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128 High Street

A gap beneath the eaves of the side profile reveals early 19th Century brickwork of similar English Garden Wall bond. The roof profile is gable with two rectangular chimney stacks built into the wall on either side, the smaller of the two is shared with No.127, although no chimney pots survive on either.

A substantial parapet perhaps covering a concealed gutter and possible header still rests at the base of the slate roof. Materials used: The ground floor has a terracotta tiled façade which spans the entire length of both No.128 and No.127, whereas floors one to three are rendered white over early 19th Century brick. Thin slate tiles adorn the roof with a more modern half-round ridge at the top. Number of storeys: 4 Fenestration and doorways: Floors one to three have two plain, single-pane windows to each floor also with slight projecting painted stone cills, bordered by inset painted wooden frames.

Period 19th Century
( Early 19th century )
Listed Status Grade II Listed
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Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Shop
( Shop )
Current Building Use Shop
Other Information

The earliest record of the function of this building is in 1827, where a Mr. Joseph Coxton worked as a plumber out of the building

Date of Survey Wed, 30 Sep 2009
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

From 1968 -81 this building was combined with No.127, High Street, next door, by the jewellers, H. Samuel. Both had shared function and both share a single chimney stack


128 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1AY

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