Townscape Map

119 and 120 High Street

The four storey building is constructed from red brick laid in stretcher bond. The section of the façade containing the windows is framed in painted concrete.

The main roof is pitched and slated but the rear extension has a flat, felted roof. There is a centrally placed chimney stack in the form of a narrow oblong. This appears to be topped with vents rather than pots. There are two entrances at ground floor level. To the right is a double entrance into a small newspaper kiosk. This has no other shop front.

To the left of this is a single, glazed door into the shop. The shop fronts extend beyond the building line of the upper floors. Windows:

Ground floor. Plate glass windows with angled returns to the inset door.

The First floor has three metal windows, with the central one being twice the width of the outer two. All are metal framed casements. The bottom two panes are fixed. There is a continuous sill and lintel across.

Second floor. As first floor, but the height may the slightly reduced

Third floor. As first floor with reduced height. Rear elevation not recorded.

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
Other Information

Evidence suggests that this building was re-built twice during the 20th century and at least once during the 19th

Date of Survey Mon, 28 Sep 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Attached to No. 118 on the LHs and No. 122 on the RHS


119 - 120 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1AY

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