Rent to Own Homes near Central Falls, RI

Top 6 Reasons to Live in Central Falls, RI

  • Despite encompassing only 1.29 square miles, Central Falls is the most densely populated city in the smallest state, with the total number of residents at more than 20,000. Luckily, the lack of available land does not sacrifice from the overall experience of living in the town. Because many stores are on the main drag, Central Falls has a high walk score of 85, making it a very convenient city for those who like to explore on foot.

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  • Never-ending historical landmarks! Central Falls is home to 12 buildings, homes and churches that are on the National Registry of Historic Places. Although some of the buildings are now privately owned, others like the Central Falls Congregational Church and the Samuel B. Conant House are open to the public for tours.
  • An abundance of museums! Satisfy your sweet tooth with a visit to the Chocolate Mill Overlook. Telling the story of how chocolate is manufactured in America, the museum is open for tours and samples throughout the year. At the Slater Mill Museum, visitors can celebrate and view Central Falls' contributions to the Industrial Revolution in a magnificently maintained 1793 textile mill.
  • Home of the best bakeries in Rhode Island! Skip dinner and head straight for the good stuff with a visit to any of the three bakeries in Central Falls. Start at La Sorpresa Bakery for homemade baked flan before continuing on to El Antojo Bakery for a delicious and refreshing Coconut-Pineapple Mexican Ice Pop. End the tour with a stop at the Three Glass Bakery to try any of their decadent cakes and cupcakes.
  • Experience the natural beauty! Located on the Blackstone River, the Blackstone Valley Explorers provide a guided tour to take you and your guests on a boat ride through the backwoods of Central Falls. You can also head to Jenks Park to explore more than 100 acres of conservation land that includes plenty of hiking trails and places to cross-country ski.
  • Take advantage of a buyer's market! Because there are more than 200 properties for sale in Central Falls, buyers are able to pick and choose their favorite home to make an offer. As a result, homeowners lower their list price as shown by the 30.4% of homes on the market that have had a price cut. Look for rent to own homes in a community like the City Center or along Broad St.
  • Less expensive than nearby towns! The median price of a single-family home in Central Falls is $153,100, whereas in neighboring North Attleborough the median price is $388,428 and $266,200 in Seekonk. The neighborhoods along Lonsdale Ave and Cross St offer the best value.