The abandoned Woolton Hall is a grade i listed building in a village just outside Liverpool.
It was built in 1704 by the Molyneux family on a large estate comprising of over 400 acres. In 1772 Robert Adam was contracted to renovate Woolton Hall. The frontage and interior underwent extensive renovations. It is praised as Robert Adams finest work in the north of England. Adam was a renowned architect and a leader of the classical revival in the United Kingdom.
I find it hard to believe the internal design here is exactly original, in my opinion it is quite ghastly and looks like Laurance Llewelyn Bowen has been let loose here. The blue octagon room is only this shape due to plasterboard and the doors on the corners lead to a cupboard and a water closet. On closer inspection the wood panelling is not as nice as it seems on images either and as for some of the ceilings!!
So I leave you with images of what was probably a grand manor until some crazy person on LSD was set loose with it.
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