Sir John James Burnet, 1902, as hospital. English late
renaissance. 2 storeys with attic, advanced ends (facade
2-4-2 bays). Stugged and snecked ashlar with rusticated
quoins, raised margins; central columned porch with
remarkable consoled arched hood, elaborately sculptured
door architrave with monogrammed cartouche; sculptured
panel above. Outer ground floor bipartites are set in
shallow panels; small-paned windows throughout - sashes,
but with top hoppers at 1st floor. Bold mutule cornice;
gabled attic dormers. Bell-cast piended and slated roof
breaks forward at ends; simple finials; cut-down stacks.
5-bay flank to Langlands Road; asymmetrical rear
elevation. Enclosed by iron railings - serpentine, at
entrane - on low ashlar coping and with corniced piers.