Rent to Own Homes near Paris, TX

  • A 65-foot Eiffel Tower replica might normally look a little out of place in Texas, but the citizens of Paris, the county seat of Lamar, Texas, have topped it with a red cowboy hat for a little local flavor. Although Dallas is only two hours away, there's plenty to do without ever leaving Paris, including golf, shopping, dining and visits to the community theater. With an average commute time of only 15.5 minutes, Paris citizens have ample opportunity to take advantage of everything their city offers.

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Top 7 Reasons to Live in Paris, TX

  • Historical Buildings! Many old buildings in Paris are historically significant, including the Wise House, a beautiful three-story building with Queen Anne style masonry. The present day Lamar County Courthouse was built from pink granite in 1917 in the Classical Revival style. The 146-year-old Sam Bell Maxey House is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and a popular local attraction. These and other buildings imbue Paris neighborhoods with unique character.
  • Famous Art! Perhaps the most famous attraction in the city is a 12-foot tall statue of Jesus Christ located in Evergreen Cemetery, the final resting place of around 50,000 people, including famous names such as John J. Culbertson, the man who lends his name to the Culbertson Fountain. Made from Carrera marble, the fountain is the standout piece of architecture in the town's square.
  • Lots of Fishing! With a rent to own home in Paris, you'll enjoy some of the best fishing in the area. Lake Crook, spread over 1060 acres, is stocked with largemouth bass and white crappie. Anglers prefer a 100-foot fishing area between two boat ramps. Pat Mayse Lake, located 12 miles north of the city, covers 5,940 acres and is the site for the yearly Uncle Jesse's Big Bass competition. Buy your fishing supplies from Brannan's Bass Shop on U.S Highway 271.
  • Activities all year round! The good folk of Paris organize fun activities throughout the year. Test your dancing skills at the annual Chaparral Square Dance convention held at the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce. The annual Tour de Paris cycling competition, which begins from the Love Civic Center, brings out bicyclists, volunteers and onlookers. In summer, citizens are treated to a concert by the Paris Municipal Band, which plays in Bywaters Park.
  • Trail de Paris! It's a 6.9-mile stretch that's popular with bikers, joggers and skaters. Join yoga enthusiasts at the Outdoor Yoga Park, situated on the southern side of the trail. Spring is a good time for lepidopterists to visit the Butterfly Garden, along the PJ Corridor, which is a part of the trail.
  • Low rents! House rental prices in Paris are low. Rates in City Center are lower than those in more than 90 percent of the neighborhoods in the state. The neighborhood offers the advantage of easy access to eateries, such as Jaxx Burgers and Paris Bakery, located at the intersection of U.S Highway 82 and U.S Highway 271, both of which pass through City Center.
  • Property Values are Rising! Over the past ten years, house values in Paris have increased at a rate of 36.7 percent, which is three times the national average. The median property value in the Paris neighborhood of North Main Street is lower than those in 99 percent of the neighborhoods in America. This neighborhood houses two parks, Record Park and Parker Park, and is close to the Dubuis Hospital of Paris.