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Hill House

By Hurstbourne
Hill House is a grade II listed building and was built for the Rev. JT Becher who lived there from 1805 until 1845. He was a dominant influence in all matters relating to the Southwell Workhouse, Southwell Minster and the House of Correction.

N.B. Note the bricked up windows no doubt due to the window tax and the sash windows on the upper floors. The building was also used as a boarding house for the Southwell Minster School.

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture Nottinghamshire Digitally manipulated Grade ii listed building

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