Rent to Own Homes near Greenwood Village, CO

Top 7 Reasons to Live in Greenwood Village, CO

  • Greenwood Village is an 8.1 square mile stretch of suburban bliss located southeast of Denver. Modern development on one end coexists with an interior of natural preservation. The city stretches from west of the I-25 corridor eastward to the edge of Cherry Creek State Park. Residents enjoy the convenience of local commerce while being immersed in a pastoral atmosphere of grass, trees, historical buildings and wildlife.

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  • Local open space parks! The Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve is centrally located within a residential district while the Cherry Creek State Park abuts the east end of town. Both offer tranquil environments for waterfowl and are surrounded by neighborhoods with homes for sale and rent to own homes.
  • Close to major commercial hubs! Downtown Denver is just 11 miles east, and the Cherry Creek Shopping district is only seven miles away. Both can be accessed by using the eastbound on ramps at either Arapahoe Road, Orchard Road or Belleview Avenue. The Denver Tech Center is also nearby and can be reached by taking DTC Boulevard east.
  • Search for your rental home! With a vacancy rate of 5.17 percent, hop on the bandwagon now and claim your property before that rate goes down even more. The commercial district on the east side of town gives way to winding tree-lined streets with plenty of grass and numerous homes that are available on a rent to own basis. Neighborhoods around Greenwood Lane and Coral Place are also good places to look for rental homes.
  • Plenty of outdoor recreation! There are a total of twenty parks with playgrounds across Greenwood Village, offering lots of space to stretch out and get fresh air. Enjoy kite flying and Frisbee at Greenwood Pines Park or ramp up the fun at William McKinley Park & Skate Park.
  • Equestrian facilities! The area boasts numerous parks, trails and crossings specifically designed to accommodate horse and rider. Take the Colorado Boulevard Equestrian Trail through the Rural Homestead neighborhood or get some essential exercise at the cross country course at Alexander Lane Equestrian Park.
  • Local destinations for top-notch dining! Excellent dinner choices are just a short trip away. Try the norther Italian fare at Chianti, located at the intersection of Belleview and Yosemite. For steak and seafood, try the opulent Del Frisco's Steakhouse near Orchard and I-25.
  • A network of trails! Take a five-mile bike ride along the Highline Canal Trail or a three-mile jog on the Greenwood Hills/Running Fox Park Trail.