Townscape Map

112 High Street

This is a four storey building, the property has façade of painted brick. There are a number of extensions to the rear, all constructed from brick. The roofs are pitched and slate covered. There is a brick built chimney, without a pot. 

The High Street façade has the following openings:

  1. Ground floor. Single metal framed glazed door to the left hand side of the façade. There are small glazed panels to the left of the door and above it. The rest of the projecting shop front, below the signage board, is taken up by a plate glass window.
  2. Upper floors. The first, second and third floors each contain two sash windows, off-set to the right. All the windows are vertical sashes, with six panes per sash. The first floor windows are partially covered by the signage board, obscuring the bottom row of panes.

A four storey extension, with evidence of a raised roof line, is immediately behind the High Street frontage. This contains one small window each at the second and third floors. This extension does not cover the whole of the rear wall of the High Street frontage and to there is a window each at the first and second floor levels. These each have an upper horizontal pane above two vertical panes. The remaining rear extensions are a mixture of one and two storey and have an irregular pattern of fenestration on the north facing wall. A gutter, attached to a wooden barge board, runs along the High Street façade and discharges to a down comer to the right hand side of the building. All the rear extension roof pitches have gutters with down comers that discharge into the rear yard.


Period Late 18th Early 19th Century
( 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 Thu, 01 Oct 2009


112 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BB

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