Although Newport Hills is home to just 5,000 or so of Bellevue's 120,000 inhabitants, it makes up for its small size with a wealth of attractions and conveniences. To the north, the quiet parks and hip dining destinations of Surrey Downs and Kimberlee Park beckon. Downtown Bellevue is nearby as well.
Newport Hills is just a stone's throw from regional mainstays like the Bellevue Arts Museum and more unusual offerings like the Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art, the largest doll-focused museum in the country. As a noted center for the arts, the neighborhood hosts the Bellevue Arts and Crafts Fair as well as the Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition. Meanwhile, Marketplace at Factoria offers seemingly endless shopping opportunities.
From parks like Newcastle Beach Park and Newport Hills Park, locals enjoy sweeping views of Lake Washington and downtown Seattle. In the opposite direction, Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park showcases rare wildlife habitats in the Cascade foothills. Boaters are free to launch from the Newport Marina and ply the extensive waters of Lake Washington. Fishermen prefer nearby Mercer Island's rich shallows.
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