Our little Prairie Bungalowsd was built with solid cement blocks by a German immigrat, Carl Tuchenhagen, who came to the Nebraska Panhandle for the Free Land (Homestead). After a time he married Myron’s Grandmother, Johanne, a young widow with three boys. Carl had been trained as a stone mason in Germany. Building with these solid cement blocks was the perfect material for the Sandhills of Nebraska. As Johanne put it in her “proving -up” declaration “there are no trees to build a house”.
As you visit anywhere along the 100th Meridian, from the Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore, the Pine Ridge Reservation and Wounded Knee, as well as the Old Town of Gordon, you will find your stay much more pleasant in our lovely home.
It is completely updated, with new plumbing, electricity, oak floors and handmade( by Myron) kitchen cabinets. New paint and lovely furnishings make this such a comfortable respite for travelers.
The backyard is very well designed, with grapevines and ancient lilacs and rose bushes bringing fragrance to the patio area. We have a gas grill and comfortable seating on the covered Patio.
The front of the house has an arcade porch, should you wish to wish to enjoy the Spectacular Nebraska Sunsets.
The City of Gordon was founded by Rev. Scamahorn, a minister who brought a company of about 100 people, many of them Civil War Veterans and their families to settle near Antelope Creek at “Lone Willow”. The willow tree is still growing!
The town of Gordon is home to the Tri-State Cowboy Museum. This vibrant and active community will welcome you with an open hearts.Get the full listing »
1 bedroom studio in Gordon, NE
COMPLETELY REMODELED STUDIO. HOME. A NEW KITCHEN, VERY SPACIOUS BATHROOM WITH A LARGE SHOWER AS WELLAS A LOVELY LIVINGROOM WITH A LANE SOFA BED. THE SOFA HAS A THICK, COMFY, NEW MATTRESS.