Rent to Own Homes near Trussville, AL

  • Trussville, Alabama was developed in the 1930s and takes great pride in the Trussville Mall historical district, designed after the Washington, D.C. Mall and listed on the National Historic Register. The residents talk a lot about the quality of life, which includes playing golf at the Trussville Country Club and bowling at the Lightning Strikes bowling center. The 2013 population was 20,368 but growing. The city that calls itself a suburb of Birmingham was once a well-kept secret, but now the secret is out.

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Top 7 Reasons to Live in Trussville

  • Follow the dictates of the taste buds! Want eclectic? The Rock n Roll Sushi restaurant is the place with its 60s/70s theme. Want home-cooked food without the work? Try Joel's Restaurant. These are just two of 75 restaurants around town.
  • Shopping that never stops! Count 'em - four shopping centers, including the Trussville Shopping Center! The largest is the Pinnacle at Tutwiler Farm, attracting people from multiple counties because it is that nice.
  • Drop into Birmingham! Birmingham is 14 miles south on Interstate 59. Stop off in Irondale to eat at the famous Whistlestop Cafe of Fried Green Tomatoes fame. Keep trekking to the downtown area and visit the UPTOWN Entertainment District.
  • Feel the country while renting in the city! Trussville has a country atmosphere with an urban flair. Rent to own homes have large lots and well developed landscaping. The homes for rent are in subdivisions like popular Tutwiler Farm with its 300 residences. Live close to the city center in the Cahaba Crest area or close to nature in the quieter Argo neighborhood.
  • Take a hike! There are four walking trails, like the twisty paths around the Trussville Sports Complex. For the contemplative soul, Civitan Park is the place where a bridge takes hikers across the beautiful Cahaba River.
  • Rent whatever tickles the fancy! Rent a simple duplex, a trendy condominium, a brand-new apartment, or a splendid home. The rental market is hot! The area experienced a 54.2 percent population growth since 2000, and a third of the homes and apartments were built since then. Neighborhood rentals tickle the wallet because average rents typically run from approximately $600 to $1,200.
  • Save money for playtime! Home-sweet-home property is home-sweet-affordable because the cost-of-living index is approximately 89 percent of the national average. Use the money saved to see a play at the Arts Council of Trussville Area (ACTA) Theater. Grab some tongue-teasing BBQ at Jim n' Nick's before heading to the house.