The Buffalo Nickel
This is one of Nashville's original tiny homes.
Built in 1932 this 507
square foot cottage is packed with charm and unique craftsman design.
The owners have remodeled so as to capture the quality cottage feel,
adding décor and
to capture the period of its construction.
Located just one block off Van Buren Street at the north end of town,
visitors have a view of downtown Nashville from the 300 square foot
overhanging black locust tree.
This cottage will comfortably house 2 to 4 adults.
It consists of a full
breakfast bar and
There is a living room with queen sleeper sofa,
shower and access to deck, and a
with queen bed.
32" TV's are located in the bedroom and living area.
What's in a Name?
While researching the local history of the home the owners discovered a
resident of Brown County who as a boy delivered newspapers to one of
the home's earliest residents, an elderly woman. One day, while hoping
to teach the young newspaper boy a lesson on hard work, she took him
aside and showed him two small coins.
These coins, she described, were
the first money her father made as he settled brown county shortly
after the turn of the century. Upon discovering this historical
narrative the homeowners dubbed this quaint cottage, The Buffalo Nickel.