Townscape Map

113 High Street

Above the shop front the High Street façade has three storeys, constructed of glass and panels within a metal frame. The façade is framed by pilasters, one brick wide. The main portion of the south facing façade is of metal framed glass and panel on the first and second floors, above a buff grey brick ground floor. The rear portion of this façade is completely in buff grey bricks. The bricks are laid in stretcher bond.

The roof is not visible but seems to be flat. The openings on the High Street façade are as follows:

1. Ground floor. There is a single entrance, used as a fire door, to the left hand side. The rest of the shop front is behind a shutter.

2. Upper floors. Six bays, each with a window with a panel above. The windows have metal frames and are split into two panes. The upper, larger, pane opens on a vertical swivel. The upper floors of the rear portion of the building are of the same construction as the High Street façade for 16 bays. These are above a ground floor which has no openings. Behind this is a staircase tower, constructed of brick, with a fire door at the ground floor level.

At the centre of this tower is a single bay of metal framed glass and panels running through the height of the building. To either side of this, on each floor, are narrow three pane windows. There are no rainwater goods are visible.

Period 20th Century
( Late 20th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Shop
( Shop )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Thu, 01 Oct 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Adjoins 114 High Street to the north and 112 High Street to the south


113 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1BB

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