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Goochland County Court Square

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Built  1826 (1826)
VLR #  037-0136
Area  4 ha
NRHP Reference #  70000797
Opened  1826
Added to NRHP  15 September 1970
Goochland County Court Square
Location  On VA 6, Goochland, Virginia
Architect  Cosby, Dabney; Parrish, Valentine
Architectural style  Early Republic, Roman Revival
Similar  Campbell County Courthouse, Giles County Courthouse, Albemarle County Courthou, Orange County Courthouse, Carroll County Courthouse

Goochland County Court Square is a historic county courthouse and national historic district located at Goochland, Goochland County, Virginia. It includes 3 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site. The Goochland County Court House was built in 1826 by Dabney Cosby, and is a two-story, temple-form brick structure with a projecting pedimented tetrastyle Tuscan order portico. Other buildings in the square include the 1848 two-story hipped roof stone jail, the original one-story brick clerk's office, and a monument to the Confederate dead of Goochland County.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.

References

Goochland County Court Square Wikipedia


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