Located just outside the city limits of Houston, the City of Stafford has been named one of the best places to live in Texas because of its affordable cost of living, stable housing market and numerous local venues that foster a thriving community. With a population estimated at 17,000, Stafford's climate is characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters.
Check out 300 Stafford, TX rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
Leading libraries for book worms! Whether you like to study or are an avid reader, Stafford is home to two of the largest libraries in the region. The Marmie George Library features more than 4,900 square feet of space and over 50,000 books. Considered one of the best research institutions in the state, the Sugar Land Branch Library provides free WiFi access to the public and thousands of ebooks for rent.
Outdoor recreation at its best! Municipal parks take up 35.6 acres of land in Stafford. Of that land, Stafford City Park is the largest with nearly 16 acres of land that includes a playground, multiple soccer and football fields, basketball courts, picnic benches, and much more. For just $10, residents can gain access to the City Pool at the Stafford Community Center.
Plenty of entertainment for all! The Stafford Performing Arts Theatre and Convention Centre has a 1,000 seat theater, a 20,000 square foot ballroom, 28 acres of outdoor recreational space for festivals and rooms for meetings, banquets and more. Head to the Stafford Civic Center for high school sports championship games or for the annual rodeo.
Delicious cuisine to fulfill every craving! Considered a meat lovers dream, the Tradicao Brazilian Steakhouse serves a never-ending assortment of mouth watering meats served with traditional South American sauces. Because everything is bigger in Texas, the Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen takes each dish to a larger level with entrees that could fill two or three plates.
Affordable rent in great neighborhoods! The median rent price in Stafford is just $1,239, which is substantially less expensive than the Houston Metro median of $1,450. Inexpensive rent to own homes are available in a great neighborhood like South Main Street and W Airport Boulevard.
Fantastic price cuts! Buyers are able to take advantage of a motivated seller by making an offer below the asking price because 35.3 percent of listings in Stafford have had a price cut. The best house deals can be had in areas like the City Center and South Kirkwood Road.
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