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19 Bishopton Lane

This is a two storey building with white-painted render and a modern shop frontage on the ground floor to the front, facing onto Bishopton Lane, and the rear is brick in Flemish coursing with mortar bond. To the front the ground floor is currently shuttered but it is presumed that there is a single entrance in the centre with at least two large panes either side.

On the first floor has one small rectangular sash window and a bay window with one large pane and two vertical sash windows within a black-painted wood frame. The eaves are also black-painted and there is a small black wrought iron wall bracket to the bottom right of the small sash window.

To the rear on the ground floor there is a single entrance with a small window to the upper left-hand of the entrance and a large rectangular window all of which are boarded up. On the first floor there are two large rectangular casement windows.

All windows and the entrance, with the exception of the small window, have brick voussoirs and concrete sills. A patch of modern brick in-fill is visible just above ground level where a basement window and brick voussoir has been removed. The roof is pantile gable with a rectangular brick chimney stack in stretcher coursing with no pots.

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 Thu, 20 Sep 2012


19 Bishopton Lane Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1PS

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