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Moseley Hall Hospital, Birmingham

Description: Moseley Hall Hospital

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 January 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 216721

OS Grid Reference: SP0734483117
OS Grid Coordinates: 407344, 283117
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4460, -1.8934

Location: B4217, Birmingham B13 8EG

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B13 8EG

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Listing Text

5104 Moseley B13
Moseley Hall Hospital
[formerly listed as
Moseley Hall (Birmingham
Childrens Convalescent
SP 08 SE 12/4 21.1.70
Built circa 1795 after an earlier hall had been destroyed by rioters in 1791;
the house of Richard Cadbury who in 1890 gave it as a children's home. Ashlar;
slate roof. Three storeys; 5 bays. Ground floor rusticated and with a central
porch with 4 pairs of Tuscan columns supporting an entablature and 4 tripartite
windows with Ionic columns in segment-headed recesses flanked by pairs of
pilasters. First floor windows similar but with round-arched recesses. At
the rear, a central bow. To the right, a 2-storey office wing. Ashlar; slate
roof. Six bays wide, the outer 2 recessed. Plain casement windows. Cornice
and modern attic storey. Attached to this on the right, another block. Ashlar;
slate roof. One and a half storeys; 7 bays, the outer 4 advanced. Ground
floor with casements; upper storey with square sash windows. Cornice and
blocking course. To the right again, late C18 stable block. Red brick with

Listing NGR: SP0734483117

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Source: English Heritage

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