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Plas Carew
Unit 5/7 Cefn Coed
Parc Nantgarw
Cardiff
CF15 7QQ

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Former Chapel at Lluesty Hospital

Street Name and Number: Old Chester Road,
Listed Building Reference: 455
Grade: II
Date Listed: 19/08/1991
Date Amended: 19/08/1991
Co-ordinates: 318937,375054
Locality:
Community: Holywell
Council: Flintshire
National Park: No

Location
Immediately to N of the main hospital building with E gable end facing the road.

History
Built 1883-4 as the hospital chapel by John Douglas, architect of Chester. Modern conversion to medical usage.

Interior
Altered interior.

Exterior
Early English Gothic. Rubble masonry with red sandstone dressings; slate roof, overhanging eaves and octagonal shingled fleche; later brick chimney stacks. Stepped 3-light end windows; to W, with relieving arch and set over the main entrance which has label and boarded doors; to E, with giant arch label, flanking buttresses and small outer lancets. Shallow pointed arch windows to 5-bay sides with raking buttresses.

Reason for Listing
Group value with Lluesty Hospital.

References
Hubbard, "Clwyd", p.374.