Newcastle Real Estate

For people looking for an active, balanced lifestyle, Newcastle combines the convenience and choices of urban living with the comfort and community of a small town. In Newcastle, residents live, work, shop and play, commute easily to the best jobs in the Pacific Northwest, and return home to live close to natural areas, trails and other opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Newcastle was formerly renowned for coal production, and has an unusually rich history for a city its size. It played a vital role in opening up the Seattle region for expansion. In many ways, it was the poster child for development in the Pacific Northwest in the late 1800s—rail, coal, and timber were the key themes of this time, and Newcastle was at the nexus of all of them. Newcastle 's coal mine and railroad helped transform Seattle into a major port.

In 1872, between 75-100 tons of coal were produced each day in Newcastle ; by the time the mine closed for the last time in 1963, more than13 million tons had been extracted. Its legacy remains ever-present in local place names such as Coal Creek Parkway , and China Creek Golf Course. An active, well-informed, and passionate group of citizens remain committed to sharing Newcastle's history with visitors and residents. The City celebrates Newcastle Days, a community festival, each September. The City was officially incorporated in 1994.

Newcastle - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Newcastle: $846,400 / County Avg $1,094,800

39%

Avg Taxes in Newcastle: $6,300 / County Avg $7,500

42%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Newcastle: 1,536 / County Avg 1,952

39%

Avg Price per/sqft in Newcastle:$551 / County Avg $561

98%

Avg Walkscore in Newcastle: 30 / County Avg 51

30%

Avg Year Built in Newcastle: 1994 / County Avg 1985

50%

Avg Days on Website in Newcastle: 32 / County Avg 44

36%

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Areas in Newcastle WA
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