Bath County

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Bath County is named for the city of Bath in England.


Created:  December 14, 1790

County Seat: 

Bath                  1791 – 1908

Warm Springs  1908 – present


County Courthouse – Warm Springs 


Location:  Courthouse Hill Road / Old Mill Road

Built:  1913 – 1914

Style:  Classical Revival

Architect:  T J Collins & Son

Contractor:  Falls City Construction Company of Louisville, Kentucky


Description:  The building faces south and is a two story red colored brick structure. The building sits on Courthouse Hill. The south front has a large porch with six large white columns rising to a wide pediment at the roof line. The central entrance is framed. On the center of the roof is a high square white cupola with green dome. The main section of the building has a central arched window on the second story and gabled roof. An addition was added on the north side in 1980.


Note: The third courthouse constructed in 1908 was destroyed by fire on November 22, 1912. The architect was Frank P Milburn and the contractor was Phipps & Cooper.


See: The architect T J Collins & Son also designed the courthouses in Augusta County and Rockingham County.


See:  The contractor Falls City Construction Company of Louisville, Kentucky.



N – Highland County

E – Augusta County and Rockbridge County

S – Alleghany County

W – Greenbrier County, West Virginia and Pocahontas County. West Virginia























Photos taken 2012