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Lunenburg Courthouse Historic District

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Built  1827 (1827)
VLR #  054-0105
Opened  1827
Added to NRHP  23 February 1972
NRHP Reference #  72001509
Designated VLR  March 2, 1971
Area  57 ha
Lunenburg Courthouse Historic District
Location  Jct. of SR 40 and 49 and CR 675, Lunenburg, Virginia
Architectural style  Early Republic, Roman Revival

Lunenburg Courthouse Historic District is a historic courthouse building and national historic district located at the village of Lunenberg, Lunenburg County, Virginia. The courthouse was built in 1827, and is a two-story, three bay, brick temple-form building fronted by a tetrastyle Roman Doric order portico. It is six bays deep with two of the bays added in an expansion in 1939. Associated with the courthouse is the contributing large, hipped-roofed frame house which was once a tavern known as the Lunenburg State Inn, and an early-19th century frame structure known as the Hotel Gary.

Map of Lunenburg Courthouse Historic District, Victoria, VA 23974, USA

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

References

Lunenburg Courthouse Historic District Wikipedia


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