The Historic Jackson County Courthouse (converted into the County’s public library) towers over the charming small town of Sylva. Built in 1914, the building combines traditional Southern charm with notable neoclassical architecture, and it is known as one of the most photographed buildings in the state. This historic location has over 26,000 square feet, a commercial kitchen, and the large community room on the second floor that’s perfect for presentations and lectures. Look out the window for wonderful views of the charming town of Sylva, then venture out to explore once your meeting concludes.
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