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Trinity Almshouses trinity Hospital

A Grade I Listed Building in Salisbury, Wiltshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.067 / 51°4'1"N

Longitude: -1.7919 / 1°47'30"W

OS Eastings: 414679

OS Northings: 129761

OS Grid: SU146297

Mapcode National: GBR 51F.3S9

Mapcode Global: FRA 7649.FRD

Entry Name: Trinity Almshouses trinity Hospital

Listing Date: 28 February 1952

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243305

English Heritage Legacy ID: 447004

Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1

County: Wiltshire

Civil Parish: Salisbury

Traditional County: Wiltshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire

Church of England Parish: Salisbury St Martin

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text

TRINITY STREET
1.
1594 (North Side)
Trinity Almshouses
[Nos 1 to 13 (consec)
(Trinity Hospital)]
SU 1429 NE 4/142 28.2.52.

I GV
2.
Founded in 1379 by Agnes Bottenham. Rebuilt in 1702. 2 storeys and attic,
brick, projecting plinth with splayed stone capping. Projecting stone quoins,
stone band at 1st floor level. Wood moulded and modillioned eaves cornice,
steep pitched old tile roof, 2 tall symmetrical chimney stacks.
2 hipped dormer windows with lattice leaded casements and tile hung cheeks.
6 windows and central panel with sundial at 1st floor level.
6 windows and central door ground floor.
All windows except those flanking door are 2 light stone mullioned windows
with stone architrave surrounds. The windows flanking doorway are 1-light
and similar.
6 flush panelled double door in stone architrave surround with plain frieze
and small moulded cornice with curved broken pediment over. The stone band
at 1st floor level is swept up and broken for the pediment. The stone sundial
panel is the same height as 1st floor windows with bolection architrave surround
and sundial in top half. The doorway opens into a paved loggia with 3 arches
and stone Doric columns. Seats are arranged round the walls.
The courtyard, 2 storeys and attic, brick projecting plinth, stone band at
1st floor level, coved and moulded eaves cornice, old tile roof.
2 4 light mullioned and transomed windows at 1st floor over loggia lighting
the Board Room - interior may be of interest.
Sides of courtyard. 2 hipped dormer windows with tile hung cheeks. 6 windows
in 1st floor. 4 windows and 2 doorways in corners on ground floor.
Wide doorways with heavy moulded frames and flat 3-centred arches. Oak contemporary
staircases and panelled oak doors inside. The Chapel opposite the loggia has
a small bracketed pediment and a wooden clock turret on apex of roof with bracketed
cornice and concave, hipped, leaded roof with flat octagonal finial with curved
facets.
Central door 6-panelled in bolection moulded surround. Panelled pilasters,
plain frieze, small moulded cornice broken round carved scroll brackets with
curved broken pediment over with central cartouche. Doorway flanked by tall,
narrow, arched, leaded windows with moulded architrave surrounds and key blocks.
Interior of chapel has contemporary screen, panelled pews and cornice on carved
brackets. Cast lead sink to pump in courtyard dated 1809.

Nos 13 to 17 (odd) form a group with Trinity Hospital.


Listing NGR: SU1466529753

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