Trousdale Place is a handsome Federal style two-story brick house nestled in the heart of busy downtown Gallatin, Tennessee.The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as the Tennessee Civil War Trail.

The next time you are in Gallatin, Tennessee and you find yourself delayed at the stoplight where West Main Street and North Locust Avenue intersect, take acquired quick glance around and locate Best Donuts. Then, if the light is still red and traffic is moving slow, look across the street and you will see Trousdale Place, the handsome two-story brick house and former home of former Governor William Trousdale. If a governor's mansion in the heart of downtown Gallatin seems a little out of place, consider that before stoplights and donut shops became part of the landscape, the Trousdale family not only lived in Gallatin, but the also provided the land on which the city was built.