Living in New Castle

New Castle is a gorgeous seacoast town with stately homes and sweeping water views. It is the smallest and easternmost town in New Hampshire, as well as one of the wealthiest. Right over the Maine/New Hampshire border at the mouth of the Piscataqua River, it’s the only town in New Hampshire to be comprised entirely of islands. Read more about New Castle below

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New Castle Accessibility

Although living in New Castle is island living, the town is connected to the mainland via two major bridges, offering New Castle excellent access to major cities. It is a quick ten-minute commute into downtown Portsmouth, 90 minutes to Boston, and just an hour to Portland, ME


New Castle, NH homes for sale

The majority of New Castle, NH homes for sale are single family dwellings. With just about a thousand residents at last count, New Castle is a tight-knit community. Many residents belong to one of the yacht clubs or the country club in town.


School system serving New Castle, NH real estate listings

Children in New Castle attend Maude H. Trefethen School until 6th grade, at which point they have a choice of attending Rye Junior High or Portsmouth Middle School. High school students attend Portsmouth High School, which is a reputable school with a favorable 13:1 student teacher ratio


New Castle, NH real estate listings tend to highlight the following community assets:

  • New Castle Common, 32 acres of seaside greenspace and beach on the Atlantic Ocean. Family-friendly and open year-round, the park has a playground as well as picnic tables and a view of Fort Constitution and the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse.

  • Fort Constitution Historic Site and Fort Stark Historic Site are fabulous spots to visit. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy fresh sea breezes and dramatic water views.

  • Wentworth by the Sea, a regal and historic hotel and spa built in the island’s exclusive resort heyday. The resort also owns the Wentworth by the Sea Country Club, an 18-hole championship golf course

For even more information on the Town of Damariscotta, please click here to read our “Town of Newcastle, NH Local Guide."

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