The McCulloch County Courthouse

If you are a “Texas Courthouse Buff” the courthouse in Brady, Texas is a beauty.  It is the McCulloch County Courthouse built in 1899 of native sandstone from local quarries.  It is located in the county seat of Brady Texas, a town founded in 1876.  The architectural firm of Martin & Moodie designed the McCulloch County Courthouse in the Romanesque Revival Style.  Costs of construction are said to have reached $37,000.  The McCulloch County Courthouse was recorded as a Texas Historical Landmark in 1967.

Traveler’s Tip:  There is a covered gazebo with seating on the courthouse lawn.  Perfect place for a picnic!

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