Rent to Own Homes near Cartersville, GA

  • Cartersville, GA has been around since 1850, nestled in the hills northwest of Atlanta. This city of more than 19,000 people offers equal amounts of charm and character. In the downtown area, you can see the very first outdoor Coca-Cola sign, which dates back to 1894. In the city's northern part, camels, emus and other unusual farm animals roam around at Pettit Creek Farms. From quaint historic sites to modern theatrical productions, Cartersville provides residents with an abundance of things to do and see.

Check out over 300 Cartersville, GA 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 Cartersville, GA

  • More homes on the market! The number of homes for sale in Cartersville is on the rise, so you have plenty of properties from which to choose. To find homes that have the highest appreciation rates in the area, focus your search on the Cassville and McCallie neighborhood or the Sugar Valley Road SW and Road 1 S area.
  • Tons of rental options! Roughly 40 percent of properties in Cartersville are renter-occupied. The rental vacancy rate is also more than three times higher than the national average, so finding apartments, homes for rent or rent to own houses should be easy. Look in the Center and Happy Hollow neighborhood or the Rodgers neighborhood for available rentals.
  • Historical attractions! Cartersville is home to the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, which gives you a chance to see an impressive archaeological area. The Bartow History Museum lets you explore the city's history and wander through a one-room schoolhouse and pioneer cabins.
  • Science and culture! At the Tellus Science Museum, you can view dinosaur fossils, observe the stars at the planetarium and see a replica of Apollo I. The Booth Western Art Museum contains paintings, sculptures and other art from the American West, as well as presidential portraits.
  • Outdoor recreation! Visit Red Top Mountain State Park, where you can stay in a yurt, go water skiing, hike scenic nature trails and see a reconstructed 1860s homestead. Dellinger Park offers an Olympic-size pool, tennis courts, a 4-acre lake and walking trails.
  • Dining options galore! Enjoy Southern fried chicken, a fried green tomato BLT or shrimp and grits at the City Cellar Restaurant. Cool off with some Hawaiian-style shaved ice or a banana split at Coconuts.
  • Specialty shopping! Purchase handmade pottery, jewelry or paintings at Spring Place Pottery and Artists' Gallery. At Cartersville Antique Gallery, you can browse through aisles of 19th-century furniture, including Victorian and Empire pieces.