Townscape Map

102 High Street

The building is of three storeys, constructed of brick and has been rendered. The roof is slate with a parapet at the front. Brickwork visible at the rear is of English bond three stretcher and one header. At the rear, the building is quite complex with an extension covering what would have been the yard. This extension has a hipped slated roof with an unusual wooden turreted building, square in shape and with a hipped slated roof. The wooden construction looks like shiplap planking with three unusual arched wooden coverings, which look as if they may have been windows on each side.

The main building has one chimney on the south side shared with No 101 with one pot visible. There is a short chimney at the rear and the wooden turret appears to have an extract in the centre of the roof. There are two metal ties at different heights visible at the side of the building. On the ground floor there is a single large plate glass window with panelling below flanked by two doors- the north one of which is blocked up. There is the entrance into Exchange Yard next to north door. To the side there are at least five bricked up windows and two bricked up doors. The yard area has a side door.

On the first floor at the front there is a large sashed bay window to either side and in the centre. On the North side are three sash windows. At the rear (west side) is one single sash window. On the second floor at the front is a window with a pediment and stone (rendered brick) mullions. The central section consists of two casements. These are flanked on either side by two single windows. A second smaller window is also pedimented with two casements . On the north side there is one sash window and two casement type opening. Some windows have brick lintels. Drain pipes are cast iron. There are various openings in the wall that have been bricked up at a later date.

Period 18th Century with Later Façade
( 18th century with later façade to High Street )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Leisure/Entertainment
( Public House )
Current Building Use Leisure/Entertainment
( Public House )
Date of Survey Wed, 30 Sep 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

The building is attached to No101 and to No 103 extending over Exchange Yard


The George 102 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BD

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