Townscape Map

121 – 122 High Street

The High Street façade is split into two elements, reflecting the two buildings that previously sat on the site.

The left hand façade is rendered. The right hand façade is in red brick, in stretcher bond, reflecting the historic construction material. The building is 4 storeys with the fenestration patterns aligned, but the left hand façade is, overall, slightly shorter. The roofs are pitched and covered in pan tiles. A parapet runs across the top of both facades.

There is a glazed double width door on the ground floor of the right hand façade, off-set to the left. Windows:

  1. Ground floor. There are large plate glass windows at either side of the door. The whole of the shop front is built forward of the façade line.
  2. First floor. There are five equally sized windows each split into two equal sized panes by a horizontal glazing bar. Three are in the right hand façade and the sills, keystone and arch mimic the details around the windows in No. 125. A continuous sill runs under the two in the left hand façade.
  3. Second floor. As per the first floor but with smaller windows.
  4. Third floor. As per the second floor but with smaller windows again. A flagpole is attached to the top left hand corner of the right hand façade. The downpipe appears to be housed in a recess.
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

The previous Nos. 121 and 121 were listed as Grade II at the time of their demolition. They had the appearance of Georgian properties.

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

Operated as a single premises with No. 121. Attached to Nos. 120 and 119 on the LHS and No. 123 / 124 on the RHS.


121 - 122 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1AY

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