Nestled in the heart of the charming Shackelford County Courthouse Historic District, the Nail House is a delightful piece of Texas history. Built in 1910, the former bed and breakfast is a beautiful two story home complete with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, hardwood floors, fireplace, open kitchen, and double car garage. The property also includes a back guesthouse complete with second kitchen. This property has a unique tie to Texas oldest outdoor historical drama, The Fort Griffin Fandangle, which has been staged in Albany for the past 80 years. The play was originally created, written and directed by renowned playwright, Robert Nail, a former owner of the home and the property's namesake.
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