Kingston, PA houses for sale. View photos of homes for sale in Kingston and see new real estate listings. Kingston is located just across the river from Wilkes-Barre with public schools within the Wyoming Valley West School District.
Located in the historic Wyoming Valley, Kingston offers beautiful tree-lined streets and dynamic housing options, ranging from brownstones to large homes with wrap-around porches. Good schools, recreation, and shopping are abundant in the area. You’ll find the perfect combination of nature, history, and modern living right here in Kingston.
In 1768, parts of the Wyoming Valley were divided amongst 200 men into five townships, measuring five square miles each. The first 40 men who arrived settled in Kingston township, which then included Kingston Township, Dallas Township, and part of both Franklin and Lake Townships.
The area broke into Luzerne County in the 1780s and Kingston—named after Kingston, Rhode Island—was divided into four separate wards in 1891. The first rail road began operating a few decades earlier in 1856. The line ran through 1949 when the last passenger station arrived in Kingston on November 15.
Many residents embrace the nearby lakes, streams, mountains, fishing, hiking, bicycling, canoeing, kayaking, ski slopes, golf courses, waterparks, ice hockey, and more. Nearly every imaginable recreational activity is just minutes away.
Kingston residents take advantage of the array of indoor activities offered at the Kingston Recreation Center including: basketball, racquetball, strength and cardio equipment, computer games, and pool tables.
Local cultural and entertainment events range from theatre and musicals, concerts, movie theatres, art exhibits, museums, Jazz bands, ballet, national performing artists, and more.