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Latitude: 50.3714 / 50°22'17"N
Longitude: -4.1613 / 4°9'40"W
OS Eastings: 246402
OS Northings: 54622
OS Grid: SX464546
Mapcode National: GBR R76.WR
Mapcode Global: FRA 2852.2MX
Entry Name: Former Royal Naval Hospital the Square Numbers 11, 12 and 12a and Attached Walls
Listing Date: 1 May 1975
Last Amended: 9 November 1998
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1113320
English Heritage Legacy ID: 473517
Location: Plymouth, PL1
County: City of Plymouth
Electoral Ward/Division: St Peter and the Waterfront
Built-Up Area: Plymouth
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Plymouth St Peter and the Holy Apostles
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
SX4654NW HIGH STREET, Stonehouse
740-1/55/818 (North side)
01/05/75 Former Royal Naval Hospital: The
Square Nos.11, 12 & 12A and attached
(Formerly Listed as:
HIGH STREET, Stonehouse
Royal Naval Hospital: Residences
Nos.11, 12 & 13)
Officer's house at former Naval Hospital. c1765, designed by
Alexander Rovehead for the Navy Board. Plymouth limestone
rubble with limestone quoins, architraves, band above ground
floor and 1st-floor string to central bays; dry slate roofs on
3 levels: hipped ends except for taller central block with
mansard roof and large stone end stacks and 2 gabled dormers,
pediment with spoked lunette in front and parapet in front of
flanking roofs. Double-depth plan in 5 blocks with forward
breaks between blocks to projecting centre.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys plus attic pedimented central block
flanked by 2-storey blocks plus single-storey blocks at far
left and right, making symmetrical 1:3:3:3:1-window front.
Original or C19 hornless sashes with glazing bars to most
openings. Central pedimented block has central 1st-floor
Venetian window with spoked centre light and blind sidelights
and later enclosed rendered porch under with central window
and entrance to the side. The flanking blocks have central
wooden porches with fielded panels; moulded cornice and glazed
doors and sides; overlights with small panes behind.
INTERIOR: not inspected but known to have retained original
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: high rubble front garden walls with
ramped coping and also attached is part of the original
perimeter wall of the hospital designed to prevent the
patients from escaping.
HISTORY: shown in 1800 as the houses of the steward's clerk
and the agent's clerk.
Part of an outstanding and complete military hospital complex.
(Morrison K: Royal Naval Hospital, Stonehouse: Cambridge:
Listing NGR: SX4640254622
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