Newcastle neighbourhood in Clarington. Popular communities include Rural Clarington, Orono, Bowmanville, Courtice.
Newcastle has 73 homes on the market. Of the 520 total properties listed in Clarington, Newcastle makes up just 14%. The average asking price of a property in Newcastle is $929,276, with an estimated mortgage of $3,148 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $858,203 in Clarington. Properties listed in Newcastle are an average of 830 square feet, with 2.5 beds and 2.2 baths. Newcastle has 6.8% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
With plenty of nearby schools, seasonal festivals, and conveniences such as shopping, Newcastle is an ideal neighbourhood for families with children.
Newcastle real estate listings feature home situated along streets lined with mature trees and lawns that show pride of ownership.
There is plenty of recreational green space near Newcastle homes for sale, including Newcastle Memorial Park.
Newcastle MLS listings boast a diverse array of housing options to meet any family’s needs and budget. There are plenty of detached homes available, including newer two-story homes, updated heritage homes, and some sought-after waterfront properties.
Originally a wooded area, Newcastle was first settled in 1833 by Stephen Crandell, who opened a tavern for travellers. Over the years, shops and other businesses joined the tavern in the woods, and the settlement came to be known as Crandell’s Corners.
The nearby community of Bond Head also grew up around this time, centred around the Bond Head Harbour and its pier. The two villages amalgamated in 1851 under the name of the Village of Newcastle.
Newcastle is a very convenient area for commuters to other cities, as it is bisected by Highway 401. Other major roads in Newcastle include King Avenue and North Street.
The majority of Newcastle’s businesses can be found in the small downtown core along King Avenue. Local shops and restaurants can all be found in this area.
Schools available to Newcastle residents include St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Elementary School (1774 Rudell Road), Newcastle Public School (50 Glass Court), and Clarke High School (3425 115 Highway).
Newcastle families can enjoy a number of yearly festivals and cultural events. The Newcastle Santa Claus Parade is one popular holiday event, with fireworks, colourful floats, and, of course, the man himself.