About the Burns Farm
In 1950, William and Anna Mae Burns ventured north from Kansas City to the small town of Liberty, Missouri where they settled in a 1900’s farmhouse with acreage. The Burns would live on the farm for over 50 years, raising eleven children with an assortment of chickens, cows, horses and variety of fruit trees and vegetable gardens. The Farm has served as a solid foundation for generations of Burns families, where children thrived and memories were made.
We are delighted to offer the Burns Farm as a spacious country retreat, lovingly restored and modernized. The barn has become a landmark in the community with the original Stars and Stripes flag added in 1976 to celebrate the Bicentennial. The home accommodates twelve individuals with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The kitchen and bathrooms have a vintage flair with updated modern amenities. Sitting on six lush, green acres, the farm features wide open spaces for yard games, outdoor dining and various spots for quiet conversations, far from the stress of everyday life.
The Burns Farm offers the best of both worlds. Located in the quiet countryside, it is also conveniently located just a few minutes from the historic Liberty square and less than 30 minutes from the Royals and Chiefs stadium, Worlds of Fun and downtown Kansas City Missouri, plus many more attractions.