Huff's Store is a general store in Burwood, Tennessee. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. It is a one-story building with a hipped roof that was built in 1911.
The store is one of the last general stores still operating in Middle Tennessee. It was owned and operated by Kenneth E. Huff, one of eight children in the Huff family, which acquired the store in 1937, until his death on May 23, 2014. His son, Charlie Huff now operates the store. A brother, Glenn Huff, operated a store in Brentwood called Huff's Grocery.
In a 1988 study of historic resources in Williamson County, Huff's Store was evaluated to be one of the "two best remaining store buildings from the early 20th century" outside of Franklin (along with the Thompson Store at Duplex). As of 1988, it was described as "remarkably unaltered."
Several television commercials have been made at Huff's Store.