About Lee County Courthouse (Alabama)
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The Lee County Courthouse is a historic two-story brick county courthouse in Opelika, Alabama, county seat of Lee County, Alabama. It was constructed in 1896 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It was designed by Atlanta architect Andrew J. Bryan and Company and was built by Andrews & Stevens. The building's design is Neoclassical architecture.
The courthouse building and a separate jail building were built for $35,000. The courthouse replaced a previous courthouse, also a two-story brick building, which was demolished after the new structure was finished.