Rent to Own Homes near Madison, MS

Top 6 Reasons to live in Madison, MS

  • A part of the Jackson metropolitan area, Madison, Mississippi offers a small-town vibe close to the amenities of a large city. Named for president James Madison and once a major railroad stop, Madison is home to the 10-acre Simmons Arboretum, with walking paths and local plants to explore. The Madison Square Center for the Arts is also located here, where local theater, opera, and dance productions are mounted year-round.

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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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2 Beds, 2 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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Madison, MS 39110

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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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5 Beds, 4 Baths in Madison, MS 39110
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  • Plenty of parks! There's plenty of open space for relaxing or even fishing right in town. At Strawberry Park, you will find seven acres that include a fishing lake, a walking trail and picnic spots. Liberty Park offers a walking trail, soccer fields and an archery range.
  • Arts and entertainment! The Madison Square Center for the Arts is listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings, but what's contained inside is current entertainment offerings such as live theater by the local Center Players, performances by the Mississippi Opera Association and the Magnolia Ballroom Dancers Association. The Downtown Madison Farmers Market, which operates every week throughout the region's growing season, has more than fresh produce: there's live entertainment there, too.
  • Recreation at the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir! Filled with water from the Pearl River, the reservoir welcomes two million people annually. Visitors boat, fish, water-ski, camp and hike. There's also a mountain bike trail around Mule Jail Lake.
  • Explore the Natchez Trace Parkway! This historic trail runs right through town, and is a 444-mile road that commemorates some 10,000 years of natural history. Living in Madison, it's easy to hop on the road and explore near and far. Explore the Cypress Swamp or the Highland Colony Parkway.
  • Rising home values! From city center to East Hill Drive and the neighborhood of Madisonville, rent to own homes are a solid investment in the future of this community. With home values outpacing rental costs, and valued at approximately 89% higher than in other parts of Mississippi, there's a good choice for just about anyone in this pleasant, tree-filled town.
  • Convenient and varied housing! Whether you're looking for a single-family home, a condo or a town home, there are homes of all types and sizes in Madison, located in areas where residents can stroll the wooded paths of the Pearl River State Wildlife Management Area or see the latest films at Malco Theaters multiplexes.