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Latitude: 51.5671 / 51°34'1"N
Longitude: -0.1753 / 0°10'31"W
OS Eastings: 526565
OS Northings: 186936
OS Grid: TQ265869
Mapcode National: GBR CZ.VX1
Mapcode Global: VHGQK.XW51
Plus Code: 9C3XHR8F+RV
Entry Name: St Columbas Hospital
Listing Date: 10 April 1981
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1378794
English Heritage Legacy ID: 478148
Also known as: The Elms
The Elms, Hampstead
ID on this website: 101378794
Location: Hampstead Heath, Camden, London, NW3
Electoral Ward/Division: Hampstead Town
Parish: Non Civil Parish
Built-Up Area: Camden
Traditional County: Middlesex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London
Church of England Parish: Christ Church Hampstead
Church of England Diocese: London
TQ2686NE SPANIARD'S ROAD
798-1/9/1490 (East side)
10/04/81 St Columba's Hospital
Formerly known as: The Elms SPANIARD'S ROAD.
Detached house. c1875, probably enclosing an earlier building
on the site itself of two periods but of which no trace is now
visible internally. Red brick with terracotta dressings and
Welsh slate roof. Free style, with details and several shaped
gables in the style of George Devey. Long irregular 2-storey
range having 3 projecting gabled sections and a tower at the
south end. C20 north extensions.
INTERIOR: not inspected but noted to retain a large reception
room of 2 storey height with carved oak panelling of great
richness and individuality, French Renaissance style, a large
carved chimney piece and a frieze and ceiling with grotesque
grille panels. A full height bay window faces a viewing
gallery at 1st floor level above the entrance. Another small
room is fitted with C18 style panelling and ceiling
plasterwork. A larger saloon has flat Adam style decoration.
Traces of woodwork and carving similar to the first room and
Jacobean style doors and architraves in the hall and other
rooms; also a staircase and stairwell in Jacobean style. Room
north of main saloon has damaged decorated ceiling concealed
by slung modern ceiling. Former matron's office; altered by
partition etc., has good ceiling, fireplace and panelling.
Upstairs refurbishment in 1930s has introduced some woodworks
and bathroom fittings in Art Deco style.
HISTORICAL NOTE: the house was owned 1894-1908 by Sir Joseph
Joel Duveen, art dealer and collector, who had it richly
embellished in the 1890s, possibly employing Collcutt, who had
also worked in his West End showrooms as decorator. It stands
on the site of Mother Huff's Tea Gardens which flourished here
for 50 years from 1678.
Listing NGR: TQ2656586936
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