The Comanche County Courthouse in Coldwater, Kansas was built in 1927. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The building replaced a wood frame courthouse from c. 1890 which was destroyed by a fire in 1921.
The courthouse is a four-story, Classical Revival-style, buff-brick building. Designed by the Hutchinson architectural firm Routledge and Hertz, the building has dressed limestone lentils and windowsills and a projecting pavilion at the primary entrance reflecting its classical styling.
Address: 201 S. New York Ave.