Newcastle, WA Real Estate
Newcastle, Washington is located in King County. Nearby cities and towns include Eastgate, Mercer Island, Renton, Bellevue, Beaux Arts Village, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, East Renton Highlands, Issaquah, Fairwood, Tukwila, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Boulevard Park, Riverton, Clyde Hill, Medina, Klahanie, Sammamish, East Hill-Meridian, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point, SeaTac, White Center, Mirrormont, Burien, Seattle, Shadow Lake, Redmond, Kent, Normandy Park, Kirkland, Hobart, Covington, Ames Lake, Des Moines, Fall City, Union Hill-Novelty Hill, Maple Valley, Inglewood-Finn Hill, Kingsgate, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Carnation, Lakeland North, Snoqualmie, Ravensdale, Cottage Lake, Woodinville, Auburn, Kenmore, Lake Holm, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, Black Diamond, Vashon, Duvall, Lake Forest Park, Bothell, Southworth, Federal Way, Algona, Shoreline, Manchester, Lakeland South, North Bend, Brier, Dash Point, Maltby, Bothell East, Pacific, Bainbridge Island, Bothell West, Mountlake Terrace, Wilderness Rim, High Bridge, Riverbend, Esperance, Alderwood Manor, Browns Point, Parkwood, Milton, Fife Heights, Clearview, Lake Tapps, Woodway, Enetai, Mill Creek East, Edmonds, Bethel, Edgewood, East Port Orchard, Lynnwood, Sumner, Maplewood, Larch Way, Martha Lake, Tanner, Cathcart, Fife, Indianola, Ruston, North Lynnwood, Purdy, Silver Firs, Canterwood, Mill Creek, Tracyton, North Puyallup, Port Orchard, Burley, Navy Yard City, Suquamish, Meadowdale, Rocky Point, Lake Stickney, Tacoma, Monroe, Enumclaw, Gig Harbor, Keyport, Kingston, Bonney Lake, Waller, and Picnic Point. Newcastle is a suburban community with a population of 10,723. The median household income is $97,986. In Newcastle, 59% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 34% of the households. Half the population of Newcastle commutes 24 minutes or less to work, with 64% of residents holding white collar jobs and 36% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Newcastle, WA is 13 years, with 69% of those homes owned, 25% rented, and 6% not occupied. In the previous year, 200 Newcastle properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Newcastle in the previous year was $459,650.