Townscape Map

142 High Street

The rendered concrete three story building has a ridged roof, and contains a brick transverse chimney with one pot. There is one double entrance on the front. The shop is occupied by a chain bakery.

The ground floor has two single pane glass floor-to-ceiling windows, on either side of the door. The first floor has (from south to north) a window and a two window, possibly casement. The second floor has two casement windows and a two windows.

These windows are off line from the first floor. There are two decorative courses, one above the first floor windows and the other below the second floor windows. The south side of the building follows the length of Ropery Street. It is also rendered in concrete. The rear of the building appears to have a ridged east front roof. The only window is a first floor, a sash window, with frosted glass. There are empty billboard hooks visible on the south wall. There are no visible doors.

Period 18th Century
( 18th century? )
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area No
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Date of Survey Mon, 17 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Roof shape and building shape seems similar to N-3, and therefore possibly contemporary (18th c).


142 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1LX

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