List number: 1263353
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5297633824

Manor House, Headland, Hartlepool


This disused building on Friar Street, Headland in Hartlepool was once the north-east wing of the former St. Hilda's Hospital. It was built on the remains of c.1600 monastic house[1]. Later it was used as workhouse, before being used as a hospital. It is a Grade II listed building.

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Medieval Manor House

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NORTH EAST WING OF ST HILDA'S HOSPITAL - Hartlepool - List Entry
- "Remains of c.1600 manor house, later used as poor house and latterly as hospital; on site of C13 monastic house. Coursed, hammer-dressed limestone; Welsh slate roof with stone gable ...

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