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66 Court Square
Two-story building of American-bond brown brick construction poorly repointed. The gable-fronted building has a decorative front parapet of corbeled and recessed brick. The building has 1/1 windows (taller on the first story) with clip-in fake muntins to create a 6/6 pattern. Other features include entries with three-light transoms and decorative tie-rod plates on the west side elevation.
The present owner discovered a brick used in the building’s construction inscribed “1824”. Historic photographs show that a building on this site was destroyed in the 1870 Christmas fire, and the present building is thought to have been built soon after (Commonwealth’s Attorney George Grattan gave his address as this location in 1880). The 1886 Sanborn map shows two offices in the building. It once contained the office of Judge George Grattan and later of his son and grandson (Charles Sellers).