As is usual in Virginia towns, small offices for lawyers are located near the courthouse. This one-and-a-half-story frame building was constructed in two phases, with each being given a central doorway flanked by windows with dormers above them. The simple gable structure has been somewhat denatured by the use of new siding and windows.
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