Fairfield County Courthouse – Winnsboro, South Carolina
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The Fairfield County Courthouse, located in Winnsboro, was designed by Robert Mills, famous architect of the Washington Monument. It was built in 1823 and the distinctive circular steps and piazza were added during a 1939 remodel. The imported English brick exterior was also covered with a sandstone plaster during the remodeling.
SCIWAY thanks Mark Clark for contributing this historical information about the courthouse. Mark also says that he has “lived in Winnsboro since 2002 and has served on jury duty several times inside this court house. Each time I have been impressed with the buildings design, both inside and out. To me, it stresses the importance of the matters at hand.”
Fairfield County Courthouse Info
Address: 101 South Congress Street, Winnsboro, SC 29180
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