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Burleson Real Estate


Burleson, Texas

Located on the southern edge of the flourishing Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the City of Burleson has an estimated population of 48,950 residents in a land mass of 28 square miles. Burleson has been progressive in attracting businesses for economic development to diversify its tax base, as well as establishing development agreements within its extraterritorial jurisdiction to manage growth strategically outside its current borders. 

The City of Burleson’s family-oriented environment, outstanding schools, plentiful and affordable land, and rolling hills have made it a desirable community to live, work, and play. Burleson residents have placed a high value on nature and recreation with over twenty parks encompassing over 550 acres. The school districts serving Burleson consistently outperform state and national averages in college entrance exam scores, and its quality of life is further enhanced by a very low crime rate.

What to do in Burleson?

When in Burleson, visitors can enjoy shopping and dining in both well-known national spots, as well as locally-owned gems.

Visit Lost Oak Winery and Sunset Winery, the city’s two award-winning wineries, and Russell Farm Art Center, where you can view locally-made art on a century-old rural property.

Sports enthusiasts can golf at Hidden Creek or Southern Oaks golf courses, while bicyclists can take part in the Burleson Honey Tour Bike Ride held in May. Burleson boasts more than 500 acres of parks, including several bike paths and many designated bike lanes throughout the city, as well as the popular Pirate’s Cove Fun Zone.

Learn about Burleson’s history at the Burleson Heritage Foundation Visitor Center, which displays two restored rail cars nearby, or by shopping and dining Old Town Burleson, which hosts the Hot Sounds of Summer Concerts and the Wine Crawl in November.

Whether you are staying a day or a week, you’ll find lots of fun in Burleson!

Established in 1912

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