Wilburton, Bellevue, WA, is a historic neighborhood nestled among parks and woodlands east of Interstate 405. It was founded in 1904 as a company town for logging interests. The neighborhood offers easy access to the city's highway system, including I-90 to the south and Highway 520 on the northern end. Adjacent neighborhoods include West Lake Hills and Overlake.
Kelsey Creek Farm is a city-owned property where visitors can interact with farm animals in their natural environment. A playground and picnic facility are available for guests. The Bellevue Botanical Garden showcases many of the beautiful plants that are native to the Pacific Northwest. The garden hosts craft fairs and festivals throughout the year. Residents of homes and apartments in Wilburton, Bellevue, WA, have beautiful views of the Glendale Country Club, which is just east of the neighborhood. The 18-hole championship golf course is the site of 11 State Open tournaments. The Willburton Trestle is the longest wooden train trestle in the region.
Property owners and residents of Wilburton, Bellevue, apartment rentals have convenient access to several parks and playgrounds, including Wilburton Hill Park and Bannerwood Park. Unspoiled woodlands and wetlands give the neighborhood its lush atmosphere, and an extensive trail system within the Bellevue Botanical Garden provides an opportunity to explore and observe nature. Lake Bellevue lies north of the neighborhood just past the Bellevue-Redmond corridor.
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