Rent to Own Homes near Kaysville, UT

7 Reasons to Live in Kaysville, UT

  • Kaysville, UT is sandwiched right between Great Salt Lake and Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, which means it offers plenty of scenic views. The city has more than 27,000 residents living on about 10 square miles of land. This may not seem like much space, but there's plenty to do in this friendly city, like strolling through the gardens at USU Botanical Center or participating in the Wasatch Front 100-Mile Race. Kaysville gives you plenty to enjoy all year round.

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  • Lower listing prices! Listing prices in Kaysville have dropped slightly, so this is the perfect time to look for homes for sale. Search in the West Kaysville neighborhood, where homes have high appreciation rates. The downtown area also has good appreciation rates and gives you easy access to local favorite Granny Annie's Family Restaurant.
  • Low rental rates! Kaysville has rental rates that are lower than the US average, but it doesn't have a high number of rental options overall. Keep a close watch for available apartments, homes for rent or rent to own houses in the E. Burton Ln. and S. 50 W. neighborhood, or in the N. 1300 East St. and E. 200 N. neighborhoods.
  • Baked goods! When you want the taste of baked goods without having to do the baking yourself, head to Bun Basket 'N Bakery. Visit this delightful spot for freshly baked cookies, brownies, sweet rolls and stuffed bread sticks. You can also get cupcakes, cookies and other treats at Sugar Daisy Bakery.
  • Community events! Kaysville offers a ton of community events all year round. Join other local residents on the trails at Flint St. and Webb Ln. to celebrate National Trails Day in June. Attend the annual New Year's Eve Celebration at the DHS Commons area.
  • Arts and entertainment! Pack a blanket and watch movies on the big screen at Heritage Park during the Movies in the Park summer series. Listen to Kaysville's Celebration Chamber Orchestra perform special concerts throughout the year.
  • Outdoor fun! Cherry Hill offers a water park, miniature golf, outdoor concerts and a jungle maze. It also has campsites, so you can grab your hiking boots, snowshoes or mountain bike and head to East Mountain Wilderness Park for outdoor excitement.
  • Great casual dining! Enjoy sweet pork and some fried ice cream served in a friendly atmosphere at Pepperbelly's. Have some comfort food at the roadhouse-style Winger's Grill and Bar.