Learn more about Rutherford County's COVID-19 Response   >>


July 30th @ 1PM

Rutherford County
Bank & Coin Buildings
22 N Public Square

Who to Contact

For more information contact Steve Sandlin, Deputy to the Mayor, at 615-849-4851 or 615-898-7745 or or 615-403-1822.

View Properties

View the properties on June 24–26 from 8am–3pm. Walk through a 0.23± acre footprint of Rutherford County history.


View an extensive gallery of the Rutherford County Bank & Coin Buildings:
Exterior PhotosInterior Photos

Photo of the front of the Bank Building.


Zoned Central Business District (CBD). Contact the City of Murfreesboro Planning Department for CBD uses by emailing [email protected] or by calling 615-893-6441.

More Information

HistoryAvailable Environmental ReportsBlueprints

TERMS: 10% down day of Auction. Pending approval from the Rutherford County Commission on August 13th, Closing shall be on or before September 14th.
All announcements made day of Auction take precedence over previous advertisements.

Interior Video

Aerial Video



I-24 E to Exit 81B to US-231 N toward Murfreesboro, continue straight on Church St to Historic Rutherford County Courthouse. Left on North Public Square. Auction at Bank Building, 22 N Public Square.

History of the Bank & Coin Buildings

Two buildings constructed in 1887 served as dry goods, clothing and furniture stores until they were purchased and remodeled as a bank in 1924. The third stories were removed in an elaborate remodel in 1959 and replaced with interior and exterior marble to modernize the building.

Offices for telegraphy and dentistry were constructed before 1887 and were joined sometime in the 1920s. Garage doors were added facing College Street, and the building became the Murfreesboro Battery Service Station, later the Sue & Willie Service Station and Restaurant. When the garage door openings were filled, it become known as the Coin Building, which was purchased with the Bank Building in the early 1980s by Rutherford County Government.

Photo of the bank building from the early twentieth century.
Photo of a newspaper clipping with the headline: Murfreesboro Bank Plan Building Modernization.
Photo of a newspaper clipping depicting a design mock-up of the modernized building facade.

Exterior View

Click photos to enlarge.