57. Shafer Saddlery Building (1870)
Set apart from other downtown structures by its small scale, rubble stone construction, and lack of ornamentation, the Shaffer Building is one of the earliest structures in downtown Georgetown. Having originally served as a saddlery with living quarters upstairs, the building housed a print shop at the turn of the 20th century. In recent years, it has been occupied by professional and county offices.