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Are you having trouble deciding between an urban setting or small town? If so, Newcastle is the best choice. In this small community, residents can work, play, commute, shop, and live close to natural areas yet remain close to all the amenities of the city. This city was inhabited by hard working coal mining residents from it’s founding until it ended in 1963. Now Newcastle is considered a suburban area with an easy commute. Fantastic views of the city and Lake Washington are seen from homes located on the hills above the I-405. Attractions to consider are Lake Boren Park, the trails near Cougar Mountain, the new YMCA, and the Golf Club. In many well-respected media channels, Newcastle ranks in the top 25 of one of the best places to live in the entire United States.