Architecture of Nashville, Michigan
I sometimes drive to other local communities around Battle Creek to take photos of homes for clients. A few weeks ago I was in Nashville, Michigan which is about a 30 minute drive North of Battle Creek up M-66 Hwy. This town consists of roughly 1600 residents according to the recent Census, and historically it was founded as a Mill town in the mid-1800’s. By the 1920’s it had become a major railroad stop at the halfway point between Grand Rapids and Jackson, Michigan. Today it is mostly a farming community, and a lot of residents commute to other areas.
There are some very nice homes in good condition in this area, and many display some very nice architecture. I took a few photos as I was driving around in my recent visit, and thought I would share these here.