Burleson has an extensive history reaching back into the 1880s. By the end of the 1800s Burleson was a booming rural town with farms, schools, stores, and government buildings lining idyllic southern streets. In 1899 a group of women formed the Eumathian Club, which was a society for cultural advancement. Today this club still exists and in 1999 they celebrated their centennial, marking an extraordinary achievement in maintaining and recording culture and progress. Throughout the years Burleson became less dependent on agriculture as its primary mode of industry, and when the Interstate 35 was opened in Burleson in 1960, it marked the transition of Burleson into a suburb of Fort Worth. Today, major employers in the area include Burleson ISD, Walmart, City of Burleson, H.E.B. Grocery, and Basden Steel.

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The Texas city of Burleson is located in the Johnson and Tarrant counties and is considered to be a suburb of Fort Worth. Burleson is home to a variety of residential neighborhoods with flawless planning and clean architecture. Homes in Burleson are usually of more affordable pricing, making it easy to obtain a larger home for less. Newer homes may not have a great deal of acreage to their name, but they've certainly been built with the finest modern technologies and represent beautiful destinations for which a family could call home.

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