Lake Hills is a neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington. It lies to the south of the Crossroads and north of the Eastgate neighborhoods. In the early 1900s, Japanese immigrants farmed the part of Lake Hills between present-day Larsen Lake and Phantom Lake.
The early history of Lake Hills indicates a Native American and Japanese Immigrants presence in the area. Yakima Indians, who had a winter encampment near Larsen Lake, had originally developed parts of the district. In the early 1900s, Japanese farmers cultivated the land between Larson and Phantom lakes