Townscape Map

103 High Street

A three storey brick building. The High Street (East) frontage is in stretcher bond and painted white. The South side is a combination of old and new brickwork. The West side is cement rendered. There is a string course at roof level and a parapet above. The roof has a slate covering. The ground floor has a central, recessed, double door entrance to the High Street. There is a single door to the south with evidence of two bricked up doorways.

There is a large plate glass window to the High Street and a wood casement with fascia around door and windows. There is evidence of two bricked up windows on the South ground floor. The first floor has three sash windows with stone sills and brick lintels to the east. The south side has four large modern windows and one small with brick lintels. The Second floor has three sash windows with stone sills and brick lintels to the east. There is evidence of a bricked up window at eaves level on the south side. There are two metal ties visible on the West wall. There is an interesting curved brick structure against the south wall. It is thought that this may cover a cistern or well.

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 Dwelling/House
( House? )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Wed, 30 Sep 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Attached to 102 over entrance to Exchange Yard and to 104


103 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BD

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