Grosvenor Lodge

1017 Western Road
London

Grosvenor Lodge

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Grosvenor Lodge is the London Regional Centre for Heritage and the Environment. Grosvenor Lodge was built in 1853 by Samuel Peters. The Lodge was the Peter's family home for three generations, until grand daughter Leila's death in 1974. In 1992 a coalition of heritage and environmental groups, under the sponsorship of Heritage London Foundation, proposed to operate Grosvenor Lodge as a public center.

519.645.2845

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