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Medina incorporated in 1955 but it still is one of the best kept secrets in home locations. If you find a home for sale in Medina, you should grab it because once people move here they rarely want to leave. Medina has a small community feel but is within minutes of downtown Bellevue. The population is just around 3,000 and they know how to have fun. August is Medina Days, July has a 4th firework show and there are often community parties down at the Medina Beach Park. The closest thing Medina has to a commercial center is a small store and post office. In 1910, Walter Hagenstein, a Seattle grocer opened the grocery store in a building he purchased for $2,200. Later that year a post office was established in the back of his store, similar to today. Another big site in Medina is the Overlake Golf Course and Country Club. It came about when an early pioneer purchased a large dairy farm in 1920, then developed the land into one of the finest golf courses in the state. The old tradition for Seattleites was to take the ferry from Leschi to Medina, play a round of golf, then purchase some fresh goods from the farmers before returning that same day by ferry to Seattle.
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