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Description: St Andrew's Hospital (Front Block and Wings Only)
Date Listed: 9 December 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 231941
OS Grid Reference: SP7700860592
OS Grid Coordinates: 477008, 260592
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2381, -0.8737
Saint Andrews Hospital
(Front block and wings only)
SP 7660 6/105 9.12.68.
SP 7760 6/105
Circa 1837 by J Milne. Ashlar, hipped Welsh slated roofs behind blocking courses.
Plinths floor bands, cornices. Restrained symmetrical south west front has 3
storey, 7 window central block, 3 window 3 storey end blocks, connecting 2 storey
7 window wings. Sashes with glazing bars in reveals. Slightly projecting pedimented
3 window centre has Roman Doric portico to ground floor with coupled columns.
John Clare, poet, died here 1864.
St Andrew's Hospital, Chapel, Chaplain's House and Main Gateway form a group
together with the Occupational Therapy House, which is of local interest.
Listing NGR: SP7700860592
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Source: English Heritage
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