Rent to Own Homes near Marietta, GA

  • Beautiful, affordable homes! If you're looking for rent to own houses or homes for sale, you'll find something to fall in love with just about anywhere in town, thanks to Marietta's famed housing market filled with lovely homes. On Stillwater Lake Lane, you can get a 3,304-square-foot five-bedroom home for less than $330,000. Likewise, over on Plantation Meadow, you'll find a brand new, beautiful three-bedroom for less than $250,000.

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

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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Marietta, Georgia

  • Great house rentals! Whether you want a rent to own home or a month to month rental, Marietta offers a wide variety of affordable properties to choose from. On Indian Springs Drive a 1,290-square-foot four-bedroom ranch-style home rents for less than $980 a month. On Chapel Hill Lane, a 2,080-square-foot four-bedroom rents for less than $1,400.
  • Active townhouse and condo market! Rent to own properties and units for sale abound in Marietta's active townhouse/condo market. On Audubon Drive, a lovely three-bedroom townhouse sells for around $200,000. On Windy Ridge Pkwy, you can get a 1,527-square-foot two-bedroom condo for somewhere in the neighborhood of $325,000.
  • Lots of apartments! If you prefer apartment living, you'll have lots to choose from in this city. On Franklin Road, you can get a three-bedroom for less than $950 a month, while on Power Springs Road you can get a two-bedroom for less than $900.
  • Land to live in! Marietta's real estate market always has plenty of land parcels to invest in. You can get a 2.27-acre residential lot at Allgood Road for less than $380,000 or a beautiful wooded 7.7-acre lot off Dallas Highway for around $575,000.
  • Great historic sites! Tourists from around the world gather at Marietta's famous Gone With the Wind Movie Museum, which features artifacts from the iconic 1939 movie. If you're a Civil War buff, you'll enjoy a visit to the Marietta Museum of History, which features Civil War items and other local artifacts.
  • Fantastic shows! Love live shows? The Earl Smith Strand Theatre features a full schedule of theatrical performances throughout the year. Dance mavens support the Georgia Metropolitan Dance Theatre, which offers a great season of classical and jazz dance performances.
  • Lovely parks! Grover Park is a local favorite, with a picturesque gazebo and beautiful landscaping. Lovely 25-acre Laurel Park has 13 lighted tennis courts and a great walking trail.
  • Good eats! Check out the Marietta Diner, which features classics like chicken fried steak and meatloaf. Another perennial favorite is Shillings on the Square, which houses the Streetside Grill and Top of the Square; both offer entrees such as filet mignon and broiled lobster.
  • Great neighborhood bars! Those in the know flock to Johnnie MacCracken's, where you'll find a Celtic atmosphere and a humongous beer list. For awesome drink specials, check out Hemingway's Bar & Grill, which also offers great pub grub.
  • Fun things to do! For a great day of adventures, check out Six Flags White Water, a nationally-famous theme park where the emphasis is on awesome water rides. If you'd rather go sightseeing, visit the Historic Marietta Trolley Company and take a trolley ride.
  • Go golfing! The City Club of Marietta has a challenging course with rolling hills flocked by Georgia Pines. Another popular course is at Indian Hills Country Club, which features 27 challenging holes in a course designed by Joe Lee.
  • Super shopping! The city's premier shopping center is Cumberland Mall, which has 150 nationally-known retailers. Savvy shoppers also browse Marietta Square, which features locally-owned shops and a popular farmer's market.
  • Year-round festivals! Marietta hosts a variety of entertaining festivals throughout the year. One favorite is Harvest Square, an annual arts and crafts festival held every October. At the end of the festival, locals gather for the traditional Zombie Walk. Another major locals' event is the annual Freedom Parade, held every Fourth of July.