Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill is a small city next to Bellevue, near Lake Washington, in King County. From the cities' higher elevations, residents have spectacular views of Lake Washington, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier and both the Seattle and Bellevue skylines. An affluent city, the per capita income ranks 3rd of 522 areas in Washington State. It has a population of approximately 2,890 in 1.1 square miles.

The city has a park like feel with towering evergreens and northwest foliage but it is minutes from the major urban cores of Seattle and Bellevue. Most of Clyde Hill is zoned for single-family homes with minimum lot sizes of 20,000 square feet. The city has two commercial establishments: a gas station and a Tully's Coffee shop. A government zone on 24th street near 98th NE houses the City Hall, Fire Department and Police Department.


Clyde Hill is bordered by Bellevue, Kirkland, Medina, Yarrow Point and Hunts Point. It is 1.5 miles to Seattle via the SR-520 floating bridge.


There are four schools located on Clyde Hill; Sacred Heart and Bellevue Christian are both private schools; Clyde Hill and Chinook are Bellevue School District schools. They all are located at the top of Clyde Hill along 98th street:

Students living on Clyde Hill generally go to Bellevue High School, however, they may opt to attend special programs at Interlake, Sammamish or the International School.