Rent to Own Homes near Burien, WA

  • A suburban city of around 50,000 residents just south of Seattle, Burien is an art lover's paradise. In fact, there are twenty-three public art pieces on display throughout the city. The Burien Community Center houses its own art gallery. The Moshier Art Center houses a ceramics studio and studio spaces for artists. Live theater doesn't come up short either -- the Barien Actors Theater puts on live performances four times a year, and the Highline Symphonic Band keeps the music flowing year-round.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Burien, WA

  • Strong housing growth! Burien's population is growing strong -- 49.7% since the community was incorporated. An annexation in 2010 led to a further increase; about 50,000 residents call this town home. But good deals still abound on homes, whether you want to live near Seahurst Park's vast open spaces or walk to the Safeway grocery near the Burien Community Center. From hiking to shopping, there are plenty of choices.
  • A revitalized downtown! The town center features boutiques, restaurants, and cafes after renovations in 2009 developed 70,000 plus feet of retail space, a park, and condominiums. From unique books at Burien Books to the Natural Pet Pantry and Statements Home Decor, there is a bevy of interesting shops to explore in a quaint and charming area.
  • Housing variety and affordability! Rental homes in Burien are lower in price then 68.2% of other Washington state neighborhoods. And you can choose from small to medium single family homes and a variety of apartments, all located near the beautiful blue Puget Sound and only 22 minutes from Seattle. Whether you rent to own near the well-stocked Burien Library or close to pretty Arbor Lake Park, there are many great community spots to select.
  • Great events! Community spirit thrives here, from the summer Wild Strawberry Festival to a May through October Farmers Market and the Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival in September. Enjoy galleries, shops, and eateries at the Olde Burien block party downtown, or dress warmly for the music and shopping at Winterfest. Don't forget music in the park weekly during the summer.
  • Eclectic eats abound! From cozy neighborhood cafes, like 909 Coffee and Wine, to fine dining at the Mark Restaurant and Bar, there are an abundance of dining choices. Try a delicious prime rib or juicy, local salmon.