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1841 Goshen Courthouse

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Built  1841 (1841)
Opened  1841
Added to NRHP  4 March 1975
NRHP Reference #  75001219
Area  4,000 m²
Nearest city  Middletown
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Location  101 Main St., Goshen, New York
Architectural styles  Greek Revival architecture, Victorian architecture
Similar  Sawyer Farmhouse, United States Post Office, Historic Track, Orange County Governm, Dutch Reformed Church

The 1841 Goshen Courthouse is located along Main Street (NY 207) in the center of Goshen, New York, the seat of Orange County, New York, United States. It was designed by popular local architect Thornton Niven in a Greek Revival style, meant to be a twin of the one he had already built in Newburgh, which at that time shared seat duties with the larger city.

It was used as a courthouse until 1970, when the recently constructed Orange County Government Center made more space available. It was individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. It is also a contributing property to the Church Park Historic District.

Today it houses the archives of the Orange County Genealogical Society.


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