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A nineteenth century French-style convalescent home has been awarded Grade II-listed status, it was announced last week. The Brighton building was used to house British wounded soldiers during the First World War. The building has well-preserved secondary glazing - thought to be the only example in the uk. Until 1994, the home was run by an order of nuns based in Versailles.

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