Kingston, PA Real Estate
Kingston, Pennsylvania is located in Luzerne County. Nearby cities and towns include Edwardsville, Pringle, Wilkes-Barre, Forty Fort, Luzerne, Courtdale, Plains, Larksville, Swoyersville, Georgetown, Hudson, Hilldale, Ashley, Plymouth, Trucksville, Wyoming, Laurel Run, Chase, West Wyoming, Inkerman, Shavertown, Laflin, Sugar Notch, Exeter, Yatesville, Warrior Run, Browntown, Dallas, West Pittston, Pittston, West Nanticoke, Nanticoke, Hughestown, Duryea, Sheatown, Dupont, Bear Creek Village, Nuangola, Mountain Top, Avoca, Silkworth, Upper Exeter, Wanamie, Harveys Lake, Old Forge, Glen Lyon, Moosic, Pikes Creek, Penn Lake Park, Taylor, West Falls, Noxen, Scranton, East Side, White Haven, Beech Mountain Lakes, Mocanaqua, Shickshinny, Hickory Hills, Freeland, Lake Winola, Dunmore, Clarks Summit, Pardeesville, Chinchilla, Jeddo, Clarks Green, Dickson City, Lattimer, Moscow, Glenburn, Tunkhannock, Throop, Harleigh, Dalton, Olyphant, Waverly, Conyngham, Factoryville, Big Bass Lake, Eagle Lake, Blakely, West Hazleton, New Columbus, Holiday Pocono, East Berwick, Hazleton, Foundryville, Jessup, Nescopeck, Weatherly, Albrightsville, Mount Cobb, Gouldsboro, Beaver Meadows, Jonestown, Berwick, Archbald, Towamensing Trails, Tresckow, and Pocono Pines. Kingston is a suburban community with a population of 13,167. The median household income is $41,053. In Kingston, 41% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 20% of the households. Half the population of Kingston commutes 14 minutes or less to work, with 68% of residents holding white collar jobs and 32% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Kingston, PA is 57 years, with 46% of those homes owned, 47% rented, and 8% not occupied. In the previous year, 118 Kingston properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Kingston in the previous year was $106,996.