Rent to Own Homes near Reisterstown, MD

Top 4 Reasons to Live in Reisterstown

  • Parts of Reisterstown look as if they are postcard subjects, with white columned homes, perfectly landscaped grounds, and horses grazing in green pastures. Curving streets and rolling hills make visitors forget that it is only minutes from Baltimore and near enough to the power centers of the nation to be within commuting distance. With 25,000 residents, it may be rooted in the past, but its spirit is modern.

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  • Shopping! Wegman's Market in Reisterstown is a destination shopping experience and can be a day-long excursion. Place an order with the butcher and it will be ready when you're ready to pick it up. Go for breakfast, or for lunch, spend half a day shopping and pick up fresh sushi or a gourmet coffee before you leave. It's an adventure for the first-timer, to say the least. Overwhelming? Maybe. Residents love it, and visitors can't forget it. Constellation Books is another unique shopping destination, with First Friday wine tastings and live music, and complimentary coffee or tea anytime.
  • Varied property options! Depending on your household needs, you'll find rental homes in a variety of neighborhood settings or rent to own houses on large lots near woods and parks. Pick a location that will allow you to walk to your office, or jump on the freeway for a commute into Washington, D.C. On lazy weekends, meet up with friends for Sunday brunch at Java Mamma's Coffee Shop & Eatery before playing a round of golf at Mitchell's Golf Complex.
  • Reasonable rents! In addition to availability, rental prices have stabilized and are lower than county and state averages. Apartment communities and houses for rent are almost all pet friendly. Let your dog run and socialize at nearby Hannah More Dog Park while you work out and practice at the Skate Park.
  • Reisterstown Festival! Summer lasts a little longer here, and the entire community gets involved. Think State Fair and traveling carnival combined, with a parade, fireworks, food, music, children's activities, crafts, and a beer garden; all during two fun-filled days in September. Volunteers plan all year for it, and proceeds go to benefit local business, charities and rec leagues. When the weather turns finally cold, there's always the Reisterstown Sports Complex with plenty of indoor programs and entertainment.