The map above may be helpful.
The red area is the part that is due to be auctioned next month, the auction details should appear here soon http://www.a-r.co.uk/current-auction
The green area is the part that was rebuilt recently.
The blue area show where the ground floor is disused.
The photographs next, please understand that a lot of them were taken in complete darkness, so in some cases the quality and subject is dubious, also for some I used a very wide angle lens as I couldn’t get fare away enough to fit enough in any other way.
This page, the first ones are of the main entrance hall to the flats which is in use, followed next by the part that most recently used as a bar, followed by The Prince Albert Room which appears to have had the fireplace stolen. Here is the link http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/granville
I am putting this post together and adding to it as I get time today, any help with old photos, historical information, modern information would be helpful.
There were of course these plans passed in 2005, I am not sure if they are still valid.
Here is the back, it looks a bit tacky to me, the planning ref is F/TH/04/0882 if you fancy investigating it.
On to the next page of pictures, through the kitchen and into the dining room and at the end of the page into the cellar below. Here is the link http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/granville/id3.htm
The dining room is rather sad, one of the pictures of it is at the top of this post, the big wooden box on the left covers the fireplace, I believe there is a similar one on one in the houses of parliament another Pugin building.
Various parts of the ceiling have collapsed, I suspect due to water damage.