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Grosvenor Hall Private Nursing Home

A Grade II Listed Building in Lincoln, Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.2024 / 53°12'8"N

Longitude: -0.5523 / 0°33'8"W

OS Eastings: 496794

OS Northings: 368236

OS Grid: SK967682

Mapcode National: GBR DLR.C4M

Mapcode Global: WHGJ5.HR6V

Plus Code: 9C5X6C2X+X3

Entry Name: Grosvenor Hall Private Nursing Home

Listing Date: 2 August 1989

Last Amended: 20 December 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1388710

English Heritage Legacy ID: 486171

Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5

County: Lincolnshire

District: Lincoln

Town: Lincoln

Electoral Ward/Division: Park

Built-Up Area: Lincoln

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Bracebridge All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text


1941-1/5/283 (East side)
02/08/89 Grosvenor Hall private nursing home
(Formerly Listed as:
(East side)
Grosvenor Old People's Home)


Formerly known as: Bracebridge Hall NEWARK ROAD.
Country house, now an old people's home. 1883. By Albert
Vicars for F Clarke, manufacturer of patent medicines. Brick
with stone dressings, hipped and gabled slate roofs, with 2
ridge and 2 side wall stacks. Gothic Revival style.
EXTERIOR: chamfered plinth, moulded string courses, coped
gables with kneelers and finials. 2 storeys plus attics, 6
bays. Square plan.
West front has a projecting centre, 3 bays, with modillion
eaves cornice, coped parapet and central gabled dormer.
Portico with parapet and segmental pointed openings and round
piers, flanked by single shouldered cross casements.
To right, a Gothic doorway with overlight and hoodmould, and
to left a sash with a similar head. To the right, a gable with
a square bay window with parapet and 3 Gothic style plain
sashes. Above it, a triple sash.
South side has a near-central gabled wing, with a triple sash
on each floor. To its left, a polygonal tower, 3 stages, with
3 sashes in Gothic surrounds. Top stage has square leaded
lights. Octagonal roof with blind gabled dormers.
North side has an off-centre square tower, 2 stages, with an
octagonal leaded spire. To right, a canted bay window, 2
storeys, with hipped roof. To left, a gabled wing.
East side has a central gabled wing with a canted bay window,
2 storeys, and above it, a traceried round window.
INTERIOR has a central 2 storey entrance hall lit by a leaded
glazed skylight, with a hammer beam roof with marble wall
shafts carried on foliage corbels. Enriched frieze, inlaid
panelled wainscot, moulded doorcases. 4 stained glass window
panels representing the seasons, by Mayer of Munich. Open well
stair with turned octagonal balusters and wrought-iron panels.
Inserted lift shaft and false ceiling. Side corridor with 2
shouldered arches and 2-light stained glass window, and false
(Buildings of England : Lincolnshire: Pevsner N: Lincolnshire:
London: 1989-: 527).

Listing NGR: SK9679468236

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