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    Default Mongewell Park School


    Site type: School

    Description: Former residential boarding school including mansion house, residential accommodation, teaching facilities and ancillary buildings.

    Hazards: ?

    Status: recently closed so probably good condition

    Recommended? : ?

    Not exactly a location report as haven't been there yet! Currently on the market for 10 million.... recently closed. Anyone been there yet or knows any more about the site? PM me for where it's advertised and a brochure with photos etc.




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    Default Re: Mongewell Park School


    A few varied dates photos from the mansion house at Carmel College, Mongewell Park.

    Aerial shot



    Frontage



    Main Hall



    Uber Fireplace



    All images are from this site dedicated to keeping the memory of the place alive: http://www.carmelcollege.org.uk


    JD

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