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Latest house prices for Newcastle

Details of 37,687 sales available for this area

Date Price Address
29/04/2024 Details... £135,000 38 Poolfield Avenue, Newcastle, ST5 2NL Details...
19/04/2024 Details... £80,000 31 Winterside Close, Newcastle, ST5 7SS Details...
19/04/2024 Details... £231,000 55 Oldcastle Avenue, Newcastle, ST5 8HG Details...
12/04/2024 Details... £225,000 123a Audley Road, Newcastle, ST5 6BT Details...
12/04/2024 Details... £150,000 20 Denry Crescent, Newcastle, ST5 8NG Details...
12/04/2024 Details... £170,000 4 The Gardens, Newcastle, ST5 9HS Details...
11/04/2024 Details... £317,500 25 Friars Walk, Newcastle, ST5 2HA Details...
11/04/2024 Details... £97,000 75 St Bernards Road, Newcastle, ST5 6HL Details...
11/04/2024 Details... £170,000 57 Cleveland Road, Newcastle, ST5 6HX Details...
10/04/2024 Details... £130,000 21 Rydal Way, Newcastle, ST5 3HE Details...
08/04/2024 Details... £239,995 44 Marina Drive, Newcastle, ST5 0RS Details...
07/04/2024 Details... £262,500 5 Jenkinson Close, Newcastle, ST5 2JP Details...
05/04/2024 Details... £140,000 Flat 2, 35 Princess Street, Newcastle, ST5 1DD Details...
05/04/2024 Details... £100,000 3 Garnett Road East, Newcastle, ST5 8AP Details...
05/04/2024 Details... £179,950 58 Douglas Road, Newcastle, ST5 9BJ Details...
04/04/2024 Details... £119,950 51 Hempstalls Lane, Newcastle, ST5 0SN Details...
28/03/2024 Details... £165,000 41 High Street, Wolstanton, Newcastle, ST5 0ET Details...
28/03/2024 Details... £321,000 44 Eleanor Crescent, Newcastle, ST5 3SA Details...
28/03/2024 Details... £400,000 Firs Hill, , Keele, Newcastle, ST5 5BE Details...
27/03/2024 Details... £123,000 15 Cobden Street, Newcastle, ST5 0DE Details...
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Located in the northeast of England, Newcastle is a city with a fascinating history and a thriving modern cultural scene. Sitting on the banks of the River Tyne, the city has long been known for its shipbuilding industry and was once one of the most important centers of trade in Europe. Today, Newcastle is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, home to some of the country's finest museums, galleries, restaurants and bars. With excellent links to other cities across the UK and an abundance of green spaces on its doorstep, it's easy to see why Newcastle is becoming an increasingly popular place to live for both locals and newcomers alike.