacific Northwest.

Medina today is a small, very quiet, very private community. Medina’s schools are part of the larger City of Bellevue School District, which is one of the top ranking and award winning school districts in the nation. The City takes safety and security seriously, with highly visible police officers using current technology to create and maintain a safe small town community.
While the area around downtown Bellevue blossomed and attracted residents in the mid-1800s, the Medina region remained unpopulated. It was mostly used for berry farms so bountiful that a strawberry festival was held in the city every year. The first permanent settler in Medina itself came in the 1880s, and soon mansions and even a small business district were built. When the Lake Washington Ship Canal project dropped the water level by nine feet in 1917, lakefront residents found themselves with new beach property, earning Medina the nickname “the golden coast.” The sentiment pretty much extends to the whole neighborhood.
Simply put, Medina is picturesque and slow-paced. It’s located to the west of downtown Bellevue, which is close enough to take advantage of all of its amenities, yet far enough away that you get that great neighborhood feel. Businesses like Wells Medina Nursery keep landscaping pristine, and the Medina Grocery store near the beach provides a great place to pick up picnic supplies. The whole hillside slopes in such a way that views of Lake Washington and beyond are bountiful, and several parks are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood to best enjoy its beauty. And, even though residents may not be stoked about the changes being made to the 520 bridge, they can’t complain about the ease at which they can travel to different destinations around the Seattle area.


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