NORTH WEST WARD RANGE AT ST GEORGES HOSPITAL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1254576

Date first listed: 05-Oct-1993

Statutory Address: NORTH WEST WARD RANGE AT ST GEORGES HOSPITAL, WINTER STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: NORTH WEST WARD RANGE AT ST GEORGES HOSPITAL, WINTER STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Sheffield (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SK 34052 87578

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Details

SHEFFIELD

SK3487NW WINTER STREET 784-1/17/794 (North East side) 05/10/93 North-west ward range at St George's Hospital

GV II

North-west ward range at St George's Hospital, formerly the Borough Fever Hospital. 1876-82, with mid C20 alterations. Built by SL Swann. Red brick with blue brick, moulded brick and ashlar dressings. Flat roofs surrounded by pierced stone balustrade topped with ornate cast-iron railing. Gothic Revival style. EXTERIOR: plinth, string courses, sill and impost bands, moulded brick cornice. 2 storeys; 14 window range. Ground floor windows mainly boarded at time of survey. The building comprises two Y-plan blocks, now connected at their inner ends by a mid C20 brick link building with 2 casements above, and a full width glazed canopy below, covering various windows and doors. Each block has 3 stone mullioned cross casements flanked by single light transomed windows, all with segmental heads. Below, similar fenestration with segmental pointed polychrome heads with panel tracery. At the inner ends, a canted 2 storey staircase tower with balustrade and large stack. 3 shouldered segmental pointed windows with polychrome heads, and above them, blocked round windows. Blocked ground floor windows. The left block has no tower, and the corresponding bay has irregular C20 fenestration. At the centre of the inner ends, a large dormer with slated roof, coped gable and pointed arched window. Splayed projecting bays at the outer ends have a segment-headed transomed window above, and a similar window with segmental pointed head and panel tracery below. In each return angle, 2 similar windows on each floor. At the left end, one window modified to form a fire escape. Between the splayed bays, a segment-headed 3-light mullion window with transom, and below, a pointed arched window. INTERIOR not inspected. Building vacant at time of survey.

Listing NGR: SK3405287578

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Legacy System number: 457513

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