Broughton Hall, Merseyside
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For Broughton Hall, North Yorkshire, see Broughton, Craven. For Broughton Hall, near Eccleshall, Staffordshire, see Broughton Hall, Staffordshire.
|Architectural style||Gothic Revival|
|Town or city||Liverpool|
|Client||Gustavus C. Schaube|
Broughton Hall is a Gothic house at Yew Tree Lane West Derby, Liverpool, England, built in 1860 for Gustavus C. Schaube, a Liverpool merchant originating from Hamburg. The conservatory added between 1870 and 1880 is of special interest.
- Broughton Hall High School Technology College
- Morton, B. (1995), "Supporting Columns: Restoring a Cast Iron Conservatory", Context 48 (December 1995), Institute of Historic Building Conservation, accessed 21 November 2007.
- Sisters of the Community of Our Lady of Mercy at Broughton Hall
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