Rent to Own Homes near Pullman, WA

  • Pullman is a small town surrounded by other small towns and a lot of open land, but its population of just over 31,000 is forward-thinking and active in just about every way. There are community events planned for every season, abundant parks and wildlife trails, and good roads and transportation options to keep residents connected with the larger world. Pullman is also known for its arts community, and its "foodie" culture!

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Top 6 Reason to Move to Pullman, WA

  • Hill City! College Hill, one of the city's four hills, boasts some fine examples of Craftsman architecture and original brick streets. No matter which hill you choose you'll find a host of neighborhood activities. On weekends, you can meet friends at Cougar Country Drive-In for great burgers, or enjoy an upscale dinner at The Hilltop Restaurant or Black Cypress.
  • Outdoor Living! Enjoy Pullman's 17 parks, and 15 miles of walking, running and biking paths. Rent a bike from B & L Bicycles and hit the road -- it's an easy 8 miles to Moscow, Idaho. While you're there, sample the brew at Moscow Brewery, or stay closer to home with the latest flavor from Whiskey Barrel Cider Company. Summers are warm and dry and winters moderate, although the temperature can dip into the 20s, and you'll almost certainly have a chance for a snowball fight.
  • Energy Efficient Homes! Pullman is a "green" city, selected in 2010 to participate in a 5-year Smart Grid project that is expected to boost renewable energy resources, help contain costs and provide greater consumer flexibility. Check on Smart Grid availability when you find a rent to own house or an apartment. Real estate prices in Pullman are approximately 20% lower than the rest of the state, while apartment rents are almost 28% below the statewide median.
  • Great Places to Live and Work! Wherever you live in Pullman, your commute should be a short one. A lot of residents choose to walk to work! Pick from homes and apartments on College Hill or check out the Pullman Junction/Staley area where you'll find abundant studios and small apartments and houses. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories is a major employer, and a major force in the international power industry. Healthcare is outstanding, with the Pullman Regional Hospital rated in the top 1 percent in the nation for patient satisfaction.
  • Great Location! The surrounding agricultural land means you can buy fresh produce, herbs and other goodies in season at Fluirse Farms. They also sell seeds if you want to start a garden. If you're looking for more active outdoor fun, head south toward Lewiston, Idaho, where you can boat, raft or fish in Snake River waters or have a picnic at Lower Granite Dam.
  • Cars and Golf! Country roads and golf top the list for leisure pursuits. Pullman golfers can choose from at least four major courses, and you can take to the roads by car or by motorcycle for a day of exploring or bird watching. A yearly hot rod gathering is held in nearby Palouse, or enjoy Battle Days in Rosalia.