Rent to Own Homes near Lehi, UT

Top 10 Reasons to Live in Lehi

  • Shopping: Shopping opportunities abound in Lehi. From the Outlets at Traverse Mountain, which are located on Cabela's Boulevard, to the Cotton on University Mall, located in nearby Orem, you are sure to find whatever items you may be seeking. Some chain stores, such as Family Dollar and Wal-Mart are also available.

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  • Dining: Dining is a great reason to come to the Lehi area. Tepanyaki Japanese Steak at North 850 East, Cafe Zupas on West Main Street, and the Tower Deli at Thanksgiving Point on North Thanksgiving Way all offer great options for enjoying the foods of the area.
  • Rentals: Cresthaven, located on N. Traverse Mountain Boulevard, and Mayflower Harbor located on North 3250 West, are two of the nicest apartment complexes in the area. Consider homes here if you're looking for a new one to rent or rent to own! If you're going to rent, expect to pay about $617 per month for a studio apartment.
  • Weather: The average weather in Lehi is quite exceptional. Greens Park is a nice place to spend summers, and the Tulip Festival is a great kickoff to the spring. Each season here has a definitive change, but each season is quite mild. Winters range from 17 to 37 degrees and summers range from 56 degrees to 91 degrees each day. Want to look for rent to own homes in this great climate? You can do it. About 20% of homes in the area are rented.
  • History: Lehi has quite an intriguing history. This city was originally designed and settled in 1850 by those that pioneered the Mormon religion. Situated between Provo and Salt Lake City, Lehi has some interesting places to learn about the town's history: the Hutchings Museum and Museum of Ancient Life.
  • Great nightlife: Nightlife abounds in this part of Utah! If you want to have fun after the sun goes down, you'll definitely be able to do it. Scorez Sports Bar is a great place to watch the game, while Lokals is a great place to eat a burger, drink a beer and relax with friends.
  • Parks: Greens Park, Gateway Park and Bandwagon Park all offer various amenities for those looking for a day away from the city. Although situated in the city, each of these parks have a quaint feeling that allows you to experience the beautiful outdoor surroundings.
  • Nearby cities: Orem, Provo and Draper are all cities within 19 miles of the center of Lehi. This close proximity to other cities means better accessibility to jobs and other amenities. The highways that go through Lehi are Interstate 15 and the Mountain View Corridor. Want to look for homes in Lehi proper? You can do it, but look hard! Only 5% of homes in this town are rented.
  • Famous People: J. Leslie Broadbent and Eldred G. Smith are two famous people who have hailed from Lehi, Utah. J. Leslie Broadbent is best known for being the son of a Lehi mayor. Eldred G. Smith lived to the ripe age of 106 years old.
  • Annual Events: The Tulip Festival and the Scottish Days and Highland Games events are two of the most popular annual events within the Lehi, Utah area. To enjoy these festivals close to home, consider buying in town. About 75% of people own their homes in town.