Rent to Own Homes near Centerville, UT

5 Reasons to Love Living in Centerville, Utah

  • Centerville, Utah, is halfway between Farmington and Bountiful, which is how it eventually got its name. However, it previously bore the monikers of two pioneer families. These days, the city is home to about 15,500 people. With Farmington Bay to the west and the Wasatch Mountains to the east, it's very scenic. Entertainment, community activities and a thriving real estate market create a draw for people wanting to be near Salt Lake City without living in the city.

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  • Solid housing market! The current median home listing price of $259,900 represents a 14 percent increase over the past year. Sellers are confident that home values will continue to grow. Those looking for rent to own opportunities can find options ranging from newer homes along the east side of town with nothing beyond them but the mountains, to more established properties near Stone Creek.
  • Legacy Theatre! A 62,000-square foot multi-venue complex, Centerpoint Legacy Theatre is a regional showcase for interesting performances that also offers educational opportunities for residents. Other cultural sites include the Centerville Branch of the Davis County Library, located adjacent to Porter Walton Park, and Founder's Park, near Centerville Elementary, that has a nice community facility with areas for picnicking.
  • The Wasatch Mountains! Rising up dramatically literally at the edge of town, Bountiful Peak is one of the highest in the Northern Wasatch range and has myriad hiking trials nearby. The Parrish Creek Trailhead is accessed through Centerville and is open year round. In addition, the Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail, an abandoned rail right-of-way, is a nice hike for exploring the sites from the Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area to the south.
  • Nice homes near amenities! The Barnard Creek neighborhood is close to a community park and is near the public tennis courts at Smoot Park. Near Island View Park there are single-family homes within walking distance to the tennis courts. The apartment complexes off 650 North are also close to shopping and freeway access to I-15 via West Parrish Lane.
  • Lots of local entertainment! Grab a treat at Galaxy Frozen Custard on West Parrish Lane before heading out to the movies at Megaplex Theaters over on Legacy Crossing Blvd. For a tasty pie, try Pizza Perfect Italian Restaurant on South Main Street, or, for a different type of slice, golfers can find recreation at Lakeside Golf Course in the southeast part of town.