If the idea of living in a small town with a lot of history appeals to you, Cleburne, Texas just might be the place to call home. Cleburne was founded as a Civil War outpost named Camp Henderson and was a center for agriculture for many years. Located about 30 miles south of Fort Worth, Cleburne is close enough to big city amenities, while still retaining a small town feel.
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Budget-friendly housing! Housing in Cleburne is much cheaper than the national average. You can still find affordable rent to own housing and houses for rent in older subdivisions like Park Air Estates, where the standard home is a 3-bedroom ranch with 2 bathrooms and a 2-car garage. For larger homes, potential buyers will find what they need in new subdivisions like Stonegate.
Enjoying the outdoors! Cleburne is a great place for nature lovers. Cedar Lake is ideal for boating and fishing, while hikers will enjoy the mountain bike trails at Cleburne State Park. The Cleburne State Park Trail features the Seven Mile Loop, which hikers come from all over the area to check out.
Live on a ranch! A lot of people think Texas is synonymous with ranching, but you have to get outside of the big cities to find the space. People who work in Fort Worth or Dallas but don't mind commuting can find their dream ranch house in Cleburne along County Road 707 or West FM 4. Texas still has a lot of available land to build on, and the 9.13% vacancy rate means you have plenty of room to stake your claim.
Golfer's paradise! Golfers will love Cleburne's many courses. Whether you choose public courses like the Cleburne Golf Ranch or the Riverview Golf Club, or a more exclusive private club like The Retreat, you're bound to find an attractive place to play 18 holes. The warmer weather also means there are more months out of the year that you can play golf.
Appreciate history! Cleburne has deep roots, which means you can appreciate the history of the place by checking out the many landmarks within the city. You can revisit the area's role in cattle drive history at The Chisholm Trail Museum or visit historical markers like the City Wagon Yards or the site of the Old City Spring.
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