Rent to Own Homes near Burlington, KY

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Burlington, KY

  • Home to a residential community of around 16,000 people, Burlington is the county seat of Kentucky's Boone County. Covering an area of a little under 9 square miles, the city lies along Burlington Pike, some 16 miles southwest of Cincinnati. The area is perhaps best known for its popular antiques show at the Boone County Fairgrounds, but there's more to Burlington than dusty furniture; it's the kind of place that you'd be proud to call home.

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  • Choice of neighborhoods! If you plan to commute, Boone Woods is close to the I-71 and Burlington Pike, and is near amenities such as the public library and the Kroger grocery store. Choose a home in the Town Center and you'll be right in the heart of things and close to popular spots such as the Tousey House Tavern and the Little Britain Farm Carriage.
  • Putt the day away! Spend a day on the greens at Meadowood Golf Course, which offers a 9-hole course. After you practice your swing, stop by Wyatt's Bar & Grill for a drink and an order of the Fire Fries.
  • Endless recreation! When you're not out earning a living, you'll have plenty to keep you occupied in Burlington. Explore the Gunpowder Creek Nature Park and England-Idlewild Park, practice your swing at the Boone Links Golf Course or head further afield to enjoy area attractions. The Ohio River is within easy reach, as are the Newport Aquarium, Florence Mall and the Purple People Bridge.
  • Stable housing market! Three-quarters of the properties in Burlington are owner-occupied, and a median house price of around $166,000 means it's realistic for many people to get on the property ladder. If you'd prefer to rent, or are looking at rent to own options, your best chance of finding your dream digs is between May and August. Expect a monthly charge of around $800 for a two-bedroom apartment on Tanglewood Court or Taylor Drive.
  • Delicious dining! Skyline Chili on Limaburg Road is possibly the most well-known restaurant in Burlington, but your chances to indulge your inner foodie don't end there. The Lucky Duck Pub is great for fish and chips, while Sweet Street Cake, a hole-in-the-wall bakery, is something of a local legend thanks to its scrumptious cupcakes and muffins. If you're in the mood for a TV dinner, House of Tang does a mean takeout.