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Description: Part of the Former Master's House at the Great Hospital
Date Listed: 26 February 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 228812
OS Grid Reference: TG2372809049
OS Grid Coordinates: 623728, 309049
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6330, 1.3047
TG 2309 SE BISHOPGATE
26.2.54. Part of former Master's House at
The Great Hospital. (Formerly listed
as The Master's Lodging at
The Great Hospital)
Former Master's House on north side of cloister, now flats. C15 and later.
Pointed flint and brick rubble; pantile roof, 2 storeys; scattered fenestration
including one first floor wooden casement with leaded lights. 5 and 6-light
ground floor windows have moulded mullions and transoms under chamfered and
stopped lintels. Small Tudor-arched plank door with decorated spandrels to
left; 6-panelled door to right. 2-bay no-vaulted chamber to right forming a
through-passage to cloister. C15 door blocked with red brick in cloister.
Interior not inspected during the re-survey.
Listing NGR: TG2372809049
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Source: English Heritage
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