Rent to Own Homes near Henderson, KY

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Henderson, KY

  • Nestled along the picturesque Ohio River, Henderson, KY is gifted with 17.1 square miles of lush vegetation and wooded forestry. It is home to The Sloughs, a popular winter destination for hunters and campers. The town's natural vibe is balanced by a thriving downtown, where you can get local jewelry at The Gold Mine, find unique trinkets at Horsefeathers Gifts and enjoy live music at Rockhouse at Wolf's.

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  • Blues, burgoos and barbeques! Henderson hosts the Bluegrass in the Park Folk Life Festival every August. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy the event's tatting and quilting crafts, spicy burgoo cuisine and bluegrass music performed by the likes of Alison Krauss, Glen Campbell and Bill Monroe. The Atkinson Park and the Audubon Mill Park are favorite venues for this festival.
  • Get to know the Birdman! Step into the John James Audubon State Park on Route 41, built in honor of famous ornithologist John James Audubon. Explore nature trails and old-growth trees in the 700-acre park, check out art inspired by Audubon's Birds of America series and visit the nesting birds at the tower of the nearby Audubon Natural Museum.
  • Thriving home and business rental properties! Henderson welcomes businesses and new residents supporting its vision for citywide development. As such, there are various homes for rent, for sale and for lease. Downtown Main Street and Water Street have retail and restaurant spaces while First Street and Elm Street have upper story apartments with lower floor commercial spaces. Stop by one of the many coffee shops in these areas, like Planter's Coffee House or The Sidewalk Cafe to keep you going.
  • A league of their own! Test your pitching skills at the Henderson Park Field on North Elm Street, which hosted the 1994 and the 1996 Bambino World Series. With 5,500 stadium seats, it's now home to the Henderson All-Stars. Before its claim to fame, the park served as home to Henderson's Little League and Pony League.
  • Great time to own a home! Home values in Henderson are increasing, from an average of $70,000 in 2000 to $100,000 in 2010. This means purchasing a Henderson home is a good investment. While home ownership value is increasing, the average house price is still significantly lower than the state average. If you're not ready to buy, consider the rent to own option. Begin your home search in Audubon Heights then scour the thriving neighborhoods in the East End areas of Weaverton and Audubon.