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Statutory Address:

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Wirral (Metropolitan Authority)
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BEBINGTON LODGE LANE SJ 3384 NE (south side) Port Sunlight 13/135 Sunlight Lodge


Cottage Hospital, converted to Employees' Training Centre and now (1985) a rest home. 1907. Pebble-dash with brick dressings, slate roof with tile ridge. 2 storeys with one- storey wings. Brick quoin blocks, top cornices. Windows mostly sashed with glazing bars. Garden front has central wing ending in pavilion with end projecting hipped bays, centre with small-paned glazing, elliptical-headed lights and entrance. Flanking 2 bays have ground floor canted bay windows with small-paned casements. Flanking 3-bay wings canted forward, with octagonal louvred cupolas, further 4- bay lower wings canted forward with large small-paned glazed doors and steps. 6 stacks with brick caps. Rear has centre projecting under pedimented gable with later projection of 4 bays, windows with gauged-brick flat arches and sashes, hipped dormers with 2-light casements, entrance has architrave, pilasters, frieze and consoled cornice, complete overlight and 4-panel doors. Flanking wings have end gabled projections, canted bays with lights in angles, returns have canted projections to gable-end stacks; end 4 bays have lunettes in round-headed recesses. Main entrance to right return of centre has consoled round hood, paired 2-panel doors and flanking stained glass light. Further later extension to left of centre.

Listing NGR: SJ3381384785


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 14 Apr 2007
Reference: IOE01/15433/29
Rights: Copyright IoE Dr Geoffrey Court. Source Historic England Archive
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