Geauga County Courthouse - Chardon, Ohio

Geauga County Courthouse - Chardon, Ohio

Rick B.
The Geauga County Courthouse, built in 1869, is on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the major focal points of the Chardon Courthouse Square Historic District. The architectural style is High Victorian Italianate on a conservative post-Civil War plan designed by prominent Cleveland architect Joseph Ireland who also designed the 1876 Daniel Eels home on Euclid Avenue's Millionaire's Row. The elegant brick and stone construction with its window arches, cluster trefoils, and paired eaves brackets is echoed in the buildings along Main Street. The one story octagonal clock tower culminates in a cupola at 112 feet high. Modeled by Rick Bissell, 12/30/2009 #Chardon #Courthouse #Geauga_County #Ohio
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