Townscape Map

141 High Street

The building is three storeys and contains a McColl’s convenience store. The ground floor is two plate glass windows, surrounding a central painted glass door.

The first floor storey has three sash windows that appear to be old or original. The second storey has three sash windows that appear to be old or original. There is a black mortar decorative course that runs the length of the façade above the first and second floor. The roof is a ridged, double-pile and is tiled in slate. There is no visible chimney.

The North side runs the length of Ropery street. The north wall has been rendered in concrete, and the wall has been braced with four square metal support ties. There is a fire exit near the west end of the building on Ropery street. The first floor has one sash window with  panes of varying size. The second floor has two small casement windows under the east roof ridge. There is also a larger sash window, under the west ridge.

Period 18th Century
( Mid 18th century )
Listed Status Grade II Listed
Historic England Links
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Mon, 17 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Built as a pair of dwellings with N-2


141 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1LX

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