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161-162 High Street

This building is a rendered concrete structure. The roof is slate, with a ridged, double-pile profile. There is a brick, transverse chimney on the south edge with three pots and a north chimney with no pot. There is one double entrance, in the centre.

The Ground floor has three large floor-to-ceiling plate glass windows, then the door, then two of the same on the other side. These are trimmed with modern, masonite tiling. The first floor has four sash windows, with concrete lintels, and the pattern of windows is repeated on the second floor. There is also decorative “toothing” under the gutter. The north wall (facing Smith Street) has a large billboard on the upper stories. There are also two small windows west of the billboard along the wall. These are offset, but roughly at first floor height. The easternmost of these is a fanned, six panel window, and the westernmost is a smaller sash window.

Period 19th Century
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
Current Building Use Shop
Date of Survey Tue, 18 Sep 2012


161 - 162 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1PL

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