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Haine Hospital Administrative Block, Ramsgate

Description: Haine Hospital Administrative Block

Grade: DL
Date Listed: 17 October 1988
Date Delisted: 29 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 172089

OS Grid Reference: TR3622867647
OS Grid Coordinates: 636228, 167647
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3587, 1.3917

Locality: Ramsgate
Local Authority: Thanet District Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT12 5AB

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Listing Text

The following building shall be deleted

TR 36 NE
(east side)
Haine Hospital
Administrative Block


TR 36 NE
(east side)
1/131 Haine Hospital
Administrative block
Hospital administrative and accommodation block. 1900 by Henry Bertram
Langham and William George Osborne joint architects, built by W.W. Martin.
Stock brick with red brick and terracotta details and interlocking tiled roof
Courtyard plan in Queen Anne style. Three storeys on plinth with moulded
string courses and banded brick and with moulded cornice. Projecting wings to
left and to right, with scrolled shaped pediments. Stacks to left and to end
right, and ranged along return elevations. Three central half-dormers
pedimented to centre, segmentally pedimented to sides, with raised window
surrounds with segmental pediments in wings. Raised window surrounds also on
1st floor in wings with broken swan-necked pediments with single lights
flanking double lights double lights flanking central single light and gauged
heads to main block. Ground floor with canted bays to left and to right with
swept battlement parapet, and double lights flanking central doorway. All
windows sashes, the top leafs only with glazing bars. Central double
half-glazed doors with segmental fanlight and moulded projecting and
pilastered with broken pediment and ball finial. Balustrated forecourt
executed in crea, terracotta. Foundation stone to end left. Left return with
2 square and 1 canted ground floor bays. Right return with eaves-drop covered
walkway. Interior: dogleg marble staircase with panelled iron balustrade and
wreathed handrail. Built as the Isle of Thanet Smallpox Isolation Hospital.

Listing NGR: TR3622867647

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Source: English Heritage

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