Kenilworth Hall, Bridge Street, Kenilworth

Description of this historic site

Kenilworth Hall was built during the Imperial period and in the late 1960s it was listed as an hotel. It was converted into flats in 1971 and is situated on Bridge Street. It function in its earlier history has not been established.

Notes about this historic site

1 Late 18th century. Stucco; three storeyed; 3-light angular bay each side. Venetian west centre. Moulded stone doorcase. Quoins. Moulded stone cornice; parapet. Street elevation has advanced barrel-headed porch to centre.
2 It was listed as a hotel, but was converted into flats in 1971: nothing seems to be known about its original use.
3 It is in a rather dilapidated condition (though still partially lived-in) today.

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