Townscape Map

125 High Street

This is a four storey brick building of two bays. The front wall is red brick of Flemish bond. There is some irregularity of bond on the top storey. The side wall visible rising above No. 126 is rendered. The roof is covered in slate and has a raised front parapet. There are three chimney stacks, two at the left hand side and one at the right hand side, all constructed from brick. The right hand side stack is lower and has been capped. The stacks on the right hand side run up the party wall with No. 123/124 and may have been raised in height. There are three pots per stack. There are no doorways in the High Street façade of 125 High Street, with entry being via No. 126.

Front High Street elevation windows:

  1. Ground floor. Wooden shop front with six panels in the pediment. Three large panels of glass above.
  2. First floor, second and third floors. Each floor has two windows, diminishing in height up the façade. Each window has a flush wooden frame with four panes of glass. The first and second floor windows are sash windows, split horizontally. The top floor windows are either vertical sashes or fixed pane.

All upper floor windows have stone or concrete sills and keystones set in arches constructed from end on end bricks. A single metal downpipe protrudes through the façade on the left hand side , at the base of the parapet. Rectangular hopper. Rear elevation not recorded.

Period 18th Century
( 18th century )
Listed Status Grade II Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Mon, 28 Sep 2009


125 - 126 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1AY

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