Rent to Own Homes near Angleton, TX

  • Angleton is a small town in Texas with a big history. Located in Brazoria County, it's a part of the Houston metropolitan area. It's closer to the Gulf of Mexico than it is to downtown Houston, and most of its residents think that's just fine. It's a long way from the big city in spirit, too, and epitomizes all the best of small-town life.

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

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Top 7 Reasons to Live in Angleton, TX

  • Meet your neighbors! Twice yearly Market Days attract vendors and visitors from across the state, and the Austin Town Festival and Brazoria County Fair are big draws for residents and tourists alike. The 70-foot tall Stephen F. Austin statue also evokes a sense of community pride.
  • Sense of History! Museums are plentiful and include Columbia Historical Museum, Lake Jackson Historical Museum and the Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historical Park.
  • Celebrations abound! Residents celebrate in style, with fireworks and a community-wide party for the Fourth of July, a popular Father-Daughter Dance that the whole town turns out for in February, and Pancakes with Santa in December.
  • Eating Out! Italian restaurants are a favorite in Angleton, and two of the best are Giovanni's and Luigi's. Of course, you can also get seafood, pizza and Mexican specialties!
  • Healthy housing market! There is a large supply of homes for sale, and prices are still trending upward, reflecting a healthy market. Rental prices are affordable and relatively stable. Rents have increased about nine percent over the last quarter, so now is the time to find a good spot. This is also a good time to look for rent to own houses. When it's time to get outdoors, visit the butterfly gardens and exercise as you walk the course at Dickey Park, or sign up for a yoga class at the city's Recreation Center.
  • Modern amenities! Because of the hot and humid weather, most homes have central air conditioning; many have garages, and pools are not uncommon, particularly at apartment and townhome complexes. Property values over the past decade have appreciated slightly over 46 percent, reflecting the high quality of homes built here. For views and sea breezes, look for houses in the Bastrop Beach area; or look for housing near the city's natatorium on Valderas St. so you can play in the water any time you want.
  • Keep the Kids Busy! You can be at Surfside or Quintana Beach within minutes or strap into a go-kart at MSR Houston before you can say "Start your engines!" For a different kind of experience, don't miss the tour and displays at Crocodile Encounter, located just north of town.