|Location:||St. Clairsville, Ohio|
|Register No.||94000246 (district)|
Prominent Ohio architect J.W. Yost designed the building about the same time as a concurrent work, the Miami County Courthouse in Troy, Ohio. The front facade of the building features a large staircase, a four-columned portico, and Greek Capitals.
The structure is a contributing property to the St. Clairsville Historic District which contains a number of significant buildings lining Main Street. The courthouse is still in use today and houses the Belmont County Court of Common Pleas.
If You Go:
Because of its prominent location, the building is easily visible from I-70 and is one of the first noticeable landmarks for motorists entering Ohio from West Virginia. St. Clairsville has a charming Main Street with a number of small businesses and unique buildings.
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