Real Estate Spotlight: Newcastle

Newcastle lies just south of Bellevue, north of Renton, and is a largely suburban residential neighborhood. With a population of 11,559 residents, this suburb of Seattle has seen moderate growth and is ranked as one of the best places to live in Washington. Furthermore, this community offers residents a dense suburban feel, and most residents own their homes. Consequently, Newcastle is a popular neighborhood among families and young professionals.

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Newcastle, as with neighboring Renton, was one of Washington state’s earliest coal-mining areas, and the coal mined there had a direct impact on the development of the Port of Seattle. Yet, Newcastle remained unincorporated until 1994, and now the area is popular with residents who work on the Eastside.

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Newcastle is located between Lake Washington to the west and Cougar Mountain to the east making it a popular jumping-off point for outdoor recreation. Moreover, the area is home to an expansive trail system and the city hosts a wide variety of community events. Finally, The Golf Club at Newcastle is a popular golfing destination for Eastside residents.

The Golf Club at Newcastle / real estate report by Ewing & Clark

The Golf Club at Newcastle

Newcastle Residential Market Report

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