Rent to Own Homes near Dunwoody, GA

  • Get moving to Dunwoody! Once you're here, grab your cup of morning coffee at Cafe Intermezzo or Dunwoody Cafe before you begin your search for a home. Be sure to Mayfair Park or The Woodlands neighborhoods in your search!

Check out over 300 Dunwoody, GA rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.

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Top 10 Reasons to Live in Dunwoody, GA

  • Affordable housing! The average mortgage is $2,000. The average cost of a home is $300,000. If you're interested in renting a home, the average rent is $900 per month. About half of all residents own their own homes, including in the Oxford Chase or Dunwoody North areas.
  • Delectable delights! Indulge yourself in Mediterranean cuisine at Cafe Sababa. You will think you're overseas with the lamb burger, the Falafel or the Shawarma Platter. Watching your weight? All of Seasons 52's menu items are less than 500 calories! Enjoy steak and seafood at Joey D's Oak Room. Overcome your hunger with delicious Italian sandwiches at E. 48th Street Market.
  • Nice vacancy rate! With more than 21,000 homes, Dunwoody has an impressive vacancy rate of 10%, which means you can find a home in Bellewood or St. Andrews Circle and avoid all of the competition.
  • Storied history! Before 2008, Dunwoody wasn't even a city, but a section of Atlanta! Dunwoody's history may not be as familiar as Atlanta's, but it is rich. Founded in the early 19th century, the city was named after Civil War Major Charles Dunwoody. Be sure to check out the Dunwood Farm House, too, since it is also on the National Register of Historic Places!
  • Cultural and educational attractions! Art and science fans will enjoy the many exhibits at the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. History buffs will love touring the Donaldson-Bannister Farm and home.
  • Discover the outdoors! Nature lovers will enjoy the Dunwoody Nature Preserve. Discover every rock, plant and herb you can think of here. Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area provides all the outdoor fun you can imagine: hiking, biking, canoeing, boating, fishing -- even basketball!
  • Fun attractions! The Georgia Aquarium is located just down the road in Atlanta. Take a peek at a wide range of underwater species. During the hot summer, take a trip to Six Flags White Water for a day of fun and excitement of water and regular roller coaster rides.
  • Affordable neighborhoods! Get a taste of history in Dunwoody Village -- a neighborhood with deep Southern history all its own. Most of the affordable homes were built before the 1950s. Winters Chapel is a growing area with two huge parks, including the Windwood Hollow Park, which is a popular place for walkers and runners. The 10.65% vacancy rate gives plenty of room for you to shop around!
  • Shop until you drop! You will never run out of places to shop in Dunwoody. Drop some bucks in the Dunwoody Shopping Center, Dunwoody Village Shopping Center and the famous and very large Perimeter Mall Shopping Center. Since 46.17% of all homes are detached homes, you won't have to worry about having enough room for all your new goodies.