Your new Bellevue apartment for rent affords you the quaint Midwestern domesticity that's ideal for raising a family. With the lazy side streets that are situated throughout the community, you and your family will be able to take pleasant evening constitutionals as you meet your new neighbors tending to their yards or putting up seasonal decor.
For recreation, you may want to hit the links at the nearby Player's Club, situated right off of North 120th Street and Military Road. You and your new golf mates will love the verdant playing conditions, water hazards and sand bunkers that pepper the course. After you're done teeing off, hit the clubhouse for a libation or two.
Your new community also has an academic exuberance due to the close-by Kaplan University, which is located off of Interstate 280. If you are thinking about kick-starting a new career, you may may want to think about enrolling at one of Kaplan's programs, which range from criminal justice to fire science to information technology.
On weekends you and the little ones can spend some quality time together and create lasting memories at one of the local parks such as North Oaks Park, Tomahawk Hills Park, Sunny Slope Park or Roanoke Park. These open grassy lots are ideal for games of frisbee or tag. If you want a moment to yourself to decompress after a long day at work, you can always bring a new novel purchased at one of the nearby commercial areas and lounge in the grass.
Want to do something constructive and create some good karma along the way? The Nebraska Humane Society is just a stone's throw away from your Bellevue apartment where volunteer opportunities are abundant.
To get some good eats, you can always head to one of the nearby restaurants located on North 90th Street such as Pizza Hut or Runza. A little further north you have Mangia Italiana, which offers premier Mediterranean cuisine.
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