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20 Apartments for rent in Kingston, NY

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109 Franklin Street
109 Franklin Street
Kingston, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
2129 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
219 E Union Street
219 East Union Street
Kingston, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Welcome to historic Ponckhockie, the new hipster destination on the Rondout waterfront. This 1850 home constructed of brick and bluestone features the original wide plank flooring on both the second and third floors.
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1 Unit Available
417 GARDENIA DRIVE
417 Gardenia Drive
Dutchess County, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1415 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Come home to easy living at The Gardens in Rhinebeck. The Chestnut Model is exquisite! 1400 sq ft of space to enjoy & offers 2 BRs & 2 Bths in a ground floor, end unit.
Results within 10 miles of Kingston
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3 Units Available
Hyde Park Heights
107 E Market St, Bldg. 9 Rental Office
Hyde Park, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,235
660 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 02:01 AM
Thank you for your interest in our community! Hyde Park Heights offers beautifully appointed 1 & 2 bedroom apartment homes in a tranquil setting but still within short drive to major employers, and short driving distance to dining and shopping.
1 Unit Available
96 West Hurley Road
96 West Hurley Road
Woodstock, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,200
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
What a great location! On the road named after Woodstock music icon, Levon Helm, 5 minutes from the "most famous little town in the world." This is a very cute 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom (with bathtub) apartment.
1 Unit Available
167 Baker Road
167 Baker Road
Ulster County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$5,000
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
This beautiful old Carriage House has been brought back to life with a total renovation. Privacy and serenity come to mind when you see think of this property. There are 3 bedrooms each with a full bed.
1 Unit Available
11 Snyder Lane
11 Snyder Road
Ulster County, NY
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$40,000
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Retreat to a completely secluded recently built contemporary on 26+ acres. The property is 10 minutes from the NYS Thruway Saugerties exit and a short drive to the village of Woodstock.
1 Unit Available
3 FULLER LANE
3 Fuller Lane
Hyde Park, NY | Hyde Park Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1648 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Village of Hyde Park 2 Story adorable home with a rocking chair front porch. Many updated & renovated features in 2015. Walk to public Transportation and village conveniences.
1 Unit Available
1 LUDLOW AVENUE
1 Ludlow Avenue
Red Hook, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1120 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Light & bright and super convenient - walking distance to all the quaint village of Red Hook has to offer. Bard shuttle and LOOP bus is just minutes away. LAMS Middle School and RHHS is walking distance as well.
1 Unit Available
8 CALMER PL
8 Calmer Place
Hyde Park, NY | Hyde Park Village
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
1598 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
NICE 3/4 BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH CAPE COD LOCATED ON QUIET STREET YET CLOSE TO SHOPPING, RESTAURANTS, CIA and more. LR, FDR, 3 SEASON ROOM, WASHER/DRYER, 1 CAR GARAGE. GOOD CREDIT & REFERENCES, NO SMOKING, 2 PETS MAXIMUM ALLOWED.
1 Unit Available
5230 ALBANY POST RD UNIT RD
5230 Albany Post Road
Dutchess County, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,200
600 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Staatsburg apartment on a Month to Month basis only. No smokers and No pets. Open living room and kitchen area with 1 bedroom and a full bath. A credit check and rental application is required. Maximum occupants - 2 persons.
1 Unit Available
26 York St
26 York Street
Glasco, NY
4 Bedrooms
$2,650
2000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Beautiful 4/5 Bedroom House - Property Id: 424800 Beautiful 4/5 bedroom house in Glasco/Saugerties NY!! This is not a typical rental property, this fully renovated house has endless possibilities for a large family, or if you in need of extra
1 Unit Available
309
309 Spillway Road
Ulster County, NY
Studio
$2,800
550 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
AVAILABLE NOW High Speed Internet & Cable and NYC taxes already included. Broker Fee Apply, and we require one month security deposit. NO FEE
1 Unit Available
51
51 Spillway Road
Ulster County, NY
1 Bedroom
$3,500
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
This is a one-bedroom apartment located Midtown, west of Manhattan between 6th avenue and 7th Avenue. This prewar building has a doorman, a reception area where all visitors are announced and laundry facilities are on site.
1 Unit Available
61
61 Spillway Road
Ulster County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$25,000
4000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
NOW AVAILABLE FOR SHORT TERM!!! Nothing will compare to the splendor of this spectacular three bedroom triplex townhouse with exceptionally opulent interiors in an incredibly enviable location.
1 Unit Available
60
60 Spillway Road
Ulster County, NY
1 Bedroom
$3,800
350 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
Beautiful spacious fully furnished and equipped 1bdr in the heart of Manhattan. Close to all amenities, museums, restaurants, Central Park E, R, 6, 4, Q, M trains All utilities included Free Wi-Fi First floor $169 per night Line ID : loveismygold
1 Unit Available
33 Montgomery Street
33 Montgomery St
Saugerties, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,050
Last updated May 4 at 10:35 AM
Welcome to Saugerties! This beautiful one bedroom apartment is located just steps away from many fabulous restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. The owner provides water, sewer, trash removal, lawn care, and snow removal.
1 Unit Available
1 CLAY HILL
1 Clay Hill Road
Tivoli, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
1968 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 04:24 AM
This charming cottage is located within walking distance to the quaint Village of Tivoli. Original details abound in this 3 BR/2 BA cottage.
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Apartment Rentals in Kingston start at $1,850/month.
How much is rent in Kingston?
Apartment Rentals in Kingston start at $1,850/month.
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While some Kingston properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Kingston properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Kingston. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Marist College, State University of New York at New Paltz, and Vassar College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Kingston?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Kingston. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Marist College, State University of New York at New Paltz, and Vassar College.

City Guide

Kingston
Kingston, New York is where the Catskills meet the Hudson. This city earned fame among the patriots for "being the breadbasket of the revolution" and also the ire of the British, who punished it by burning it down in 1777.
Kingston, New York is where the Catskills meet the Hudson. This city earned fame among the patriots for "being the breadbasket of the revolution" and also the ire of the British, who punished it by burning it down in 1777.

Kingston, the first capital of the state of New York, is today a prosperous city of approximately 24,000 residents. It has not one but three historic districts -- Stockade uptown, Broadway midtown and Rondout downtown -- that remind locals and visitors alike of the city's glorious heritage. Urban amenities are either at walking distance or a short drive away. If you're looking for a small town in New York State with pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods, and all the facilities for comfortable living and good education, then Kingston it is.

Moving to Kingston

The rental housing scene in Kingston is vibrant. While little more than 49% of the city's population prefers renting an apartment, approximately 43% of the citizens live in owned homes. A vacancy rate of a little more than 8% and diversity in properties available mean that there is definitely a house here that is just right for you. From stately homes spread over acres to apartment complexes, choice is not a problem at all. Gas-heated apartments, off-street parking, pets, owners paying for trash pick-up, central air conditioning, all-utilities-paid and more are just some of the conditions that renters can have fulfilled in Kingston.

Moving to Kingston
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The rental housing scene in Kingston is vibrant. While little more than 49% of the city's population prefers renting an apartment, approximately 43% of the citizens live in owned homes. A vacancy rate of a little more than 8% and diversity in properties available mean that there is definitely a house here that is just right for you. From stately homes spread over acres to apartment complexes, choice is not a problem at all. Gas-heated apartments, off-street parking, pets, owners paying for trash pick-up, central air conditioning, all-utilities-paid and more are just some of the conditions that renters can have fulfilled in Kingston.

Kingston Neighborhoods

Now that you're falling in love with the idea of moving to Kingston, check out which neighborhood is best for your new roots.

City Center: Many historic buildings in this neighborhood make it a charming place to call home. A vacancy rate of around 13% is another incentive. And the clincher? The majority of the residents choose to walk to their place of work.

Ponckhockie: Ponckhockie is a suburban neighborhood. The residential real estate consists mainly of standalone houses and small apartments. Many pre-1939 homes, fine examples of Victorian architecture, offer rooms for rent.

Hillside: Unlike other neighborhoods, most of the homes in suburban Hillside are owner-occupied. A relatively lower vacancy rate indicates that in this part of town, a home for rent is always in demand.

Kingston Neighborhoods
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Now that you're falling in love with the idea of moving to Kingston, check out which neighborhood is best for your new roots.

City Center: Many historic buildings in this neighborhood make it a charming place to call home. A vacancy rate of around 13% is another incentive. And the clincher? The majority of the residents choose to walk to their place of work.

Ponckhockie: Ponckhockie is a suburban neighborhood. The residential real estate consists mainly of standalone houses and small apartments. Many pre-1939 homes, fine examples of Victorian architecture, offer rooms for rent.

Hillside: Unlike other neighborhoods, most of the homes in suburban Hillside are owner-occupied. A relatively lower vacancy rate indicates that in this part of town, a home for rent is always in demand.

Life in Kingston

Regardless of whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment or luxury digs, one of the big attractions of living in Kingston is that you don't have to get into your car every time you step out to go somewhere. The CitiBus system is ideal for intercity travels. If you own a car, you are only a short ride away from many wonderful sites, such as the Ashokan Dam and the Esopus Lighthouse. Or you may wish to take a trip up the Catskill Mountain Railroad during the fall season. Kingston is the kind of place where you can head to Vincenzo's Pizzeria in the afternoon, shop at Hudson Valley Mall, arrive at Kyoto Sushi for a sumptuous dinner and then to Stockade Tavern to wash it all down and cap off a great day. Each day offers unvisited and new venues for activity, fun, eating and learning. In Kingston, you can live life king-size.

Life in Kingston
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Regardless of whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment or luxury digs, one of the big attractions of living in Kingston is that you don't have to get into your car every time you step out to go somewhere. The CitiBus system is ideal for intercity travels. If you own a car, you are only a short ride away from many wonderful sites, such as the Ashokan Dam and the Esopus Lighthouse. Or you may wish to take a trip up the Catskill Mountain Railroad during the fall season. Kingston is the kind of place where you can head to Vincenzo's Pizzeria in the afternoon, shop at Hudson Valley Mall, arrive at Kyoto Sushi for a sumptuous dinner and then to Stockade Tavern to wash it all down and cap off a great day. Each day offers unvisited and new venues for activity, fun, eating and learning. In Kingston, you can live life king-size.

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City Guide

Kingston
Kingston, New York is where the Catskills meet the Hudson. This city earned fame among the patriots for "being the breadbasket of the revolution" and also the ire of the British, who punished it by burning it down in 1777.
Kingston, New York is where the Catskills meet the Hudson. This city earned fame among the patriots for "being the breadbasket of the revolution" and also the ire of the British, who punished it by burning it down in 1777.

Kingston, the first capital of the state of New York, is today a prosperous city of approximately 24,000 residents. It has not one but three historic districts -- Stockade uptown, Broadway midtown and Rondout downtown -- that remind locals and visitors alike of the city's glorious heritage. Urban amenities are either at walking distance or a short drive away. If you're looking for a small town in New York State with pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods, and all the facilities for comfortable living and good education, then Kingston it is.

Moving to Kingston

The rental housing scene in Kingston is vibrant. While little more than 49% of the city's population prefers renting an apartment, approximately 43% of the citizens live in owned homes. A vacancy rate of a little more than 8% and diversity in properties available mean that there is definitely a house here that is just right for you. From stately homes spread over acres to apartment complexes, choice is not a problem at all. Gas-heated apartments, off-street parking, pets, owners paying for trash pick-up, central air conditioning, all-utilities-paid and more are just some of the conditions that renters can have fulfilled in Kingston.

Moving to Kingston
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The rental housing scene in Kingston is vibrant. While little more than 49% of the city's population prefers renting an apartment, approximately 43% of the citizens live in owned homes. A vacancy rate of a little more than 8% and diversity in properties available mean that there is definitely a house here that is just right for you. From stately homes spread over acres to apartment complexes, choice is not a problem at all. Gas-heated apartments, off-street parking, pets, owners paying for trash pick-up, central air conditioning, all-utilities-paid and more are just some of the conditions that renters can have fulfilled in Kingston.

Kingston Neighborhoods

Now that you're falling in love with the idea of moving to Kingston, check out which neighborhood is best for your new roots.

City Center: Many historic buildings in this neighborhood make it a charming place to call home. A vacancy rate of around 13% is another incentive. And the clincher? The majority of the residents choose to walk to their place of work.

Ponckhockie: Ponckhockie is a suburban neighborhood. The residential real estate consists mainly of standalone houses and small apartments. Many pre-1939 homes, fine examples of Victorian architecture, offer rooms for rent.

Hillside: Unlike other neighborhoods, most of the homes in suburban Hillside are owner-occupied. A relatively lower vacancy rate indicates that in this part of town, a home for rent is always in demand.

Kingston Neighborhoods
+

Now that you're falling in love with the idea of moving to Kingston, check out which neighborhood is best for your new roots.

City Center: Many historic buildings in this neighborhood make it a charming place to call home. A vacancy rate of around 13% is another incentive. And the clincher? The majority of the residents choose to walk to their place of work.

Ponckhockie: Ponckhockie is a suburban neighborhood. The residential real estate consists mainly of standalone houses and small apartments. Many pre-1939 homes, fine examples of Victorian architecture, offer rooms for rent.

Hillside: Unlike other neighborhoods, most of the homes in suburban Hillside are owner-occupied. A relatively lower vacancy rate indicates that in this part of town, a home for rent is always in demand.

Life in Kingston

Regardless of whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment or luxury digs, one of the big attractions of living in Kingston is that you don't have to get into your car every time you step out to go somewhere. The CitiBus system is ideal for intercity travels. If you own a car, you are only a short ride away from many wonderful sites, such as the Ashokan Dam and the Esopus Lighthouse. Or you may wish to take a trip up the Catskill Mountain Railroad during the fall season. Kingston is the kind of place where you can head to Vincenzo's Pizzeria in the afternoon, shop at Hudson Valley Mall, arrive at Kyoto Sushi for a sumptuous dinner and then to Stockade Tavern to wash it all down and cap off a great day. Each day offers unvisited and new venues for activity, fun, eating and learning. In Kingston, you can live life king-size.

Life in Kingston
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Regardless of whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment or luxury digs, one of the big attractions of living in Kingston is that you don't have to get into your car every time you step out to go somewhere. The CitiBus system is ideal for intercity travels. If you own a car, you are only a short ride away from many wonderful sites, such as the Ashokan Dam and the Esopus Lighthouse. Or you may wish to take a trip up the Catskill Mountain Railroad during the fall season. Kingston is the kind of place where you can head to Vincenzo's Pizzeria in the afternoon, shop at Hudson Valley Mall, arrive at Kyoto Sushi for a sumptuous dinner and then to Stockade Tavern to wash it all down and cap off a great day. Each day offers unvisited and new venues for activity, fun, eating and learning. In Kingston, you can live life king-size.