East Pulteney Square, Bath, NY
Built in 1860.
Houses Supreme, County and Family Courts.
Seventh Judicial District.
Although Steuben County has courthouses in 3 cities; Corning, Hornell and Bath, only those in Bath have any historical significance. Situated on the east side of the Pulteney Square village green are four buildings of architectural merit. The County Courthouse of 1859 replaced two earlier courthouses, the second being destroyed by fire; it is a very good example of late Greek Revival style. Adjacent to the courthouses are two smaller brick Victorian structures, the old County Office Building and the Surrogate's Building of 1886, both these buildings and the courthouse are virtually unchanged since built.
All court functions have taken place in this building after its 1989-1990 renovations.
"Survey of Court Facilities in New York State", NYS Office of Court Administration. 1981 pg. 357
Built in 1903 by Drake and Co.
Building refurbished in 2001-2003 and now houses several county offices.
Built in 1909, it now holds county offices.