Victoria County Court House
|Victoria County Court House|
The Victoria County Court House in 2010
|Architectural style||Classical Revival|
|Location||495 Chebucto Street|
|Town or city||Baddeck, NS|
|Structural system||Granite, Clapboard|
The Victoria County Court House is a historic building in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.
In 1851, Victoria County was split off from Cape Breton County, leaving the new county without a court house of its own. The court house was constructed in 1889 by Phillip MacRae, a carpenter from Big Baddeck. The building was recognized as a historic property in 1989, under the Nova Scotia Heritage Property Act.
The court house is a two-story building constructed in the Classical Revival style with a hipped roof and built of granite and wooden clapboard. The building was originally asymmetrical in design, with a centre block and east wing; a western wing was added in 1967.
- "Victoria County Court House". Historic Places. Government of Canada. Retrieved 12 April 2012.