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21 Bishopton Lane

This two storey building with white brick in English with mortar bonding to the front, facing onto Bishopton Lane, and its rear is earlier red brick in Flemish bond with mortar, recently re-pointed with cement in places. To the front the ground floor has a projecting front with a porch and entrance in-set. The windows on the ground floor comprise two narrow vertical sash windows either side of a  vertical sash with white brick pilasters dividing all. There is also a narrow pane within the porch entrance to the left of the entrance. The first floor has a single vertical sash window directly above the entrance and two modern double-glazed casement windows above the ground floor projected windows. All windows on the front have black-painted concrete sills and lintels. The front also has a tall and imposing white brick parapet/closed guttering with decorative pilasters. To the rear  on the ground floor there is one three-paned casement window covered with security mesh and a single entrance topped with a narrow window. The first floor has one vertical sash and one casement window, both of which appear double-lazed and modern. All windows and the entrance have brick voussoirs and black-painted concrete lintels. The roof is pantile gable with two rectangular chimney stacks, the higher of which has five pots. A small dark brick voussoir visible just above ground level indicates an in-filled basement window.

Period 19th Century
( Mid to late 19th century with late 19th century frontage )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Dwelling/House
( Dwelling )
Current Building Use Dwelling/House
Date of Survey Thu, 20 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Butts N/17 to the east and N/19 to the west.


21 Bishopton Lane Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1PS

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