Welcome to Homes for Sale in Kings County CA & Lifestyle! Kings County, California lies right within the sunniest part of the state, the south-central region of California. You’ll find vineyards, cotton farms, and beef cattle ranches. A short drive to the north and west puts you in mountain country, which is perfect for skiing most of the year.
Homes for Sale in King County
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Kings County “Pioneer Days”
People who live in Kings County enjoy a little bit of everything, from wine tasting tours and open markets on Saturday to annual festivals all over the county. “Pioneer Days” is the biggest celebration in this area, inviting people who grew up in Kings County to come home and celebrate their roots and inviting newcomers to put down roots in the community.
Kings County Transportation
One interstate and six state routes intersect through Kings County, giving residents and visitors alike easy on-off access to anything in the county. While most of the residents work in the county’s major cities, some still make the trip into nearby counties (e.g., Fresno) for work.
Proximity plays a role in work commutes, as does the ability to ride other available forms of transportation to work (e.g., Amtrak or four different bussing options). If you need to travel a greater distance, you can always fly out of the regional airport, Hanford Municipal Airport.
Interesting Facts about Kings County
The current population is approximately 150,965.
The median home value is $169,500.
The median household income is $46,481.
The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 72.2%.
The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 13.4%.
The average commute time is 21 minutes.