Rent to Own Homes near Fountain, CO

  • Situated in Central Colorado, Fountain is named after the Fountain Creek which runs through town. An historic train wreck put the city on the map when a freight, carrying 18 tons of explosives, collided with a passenger train, resulting in a massive explosion that formed a 15-foot crater. The blast is commemorated each year with a street dance at the towns City Hall Plaza.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Fountain, CO

  • High-end homes! Valuable rent to own houses can be found near Link and C And S Roads. Median home values here are $212,806 and rental prices average $1,156 per month. Proximity to Jimmy Camp Creek as well as the fantastic fried rice and sesame chicken at Dragon King Chinese Restaurant make this a great community to call yours.
  • Luscious lunch options! The area has some incredible BBQ restaurants. Enjoy local favorite, Colorado Smokehouse, by ordering pulled pork with Carolina-style sauce or Brisket marinated in true Kansas City fashion. The in-house cobblers are also noteworthy. For those that appreciate the Oklahoma style fare, the Bird Dog BBQ across town serves it up proper and boasts a mean Smokehouse Sandwich and delicious fried okra.
  • Affordable rental units! Near Fountain Mesa Road and Comanche Village Drive, you'll find small single-family homes up for grabs. Average rental costs here are $708, lower than 84 percent of Colorado neighborhoods. Living in this community, you'll be close to Highway 25 and Fountain Creek Regional Park, which is full of outdoor activities and lush nature-filled settings with views of Pike's Peak.
  • Get your caffeine fix! Cappucino's, Chai Tea Lattes and pastries are a great way to start the day and local gem, Pony Espresso, offers it all along with a quaint atmosphere and drive-thru for those who like to take their coffee to go. For a joint that offers ice cream, pastries and standard coffee shop fare, try bright and spacious Ice Y Hot.
  • Support local farms! Shop for fruits, vegetables and meat products at the various area markets. Hillbilly Farms specializes in herbs, vegetables and even whole animals by contract is nearby. Localvore Colorado Co-Op, carrying healthy fare that was crafted close to home, is a great stop as well.
  • Outdoor adventures! Whether it's tee time at Appletree Golf Course or skateboarding in Metcalfe park, the town has a lot to offer. Picnics, hiking, biking trails and fishing are just some of the activities residents enjoy year-round.