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The Infirmary, Guston

Description: The Infirmary

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 178455

OS Grid Reference: TR3294943525
OS Grid Coordinates: 632949, 143525
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1436, 1.3290

Location: A258, Guston, Kent CT15 5EB

Locality: Guston
Local Authority: Dover District Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT15 5EB

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Listing Text


5/16 The Infirmary


Infirmary buildings. 1909 by Sir Henry Tanner. Pebbledashed and red brick with
plain tiled roof. Arts and Crafts Georgian style. Symmetrical plan, with
central main range and flanking end blocks linked by corridor wings. Main
range 2 storeys with rusticated quoins and projecting centre piece with
pediment;modillion eaves cornice to hipped roof with stacks to left, centre
and right. Three paired glazing bar sashes on first floor, with brick aprons
and 2 on ground floor, keyed with central tented bay window. Single storey
flanking wings with returned hip adjacent to main block with semi-dormer,
large mullioned wooden windows and wooden porches with half glazed door. End
pavillions raised on arched base open throughout to ventilation. Colonnaded
loggias to either hipped block with single storey service wing projecting
on return elevations. Glazing bar sashes throughout with segmentally headed
semi-dormers on return elevations. Barrel vaulted interiors to wards.

Listing NGR: TR3248343658

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Source: English Heritage

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