Rent to Own Homes near Hueytown, AL

  • Hueytown saw its first settlers in 1815, but did not incorporate until 1960 when it had a population of 5,500. The 2013 estimated population was 15,866. It has deep roots in NASCAR racing -- some of the most legendary race car drivers came from Hueytown, including the Allison family and Neil Bonnett. The city is centrally located with Birmingham to the north and Tuscaloosa to the south, both easy to reach via I-59.

Check out over 300 Hueytown, AL rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.

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Top 7 Reasons to Live in Hueytown, AL

  • Great Place to Find Rentals! The apartments and rent to own homes are plentiful. More than 21-percent of all properties are rentals. The vacancy rate is only 7 percent because the area is conveniently located and has affordable housing in pleasant neighborhoods like Edenwood and Virginia Estates.
  • Down Home Cooking Close to Home! Turn the stove off, search out the restaurants, and order food that tastes like grandma is busy in the kitchen. What else is expected from a place called Home Plate Diner? If hankering for some authentic hushpuppies, head directly to Bryant's Seafood World.
  • Party at Home! Serve dips from Gemini Treats and guests will wonder when the next party is scheduled. For an international experience, try the take-out food from the popular Shanghai Chinese Restaurant in the River Square Plaza Shopping Center.
  • Expanded Available Properties! Hueytown annexed over 14 square miles and now has newly-built subdivisions like the Westwind Subdivision and areas of well-established rental homes and apartments. Cruising Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive Parkway is a good starting point. Most neighborhoods are conveniently located close to essential businesses like the Baptist Health Center and the Y Grocery.
  • Get Healthy the Right Way! How about a nice game of softball? Contact Hueytown Dixie Softball and inquire about the next events. Iron Works Fitness is happy to help residents create some muscle tone in a world class facility with an amazing array of equipment and fitness classes.
  • Mild Weather! August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 81 degrees. Perfect weather to spend time in Davey Allison Ball Park! The lowest average temperature of 47 degrees occurs in January. Stay warm inside at Uncle Sam's Barbecue while eating an open-faced pork sandwich.
  • Find the Inner Arts and Crafts Aficionado! Carousel Ceramics & Pottery is filled with garden gnomes and other delightful unfinished items that are ready for painting. Once completed, try selling them at the GopherHole Arts, Crafts & Gifts Show held each year in early spring.