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Redmond is a suburban city located on the Eastside (meaning east of Lake Washington), just north of State Route 520. It is just north of Lake Sammamish and east of Kirkland. It is in King County and has a population of just over 51,000. Like many of the other Eastside cities such as Bellevue and Kirkland, Redmond is known for its affluence. Redmond is a scenic city, with many of the residential neighborhoods built amongst the natural coniferous trees. Redmond has earned the nickname, "Bicycle Capital" of the Northwest, due to the large number of bike trails, including the 27-mile Burke Gilman Trail, which runs through Redmond. Redmonds affluent reputation is likely credited to the fact that it is home to two major corporations: Microsoft and Nintendo of America. Both of these companies provide a number of jobs both residents and commuters. Redmond is also a reasonable commuting distance to Bellevue and Seattle. Redmond is a part of the Lake Washington Public School District and has one high school, three junior high schools and nine elementary schools. There are also a number of private schools located in Redmond. Its central location, along with all of the recreation and employment opportunities make Redmond an outstanding place to live.

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Redmond Real Estate and Community Information:

Living in Redmond one thing is for sure: you will never be bored. No matter what types of activities you like, Redmond is sure to have something of interest. Redmond has a historic downtown, with a number of independent businesses frequented by shoppers. The historic downtown blends seamlessly into the modern shopping district, exemplified by Redmond Town Center. Here, one can find shopping, dining and entertainment of all sorts. Its outdoor set-up makes for a unique shopping experience. With over 100 stores such as Anne Taylor, Eddie Bauer and REI, Redmond Town Center has something to please everyone. A number of restaurants are also on-site, so there is always somewhere to take a break from shopping. If youre looking for a less fast-paced way to spend a day, Redmond is still the place. With 23 parks in the city, there is sure to be one to fit your likes. Grass Lawn Park has everything a park needs, with sport courts and fields, a childs play area, walking trails and picnic spots. The popular Marymoor Park has all the typical park amenities, as well as a bicycle racing track, dog off-leash area and a climbing wall. Marymoor Park is also home to several musical events over the year. Radio stations such as The Mountain and The End host annual concert series there, and bands such as Los Lonely Boys and Boston have also played at the park. Redmonds natural forested beauty and immense amount of activities make it a wise place to search for a new home.

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98052 | 98053 | 98073

Redmond School Information:

Elementary:

Horrace Mann | Louisa May Alcott | Norman Rockwell

Middle:

Redmond Jr.

High School:

Redmond

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Listing information last updated on August 31st, 2015 at 3:38am PDT.