110 High Street
This is a three storey brick building with attic. The brick is stretcher bond to front elevation, the side elevation has English Bond one header to five stretchers. The building first floor covers the alleyway over Hambletonian Yard. There is a side elevation and part of rear elevation in white glazed brick which appear to be cladding.
The roof is slate with decorative ridge tiles including the dormer window which has a finial. The ground floor has a modern shop front with double door and wooden framed windows to either side. The other three floors have bay windows to front including the dormer. Windows to rear and side have all been blocked.
There is a side door with roller shutter. There are chimneys either end of the building, the left hand side one having three pots and the right hand side one has two pots. Drainpipes are plastic. There is a sign for Hambletonian Yard.
|Period||Late 18th Early 19th Century|
|Listed Status||Not Listed|
|Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area||Yes|
|Original Building Use||Unknown|
|Current Building Use||Shop|
|Date of Survey||Mon, 28 Sep 2009|
|Relationship to Adjoining Buildings||
Attached to No 109 on LHS attached to 111 on other side of Hambletonian Yard
110 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BB