There are 18 retirement homes serving Newton, Kansas. This includes 2 in Newton and 16 nearby. Retirement home living costs in Kansas range from around $31 up to $128 daily, with an average expense running approximately $68. The per month expense averages roughly $2,051 and ranges between $935 and $3,836. On an annual basis, the median cost is around $24,618, which is over the national average of $23,100.
The cost for retirement home living in Newton generally ranges from around $1,540 per month up to $3,630 per month. The average cost is approximately $2,613 per month, or about $31,350 yearly.
Newton is a small city in Harvey County, Kansas. It is included in the Wichita metropolitan area. Though the city itself contains 21,852 inhabitants, the encompassing area includes a total population of 498,035. Residents 55 and over compose approximately 28% of the population.
Newton has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. The city has a median per capita income of $23,000 and a median household income is $46,000 (the Kansas state average is $48,000). The current unemployment rate is about 5.19% and the average home price is $160,500, which is relatively higher than the Kansas average of $127,500.
Newton has mild mean temperatures, with medium winters and warm summers. The city receives low levels of rain each year. In relation to other cities in the United States, Newton has low air quality ratings.