Burden, KS is home to 666 residents as of 2019, and has several locally owned businesses. It offers a great place to settle down or raise a family and the surrounding towns have many attractions to offer including the Wellington Regent Theatre and Augusta City Lake. Start shopping for Burden homes for sale.
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Local students attend school in the Central of Burden Unified School District 462. Students can participate in many activities including band and football. The USD 462 district is comprised of an elementary school and a Jr/Sr High School. Find homes in Burden by school district.
Wellington, Augusta, and Derby are 45 minutes from town and Winfield is under 25 minutes away. Highway US-160 runs through the downtown area for convenient commuting. Browse the newest real estate listings in Burden, KS.
In 1879, the town site of Burden was surveyed by a town company consisting of R. F. Burden, Ford, Leonard, O. B. Gunn and T. K. Johnson. R. F. Burden was the chairman of this company and the town was so named in compliment to him. The Kansas City, Lawrence and Southern Kansas Railroad were completed on February 1, 1882. The town was established and the population increased rapidly for a period of time.
The United Methodist Church and First Baptist Church both lay within the Burden city limits. Wellington and other surrounding cities offer many attractions including the Wellington Regent Theatre and Augusta City Lake.
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