Description: Hospital of St John the Baptist
Date Listed: 19 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 330010
OS Grid Reference: SE3140270909
OS Grid Coordinates: 431402, 470909
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1331, -1.5209
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SE 3170 RIPON BONDGATE
5/211 (east side)
Nos 94 to 99 (consec)
(Hospital of St John
1878. Brown brick, with red brick strings and black brick voissoirs. Timber-framed
gable ends. Tile roofs. One storey. Three gabled projections; 2 end ones with one
casement each and half-hipped roofed porches in angles, with cusped arcaded timber
sides; central projection has 2 similar porches, side by side. Remainder has 4 pairs
of arched sashes. Doors with 4 panels and diagonal boarding, in segment-headed
History. For the history of the Hospital as an institution see Chapel of St John the
Baptist, Bondgate (qv).
The Hospital building is first mentioned in the Valor Ecclesiasticus (1535), where it
is said to consist of a house with a close attached. The Charity Commissioners Report
of 1820 found a small one-storeyed house on Bondgate, with accommodation for
2 sisters. In 1878 this was replaced by the present building.
Listing NGR: SE3140270909
Source: English Heritage
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