Rent to Own Homes near Northglenn, CO

  • With 300 days of sunshine a year, warm summers and snowy winters, living in Northglenn might just be the perfect town for the person who wants it all. After all, the 35,000 residents of Northglenn get a pretty fair deal when it comes to neighborhood recreation and nearby entertainment, with dozens of parks, numerous hiking trails, and the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park and thriving downtown Denver ensuring there's always something to do.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Northglenn, CO

  • Sounds of summer! Enjoy a balmy summer evening by heading down to E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park every Wednesday at 6:30pm for some local music. The Sounds of Summer is a free event, so bring a chair and refreshments and enjoy a night of music alongside several hundred of your Northglenn friends. And don't worry if summer rain threatens the show: it'll be moved to the D.L. Parsons Theatre in case of inclement weather.
  • More bang for your buck! The attractive house prices may entice you, but it's the attractive house sizes that will have you running to Northglenn. Nearly half of the houses in the city have eight or more bedrooms, and you can find apartments with up to three bedrooms in complexes like Regatta. Having so much space means one thing: you'll need to head to the wonderful Cost Plus World Market to find decorations and put your unique stamp your new home.
  • Comfort food and drink! Whether it's for breakfast, lunch, or a celebratory dinner, you'll find that Northglenn's blend of locally owned and franchised establishments cater to all your needs. Before your meal, enjoy a drink in one of the city's inviting bars. For a memorable Saturday night, head to The Glenn Bar and Grill to enjoy some live music before heading in town for a delicious meal at Cinzetti's or Longhorn Steakhouse.
  • Parks galore! With 26 parks spread across the city, you'll find all the trails, lakes, fields and courts you need to stay active in Northglenn. Grab your baseballs, footballs, and soccer balls and head to Northwest Open Space for a day of communal outdoor fun, or simply pack a picnic for a sunny day out to Charles C. Winburn Park.
  • A great investment! Northglenn is a city on the rise, and not just because of events like Art on Parade and the nationally recognized Northglenn Youth Theatre. House prices have risen by 11.8 percent in the past year and are forecasted to go up by a further 3.8 percent in the next year alone. Buying a house or choosing to rent to own now means that you can get a great deal and watch your investment continue to grow in the years to come.