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On the ground floor were created an isolation theatre, labour room, operating theatre, sterilising departments, patients’ wards, two nurseries and a sun parlour.On the first floor were further wards, nurseries and medical rooms together with 24 bedrooms for sisters and nurses.It is a low, single storey, symmetrical building, stone built with coursed rubble and ashlar facings.The windows – singles either side of the central entrance, bipartite for the outer bays, have chamfered heads and corbels supporting the window sills.The administration building and nurses’ home in particular are good examples of the functional 1930s style with harled walls and red tile roofs.A TB treatment centre was added in 1902 for the brewer James Younger.In 1903 they joined forces with the Sick Poor Nursing Association in Cupar and after obtaining plans from three local men: Henry Bruce, David Storrar and H. Newman, the last of these was appointed and work progressed quickly.
The building seems to survive, now Nos 9 and 11 East Leven Street, and long-since converted into private domestic use.
It is a very large Edwardian free‑style house with a dramatic skyline of gables and conical and facetted roofed turrets.
The composition is augmented by good retaining walls and wrought‑iron gates.
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