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Description: Hertfordshire and Essex General Hospital (Former Workhouse Block, Now Staff Accomodation, Comprising
Date Listed: 11 July 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 160925
OS Grid Reference: TL5005720907
OS Grid Coordinates: 550057, 220907
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8666, 0.1780
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5253 HAYMEADS LANE
Herts and Essex
block, now staff
Cecil House, offices
and training school)
TL 42 SE:6/31, 7/31
1856 former workhouse complex, red brick, slate and modern concrete tile roofs.
Y-plan with terminating blocks. Entrance block at foot of Y, set back within
courtyard, flanked on east by single storey lodges. These have hipped roof centres of
3 semi-circular headed sash windows. Entrance block: 3 storeys, 5 windows, all
arch-headed, partly vertical sash, partly with bottom-hung ventilators. Central door
with cornice on concoles. Low hipped roof with exposed rafters on projecting eaves.
Dentil cornice. Central louvre with iron weathervane and fox motif. Legs of Y also
3 storeys with similar window and eaves treatment. Other terminal blocks similar to
entrance, but 4 windows. Adjoining south terminal block on east side is original,
single-storey casualty cell block. Eight windows with original, iron opening gear
intact on south side.
Listing NGR: TL5005720907
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Source: English Heritage
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