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Hill County Courthouse, Hillsboro

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The Hill County Courthouse is a courthouse building in the town of Hillsboro, Hill County, Texas. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. The building was designed by architect W.C. Dodson using a Second Empire style. It was completed in 1890.
The building was designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1964, and was listed on the National Register in 1971.
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  • We were on a trip to Whitney, we stoped to take a good look the courthouse and visit the farmers market in the parking area. This one of the most beautiful courthouses in Texas, and it is still a...  more »
  • Hill County Courthouse is a beautiful limestone Second Empire styled building which was built in 1890. Heavily damaged in an electrical fire in January 1993, it was in immaculately restored. It’s...  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful county courthouses I have ever seen. I had driven by on I-35 countless times before finally getting off to have a look. What a jewel, hidden in plain sight.
  • A beautiful scene in a beautiful old Town.

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