I vote the contrary view. My tenants are above average though! I have 1 wood-burning stove, and several fireplaces.
Just get the chimney swept and inspected for the proper fire brick liner. Have the tools and screen. Have a fire-proof mat in front of the fireplace.
Have an ash bucket and show them the proper way to empty the stove.
You can even give them a pile of starter logs. (They will probably use the stove once or twice and then decide that it’s a lot of work).
Now you can charge more rent for the “Fire Privilege”! Cozyness sells. That’s why people pay more to go to a “Bed and Breakfast” than to stay in Motel 6.
But it depends on who is in your renter pool. I would try for upscale young renters who want to be cozy and I would advertise that wood stove and charge an extra $100/month.
“FOR RENT: Charming 2-bedroom with wood-burning stove. Enjoy your Cozy Fire while you save money on your heating bill. Only $850/month.”
It totally depends on the type of area and tenants you are marketing to. I would like woodburning stove in a place I was staying in. But I would never never ever put it in a place I rented out. The smell, the risk, the cleanliness, etc. If they forget to open the flue and smoke up the house you can market it as “cabin-like”.