Now renovated and used for county offices, the old courthouse is a focal point of Toccoa’s vibrant downtown. It was designed by Kentucky architect H. L. Lewman. A newer courthouse stands across the street.
[This is a rear view of the courthouse, which is nearly identical to the front. The columns are Ionic on the front, and the front frieze contains the words ‘Stephens County’. I was unable to get a clear view of the front because it was decorated for a holiday when I photographed it].
National Register of Historic Places