Rent to Own Homes near Huntington, WV

10 Reasons to Live in Huntington, WV

  • Great parks! April Dawn Park has an area for picnics and parties that residents can rent for special events, as well as plenty of water fountains, playgrounds and open spaces. The Petsafe Dog Park in Ritter Park offers dog owners the ability to walk and socialize their dogs as well as meet other dog owners. This park contains separate areas for large and small dogs to ensure that all dogs and their owners are safe.

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  • Plenty of museums and cultural institutions! The Huntington Museum of Art offers hands-on exhibits, as well as more traditional displays of art, while the Heritage Farm and Museum offers guided tours of 16 buildings from the 1800s, as well as lodging and reservations for special events.
  • Plenty of shopping to do at Pullman Square! This massive shopping complex offers retail stores, restaurants such as Uno's Chicago Grill and special events.
  • Impressive historic district! The Ritter Park Historic District contains 16 buildings that date back to the American Revolution. This historic district is bisected by Four Pole Creek.
  • Lots of renters! Almost half of all Huntington residents rent their homes. The median rent is $439, and you can find rental houses and rent to own homes in Westmoreland and Walnut Hills.
  • Lots of festivals throughout the year! There's something to appeal to everybody. For example, the St. George Greek Festival celebrates Greek culture with food, dancing and special exhibits every September, and every summer the West Virginia Hot Dog Festival celebrates America's favorite barbecue food with a variety of hot dogs and toppings.
  • Several famous bridges! This city has lots of bridges connecting it to other parts of the United States. The Robert C Byrd Bridge connects Huntington to Chesapeake, Ohio. This bridge crosses the Ohio River and was funded by West Virginia, Ohio and the federal government. The Gatski Memorial Bridge also connects West Virginia to Ohio; this bridge was named after a local football hero.
  • Houses for sale available all over Huntington! The most affordable houses are in the Roby Road neighborhood, with a median price of $43,000. Lesage is also a popular neighborhood to buy a house.
  • Rent to own agreements are another option! Rent to own houses here range in price from $19,000 to over $800,000. Check out Fairfield East or Fairfield West for lots of housing options.
  • Neighborhood Watch! Southside neighborhood is a popular place to buy or rent a house because people there participate in
  • Neighborhood Watch and other programs to help reduce crime and enhance each other's
  • lives.