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Latitude: 53.1744 / 53°10'27"N
Longitude: -3.4231 / 3°25'23"W
OS Eastings: 304975
OS Northings: 365085
OS Grid: SJ049650
Mapcode National: GBR 6M.42YR
Mapcode Global: WH771.DG5T
Plus Code: 9C5R5HFG+PP
Entry Name: 'The Bungalow' (Former Isolation Ward) at the North Wales Hospital, inc associated Mortuary Block
Listing Date: 15 April 1994
Last Amended: 20 July 2000
Source ID: 16174
Building Class: Health and Welfare
Location: On a sloping site between the main hospital complex and the chapel; facing roughly E.
Community: Denbigh (Dinbych)
Locality: North Wales Hospital
Traditional County: Denbighshire
Tagged with: Architectural structure
Late C19 block built as isolation wards with associated mortuary to the rear. The wards were symmetrically designed as male and female pavilion wings of cruciform plan, linked to a 2-storey central block.
Male and female isolation wards, designed as reflected units around a central 2-storey block with connecting glazed corridors. Snecked brown-grey stone, slate roofs. The recessed storeyed block has two gables with mullioned and transomed windows to each floor. The central bay has a small first floor window and a doorway with small-pane over-light and marginal glazing; cross-windows to the outer, gabled bays, with small-pane glazing to those of the ground floor. Projecting end chimney, and a tall small-pane window towards rear. The rear elevation has paired windows to each gable, with smaller window between.
The L (S) wing roof has a cupola; projecting gabled bay with mullioned and transomed window, and vent slot in the gable apex. Mullioned and transomed window to the L with smaller square window beyond; to the R of the gabled bay is a mullioned and transomed window; splayed corner with similar window and a further mullioned and transomed window to the gabled end. Transomed windows to the rear and a projecting gabled bay on the inner end; small single-storey gabled office. The wing is connected to the central block by a corridor with stone wall to a height of around 1m and small-pane glazing above; monopitch slate roof to front; door to inner return. The R wing is a mirror-image of the L.
To the rear, connected by a wall and service buildings, is a parallel, single-storey mortuary range. Construction as before with louvered roof vents, small-pane windows and a boarded door.
Listed for its special interest as an ingeniously-planned late C19 isolation block.
Group value with other listed items at the North Wales Hospital.
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