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Charlotte County Records Office (Clerk's Office)
Directly behind the courthouse, this two-story, three-bay brick building with simple Greek Revival proportions and trim was built as the clerk's office, but seems far more residential than official in appearance. A three-bay one-story porch extending across most of the facade adds to the domestic aspect.
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