Rent to Own Homes near Rocky Mount, NC

14 Reasons to Live in Rocky Mount

  • It's on the water! Its parks feature both paddle and walking trails. Canoers and kayakers will enjoy the paddle trail at Tar River. The Tar River Walking/Biking Trail allows those who would rather stay on land to enjoy the natural beauty of the park surrounding this river and to walk through historically significant areas of Rocky Mount.

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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Cobblestone Ct
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Rocky Mount, NC 27804

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School: Benvenue Elementary
Grocery: Crossworks
Restaurant: Boddie-Noell Enterprises Inc
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4 Beds, 5 Baths on Evergreen Rd
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4 Beds, 5 Baths

Rocky Mount, NC 27803

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School: G R Edwards Middle School
Grocery: E P Mart
Restaurant: China House Restaurant
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on Tyan St
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Rocky Mount, NC 27801

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School: D S Johnson Elementary School
Grocery: Cokey's Supermarket
Restaurant: D & R Restaurant & Catering
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3 Beds, 2 Baths on E Battleboro Ave
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3 Beds, 2 Baths

Battleboro, NC 27809

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School: Rocky Mount Preparatory
Grocery: Nancy Wilkins
Restaurant: Moore's Grill
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1 Bed, 1 Bath on Nashville Rd
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1 Bed, 1 Bath

Rocky Mount, NC 27803

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School: Williford Elementary
Grocery: Five Brothers Mart
Restaurant: Odyssey
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on Long Ave
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Rocky Mount, NC 27801

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School: D S Johnson Elementary School
Grocery: Fuel Doc
Restaurant: D & R Restaurant & Catering
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4 Beds, 2 Baths on Hampton Dr
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Rocky Mount, NC 27804

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School: Winstead Avenue Elementary
Grocery: L & L Food Stores
Restaurant: Crepe World
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4 Beds, 13 Baths on Short Spoon Cir
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4 Beds, 13 Baths

Rocky Mount, NC 27804

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School: Falls Road Baptist Church School
Grocery: 301 Convienence Mart
Restaurant: Mayflower Seafood Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath on Clayton St
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Rocky Mount, NC 27803

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School: Williford Elementary
Grocery: Key Food Supermarket
Restaurant: Odyssey
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  • Sunset Park! This park offers 28 acres of fun and interest for people of all ages. It contains a mini-train that can be ridden through the area for $2 per ride and a fully functioning carousel. After a day at the park, enjoy a meal at Ichiban Japanese Steak House & Sushi.
  • Flea markets and antique shops! If you like to collect antiques, you'll want to visit one of Rocky Mount's many flea markets or antique shops. Two of the most popular are the Stockyard Flea Market in nearby Wallace, which offers local produce as well as antique farm tools, and almost anything else you might need or want; and the 301 Craft and Flea Market.
  • Traditional shopping abounds! There are several plazas and malls in Rocky Mount where you can get household staples, including food, as well as eat out, see a movie or go bowling. Golden East Crossing is the biggest mall in Rocky Mount; shoppers can also get what they need at Walmart or other stores in the Cobbs Corner Shopping Center.
  • International Festival of Cultures! Every March, this festival allows participants to experience food, customs and culture from around the world by visiting different booths. This is only one of many cultural events Rocky Mount holds each year. Residents also look forward to the annual July Fourth Celebration.
  • Museums! Rocky Mount is home to several interesting and unique museums. Among them is the Country Doctor Museum, which features the restored offices of two country doctors from the 1800s as well as medical equipment and supplies from that era. The Rocky Mount Fire Museum plays homage to the fire department by providing photographs of firemen from the past and equipment from the original No. 2 Firehouse that now is home to the museum.
  • Historic landmarks! Several buildings in Rocky Mount have been designated as historic landmarks. The Rocky Mount Village Mills Historic District features an intact mill village from the 1800s; some of the homes are currently being restored to their original layout to make this village even more authentic. The People's Bank Building is also an historic building, as it was originally built in 1918 and still houses the People's Bank today.
  • Plentiful rentals! Nearly half -- 45% -- of all Rocky Mount residents rent their homes rather than owning them. The median rent is $669 per month, and you can find some rent to own homes on Greenwood Ave. or Butternut Ct.
  • Creative Arts! Art devotees will want to visit the Arts Center inside the Imperial Center, which features a permanent collection of visual arts exhibits. Those who are into performing arts will be interested in The Theatre, a community playhouse that puts on local productions of Broadway and off-Broadway plays.
  • Outdoor activities! There are plenty of outdoor activities throughout the year, thanks to Rocky Mount's warm summers and mild winters. Inside Sunset Park is the Spray Park, which features computer-controlled water sprays for cooling off during the summer, and Englewood Park features tennis courts.
  • Low Housing Prices! Housing in Rocky Mount is relatively inexpensive; average housing costs excluding mortgage or rent payment are $765 per month. You can find some deals on rent to own properties along Hunter Hill Rd. and N. Raleigh St.
  • Homes to buy! More than 50% of properties are owner occupied, and there are homes available for purchase throughout Rocky Mount's 10 neighborhoods. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Little Raleigh and Edgement.
  • Home ownership options! Some people prefer to purchase rent to own houses and use their rent as a down payment on the home. N. Pine St. and City Center are two areas where you might be able to negotiate a lease with option to own.
  • Community development! Residents are encouraged to sit on community development communities, which aid in the building of new homes and restoration of old homes. More than 60% of the homes are single-unit, detached dwellings. You can find some of them on Easonburg and Goldrock Rd.