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Kings County Courthouse

Provincial Designated Heritage Place

  • 60 Kent Street
  • Georgetown
  • Construction Date: 1887
  • Latitude: 46.18406
  • Longitude: -62.53332
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Place Description

The Kings County Courthouse is a one and a half story Romanesque Revival style building with a sandstone exterior that alternates between red Island and grey Wallace sandstone. The Courthouse was built in 1887 and designed by famed architect William Critchlow Harris Junior. The designation is confined to the footprint of the building.

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