Rent to Own Homes near Grand Junction, CO

  • Excitement on the Western Slope! Grand Junction is named such because of the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado Rivers. Before railroads and highways existed, the natural path of flow was carved unto this basin by water. To this day, hikers enjoy the Kokopelli and Tabeguaghe trails since they offer steep challenges and exhilarating views.

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14 Reasons to Live in Grand Junction

  • Locally grown fresh produce! Grand Junction is home to numerous orchards. There are homes for rent near Alida's Fruits and Morton's Orchard at an average rate of $1075 per month.
  • A thriving downtown scene! The downtown district is bustling with unique restaurants and owner-operated stores and boutiques. Try the Mexican food at Las Marias and browse the reading selection and keepsakes at Crystal Books and Gifts.
  • A Paradise for mountain bikers! The Twist and Shout and Butterknife riding trails weave through the Orchard Mesa neighborhood. This area offers homes on a rent to own basis at a median price of $123 per square foot.
  • Right in the middle of mine country! The natural beauty of the iron-rich desert soil produces excellent vineyards that thrive in the arid climate. The Graystone and Two Rivers wineries are located in areas with rent to own houses with a median value of $209,823.
  • Rafting on the Colorado River! Rapids for beginners, intermediate rafters and expert river goers offer fun and excitement for everyone. The Westwater Canyon Stretch offers some of the best whitewater conditions in the west and even a chance to spot a bald eagle or two! Adventure Bound River Expeditions can outfit your party at The James M. Robb Colorado River State Park.
  • Breathtaking views! The flat-topped mountain known as Grand Mesa is largest of its kind in the world. It overlooks the Redlands and Durham communities where rent to own homes are available at a median sale price of $188,300.
  • Trails aren't just for bikes and hiking! ATV trail riding is a popular activity in this community. The Grand Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area and trails in Hunter Canyon offer motorized off road thrills. If biking isn't for you but you love to explore the outdoors, try an off road adventure on an ATV.
  • A district colored by tons of outdoor art! Main street in downtown Grand Junction is adorned with art and sculpture. The modern art sculpture in front of City Hall and on Main Street between 2nd and 4th will give you plenty to ponder.
  • Year round angling for fishing enthusiasts! The Colorado and Gunnison rivers offer great fly fishing angler in you. There are also lots of lakes in the area. The Bull Basin and Bull Creek reservoirs on Grand Mesa offer amazing scenery and the chance to get your waders wet fishing with flies and lures.
  • Centrally-located golfing options! The Chiptea Golf course near Highway 50, the Lincoln Park Golf Course off North Avenue and the Bookcliff Country Club off I-70 are all conveniently located within the city limits of Grand Junction. The communities they reside in feature numerous rent to own homes with a median price of $199,00.
  • A community for horse lovers! Thundering Hooves, Roy Yates Horse Training Inc. and Gateway Canyon Resort allow equestrian types to appreciate the area's natural beauty from the back of a horse. Trail rides and riding lessons make for a well rounded education on riding in a scenic and dynamic environment.
  • Plenty of stuff for history buffs! The natural history of the area can be explored in the Museum of the West and in the Dinosaur Journey Museum located within the Museum of Western Colorado. Several paleontology sites in the area have yielded a rich bevy of dinosaur fossils for hands-on learning.
  • Entertaining and educational activities for kids of all ages! Kids can learn about the ecosystem of the Colorado River Basin and plateau in a fun and safe environment at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. The Cross Orchards Living History Farm teaches visitors about turn-of-the-20th-Century railroad cars, apple orchards, weaving and baking with costumed interpreters and authentic tools of the period.