The Davie County Courthouse is a neo-classical revival style building, erected in 1909 in downtown Mocksville. The courthouse and accompanying jail were built at a cost of approximately $40,000. (They were built where the old Davie Hotel once stood.) The original courthouse was built in 1839 and stood in the center of the Town Square. The Courthouse is located on Main Street in Mocksville.
- Author: Davie Chamber of Commerce
- Date Posted: Nov 16, 2013
- Category: Historic Site
- Address: mocksville, nc