Brownsover Hall, Brownsover

Description of this historic site

Brownsover Hall, a house that was built during the Imperial period. It is now in use as a hotel. The house is situated to the north of Leicester Road, Brownsover.

Notes about this historic site

1 Brownsover Hall. By Sir George Gilbert Scott. Built of red brick, with blue patterns. Gothic. A well composed, asymmetrical front in which one bay plus a bay window balances a porch tower which rises to some height and ends in a French steep hipped roof plus a yet higher polygonal stair-turret with a spire.
2 Now the “Brownsover Hall Hotel”. In original condition though some outbuildings derelict i.e. the stable block, and some modern outbuildings added.

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