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  • Live Music! Music is a tradition in Auburn and the live venues draw people from all over the region. Piccolo specializes in live jazz and unique cocktails. Bourbon Street Bar has three floors to explore with live music featured nightly on the ground level. The Overall Company features artisan coffee, wine, beer, and cheeses as well as live music.

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Top 11 Reasons to Live in Auburn

  • Beautiful Neighborhoods! There are fourteen neighborhoods with rent to own properties in Auburn. Loachapoka is the largest neighborhood and has a large selection of moderately priced homes. North Auburn is a more exclusive neighborhood with friendly residents and a good selection of houses.
  • Explore History! There are many historic sites near the rent to own homes in Auburn. The Loachapoka Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to numerous homes and a local museum.
  • Delicious Food! Acre uses fresh food from local orchards, farms, and gardens to create authentic southern cuisine. Maestro 2300 features Mediterranean favorites delivered in an old world atmosphere. Toomer's Drugstore has been a community favorite for more than a century and is still serving soda fountain specialties.
  • Retail Therapy! There are plenty of places to shop in Auburn. The Villager showcases regional artists the work in a variety of mediums including handblown glass, jewelry, paintings, and photography. Moxii has a collection of home goods and luxurious linens. The Village Mall has a huge selection of national and regional chain stores as well as a few local gems.
  • Convenient Location! The rent to own houses in Auburn are suitable for people who want to work in the area but they are also conveniently situated to Montgomery, Alabama, and Atlanta, Georgia. Montgomery is about half an hour west of Auburn on I85 and Atlanta is about an hour and a half east on the same highway.
  • Play Outdoors! Chewacla State Park is the destination for cyclists with 15 miles of track and options for experienced and beginning riders. There is also plenty to do off the bike, including hiking, swimming, boating, and camping. Town Creek Park is a 95 acre retreat that has walking and bike trails. The Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve has 110 acres for guests to explore and features hiking trails, a reptile area, butterfly garden, and an orienteering course.
  • Play Indoors! When the weather isn't favorable for outdoor exploration, Auburn has plenty to keep you occupied inside. Uptown Art encourages friends to get together and explore their artistic side. The Sports Academy is an indoor sports extravaganza that has batting cages, pitching mounds, expert coaching and training. Cyberzone has lazer tag and a collection of retro arcade games.
  • A Great Investment! Housing prices reached historic lows and have only recently begun climbing again making now the best time to invest in the local rent to own house. The city population exceeds available properties and both population and home costs are forecast to rise in the coming years.
  • Annual Festivals! There are several festivals held throughout the year. The Auburn City Fest began in 2000 and continues to bring local artists, entertainers, and vendors together for a day of fun on the last Saturday of April. The annual Auburn Wine and Food Festival is held each year and brings the best regional wineries and gourmet food to attendees.
  • Safety First! Auburn is concerned with the safety of its residents. Violent crimes are a rare occurrence in the city and are lower than the state and national average. The Auburn Police Department hold a number of community events to reinforce safety such as the National Night OUT and the Citizen's Public Safety Academy.