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Butler County Courthouse

Historic Site in Greenville

The present Butler County Courthouse was designed by Montgomery architect B. B. Smith and was constructed in 1903. This was the fourth courthouse built on the site, following Greenville's selection as the county seat in December 1821. It is a two-story brick building with a later addition, one-story marble front. The steeple is constructed in a decorative brick pattern with a center-front clock tower topped with a new copper dome installed in 1998. This is a replica of the original dome damaged by Hurricane Opal in 1995. The central section is 107 feet high, making it the tallest building in Greenville.

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Butler County Courthouse
700 Court Sq
Greenville, AL 36037
Hours of Operation
  • Open M-F 8-4:30
  • Not provided
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