Rent to Own Homes near Maple Valley, WA

  • Three men passed through the Maple Valley area while working on a nearby trail and decided to call it home. When picking out a name, they threw folded slips of paper into a hat and Vine Maple Valley was chosen. The,"Vine," portion was later dropped and the town in southwest Washington went on to become home to booming coal, lumber and railroad endeavors. Residents can revisit the past at a park located where Gaffney's Grove once stood.

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Top 5 Reasons To Live In Maple Valley, Washington

  • Get a caffeine fix! Village Coffee serves handcrafted lattes and fresh brew from nearby Java Java Coffee Roasters. Locals also enjoy the pastries and tea at this location as well as their convenient drive-through service. City Perk Espresso, across town, delivers a charming atmosphere along with stellar coffee laden beverages which are sourced from area roasters. This local favorite offers pastries and breakfast sandwiches to accompany their coffee.
  • Soaring home values! In the Hobart community, the median home value is $501,513. A rent to own house here is certain to be a wise investment. Proximity to Tiger Mountain State Forest as well as Interstate 90 make the neighborhood even more alluring. Cedar Grove is another area worth a look, as this section of town boasts a median home value of $500,781.
  • Get some fresh air! Outdoor activities range from hiking and equestrian jaunts around the Tiger Mountain trails. Locals indulge in leisurely strolls around the Lake Wilderness Arboretum to take stock of the local plant life in all its glory. Lake Wilderness offers more than shrubbery, however, and residents can enjoy the beachfront or rent boats that will carry them downstream.
  • Available Abodes! Finding a beautiful property to call home won't be difficult if you look in the Cherokee Bay Park neighborhood. With a vacancy rate of 13.2, which is higher than 67.7 percent of American neighborhoods, this area surrounds Lake Lucerne. Median home values around this neighborhood are $305,742.
  • Dining options to suit any palette! The city has various eating establishments and depending on their mood, residents can choose from Japanese fare at Himitsu Teriyaki Restaurant or Four Corner Teriyaki. They can also opt for Mexican at La Fogata where favorites include the chicken mole and enchilada dinners. For pizza lovers, MOD Pizza offers thin crust, brick oven pies that delight with fresh ingredients and inventive combinations.