Situated in the early Victorian part of Ryde that was built for the burgeoning middle classes who holidayed there, Vectis Hall was originally the first free school in Ryde, dated 1812.
According to Historic England. In the Ryde Conservation Appraisal of 2011, it was listed as "a building of considerable historic interest", albeit already empty and semi-derelict by then.
Two storeys except East bay which contains hall through height of building. Stone rubble with ashlar quoins, yellow brick window dressings centre and East. The centre is slightly recessed. West bay contains original three light casements with glazing bars. Centre two mid C19 round headed windows with Keystones over. Large window in East bay is modern. Central round headed doorway with yellow brick dressings added, double doors. Low pitch hipped slate roof with projecting eaves.
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Kaleigh Colston Explores - https://www.youtube.com/c/KayleighCoulstonExplores/
Exploring with Ashe - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpWZlgMiIcXCddXA5PB-iJw
Exploring with JenEvie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSczdodpP6k&t=2s