Marlborough House, Brighton
- This article is about Marlborough House in Brighton. For the property in Westminster, London, please see Marlborough House.
The building from the east
|Location||54 Old Steine, Brighton, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN1 1NH, United Kingdom|
|Built for||Samuel Shergold|
|Restored by||William Gerard Hamilton|
|Official name: Marlborough House and attached railings, 54 Old Steine|
|Designated||13 October 1952|
Location within central Brighton
Marlborough House is a mansion in Brighton on the south coast of England. It is a Grade I listed building. Located at 54 Old Steine, it was built as a red brick building circa 1765 for Samuel Shergold, a local hotelier. After being sold on by both Shergold and its second owner, the Duke of Marlborough, in 1786 it was bought by William Gerard Hamilton and altered to a Georgian design by Robert Adam. For many years it was owned by Brighton and Hove Council. It is currently undergoing major renovations.
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